IMM 110 - Multimedia Graphics & Design

Course Description

This course provides an introduction to multimedia, the Internet, the multimedia design and development process, the principles of design, and an in-depth exploration of digital imaging. Students learn to utilize Adobe Photoshop to create and edit professional-looking graphics for use in multimedia and web applications. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Define multimedia and identify its components. Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of the Internet. Examine the ADDIE model for developing effective multimedia programs and web sites. Identify the lates multimedia/Internet hardware and software requirements.Determine how and where multimedia and Internet technologies are used in society. Use digital technologies to capture images. Apply the principles of design such as color and layout. Use Adobe Photoshop to retouch images and create graphics for incorporation into a multimedia program. Demonstrate the use of Photoshop tools such as panels, selection and painting tools, filters, opacity and layer style settings, and blending modes. Demonstrate the ability to use Photoshop to create graphics for use in multimedia and Web applications.

Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3


Course Prerequisites: DPR 100 or DPR 108