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What Does "Good" Website Design Look Like?


This blended learning unit outline is part of a semester course on Introductory Web Design. In this unit, students will learn about the design elements that go into creating a "good" website. They will be introduce to a variety of topics, including color use and layout as well as function and accessibility. They will then apply that information to a poorly designed website that currently exists on the Internet. Activity suggestion for advanced learners have been included.

Learning Targets: 
Identify the elements of good website design
Recognize elements of a website's design that need improvement
Demonstrate an understanding of how color and layout affect a website user's experience
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