Web design is an exciting field that’s constantly evolving and presenting new challenges to designers. If you thumb through the pages of Smashing Magazine, Creative Bloq, or any other news site for interactive designers, you’ll see a slew of exciting web design trends for 2018 – more ways to use animation, flat color, creative layout, web type, dynamic email features, and new prototyping tools to architect and design engaging online experiences for mobile and desktop users.
To prepare students for a creative field in perpetual flux, we’re excited to announce some important updates to our suite online Web design programs effective April 30th, 2018. Working with Web Design Department Head Piper Nilsson, the school’s Academic team conducted a program review for all Web Design programs.
- Associate Degree in Web Design
- Undergraduate Certificate in Web Design
- Professional Certificate in Web Design
What’s more, the program will keep evolving. Further program updates are in the wings as our faculty look to provide deeper training in topics like prototyping and UX/UI design. According to tech industry experts, Moore’s law (the IBM scientist’s idea that compute end to double their capacity every two years) will continue through at least 2025. Growth in computing capacity and bandwidth will continue to drive innovations for designers. Many creatives will hop on for the ride!