Web & UX Design

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Program ContactAlison Consol
Email Address[email protected]
Degrees & Pathways
  • AAS - Associate in Applied Science
  • Certificates
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About The Program

The Web & UX Design program prepares learners to plan, design, develop and maintain professional, high-quality responsive websites, create digital media and integrate web technologies to support an organization’s needs. Students will learn the foundations of UX design, including empathizing with users, building wireframes and prototypes and conducting research to test designs. Graduates will be proficient in HTML, CSS, web design, prototyping, JavaScript, UI/UX, web analytics, social media and internet marketing.

Graduates will be able to support the web design and user experience needs of businesses and organizations in a variety of industries. Potential occupations include web designer, UX designer, user experience specialist, front-end developer, web analyst, SEO analyst, web content specialist, web support specialist, social/digital media marketing specialist and freelance web designer.

In the Web & UX Design program, students are exposed to the latest in technologies and applications used in the industry, including the following: 

  • HTML5/CSS3
  • Web design principles
  • Responsive design (RWD)
  • UI/UX (User Interface/User Experience)
  • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, After Effects and Premiere
  • Figma
  • WordPress
  • Javascript
  • Internet marketing
  • Web analytics
  • Social media marketing
  • Database fundamentals
  • Git/GitHub

The Web & UX Design degree and all related certificates can be completed 100% online. Limited introductory courses are also offered in a seated format at Southern Wake Campus and Scott Northern Wake Campus.

Program Contact: Alison Consol
Email Address: [email protected]
Office Phone: 919-866-5393