From websites to mobile phone apps & portals, to attractive product packaging, the work of a graphic designer is seen everywhere. But a good design also requires a strong backbone of programming & development. This is the job of a developer.
The graphic & web design industry is expected to grow to Rs. 45,470 crores by 2017*. This growth will lead to an increase in the number of jobs and high demand for trained and skilled graphic designers, web designers, and developers. You can be one of these in-demand professionals. Learn to design & develop creative graphics for websites, digital ads, and print & publishing with Arena’s Graphics, Web Design & Development (GWDD) program.
Web Analytics: Today, every website wants to be in the top 10 search results on all the leading search engines. Learn to analyze statistics about a website’s traffic along with visitors’ behaviour. For eg. Google analytics, Click analytics, Customer lifecycle analytics, On-site web analytics & more
Search Engine Optimization (SEO): To be one of the top search results, you have to use specific keywords and content relevant to your product. Learn the process of getting traffic for websites with the use of content, HTML & associated coding.
Web Content Management: A good system for content management is the backbone of any website. Software like CMS control web materials & enhance SEO of the website Learn how to publish, edit & modify content as well as maintain websites from a central interface.
|Design & Visualization Fundamentals||-|
|Graphics & Illustration Fundamentals||-|
|Layout Design||Adobe Photoshop Extended|
|Essentials of Web Designing||-|
|llustrations for Web||Adobe Illustrator|
|Web Animation & Interactivity||Adobe Flash Professional ActionScript|
|Designing for Web using Markup Language and|
|HTML and CSS|
|Design & Development using Programming|
|Web Content Management||Drupal|
|Search Engine Optimization||-|
|Web Design & Development portfolio||-|
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