Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of Humanities and Fine Arts
With the expansion of the internet, those with the computer know-how at the beginning did not have the design knowledge. This sparked a whole lot of poor design. Inversely, designers did not know the computer language to get quality designed sites onto the web. Companies then started using both to work together. Now software is available for designers to produce web sites without knowing the language. The software gives them the ability to design a site using similar tools they are familiar with. The struggle has subsided some with more and more people realizing their limitations with computers. This realization has forced them to solicit designers or advice from experts on what makes good design.
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