Rutgers Business School

Web Design (29:623:321)
In this Seminar-Workshop we survey the multiplicity of skills brought into play when a web project is undertaken. It is for undergraduate business students and requires no prior web design knowledge. It does, however, assume familiarity with the use of the personal computer, with word processing, and with web-surfing. We explore concepts pertaining to hardware and software, networking & Web protocols, techniques & methodologies of graphic design & text editing as well as the technical, artistic, ethical, legal, ergonomic, and economic implications of publishing material and conducting transactions on the web. Individually and in teams, students design and prototype a series of website projects which are presented, analyzed, & critiqued in the classroom.

Dept of Management Sci & Info Sys

Spring 2009

Links & News

  Old-school programming techniques you probably don't miss 4/29/09 U.S. Steps Up Effort on Digital Defenses 4/28/09 -- the NYT
Insites     IE8 Launched Quietly, 3/20/09 Microsoft patches 'insane' number of bugs 4/14/09

Conficker mobilizes scareware 4/ 9/2009

Researchers turn Conficker against itself 4/22/09
Blackboard  Tired of waiting for Windows to boot?  3/20/09 Future shock: The PC of 2019, March 16, 2009


Facebook is taking over our lives, March 11, 2009

Hack attack infects 500,000 pages, April 25, 2008

The best new Internet hoaxes, February 14, 2008

Marc Andreessen's newspaper deathwatch  3/4/2008

MSIS Dept  One Computer to Run the Internet !!!, Feb 8, 2008 ...67.1m-core computer for the Internet, Feb 5, 2008

Simulation Exercises  |  For programming exercises, log into Blackboard

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