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Tutor profile: Michael B.

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Michael B.
Instructor for Graphic Arts and animation using Adobe products for 10 years.
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Subject: Web Development

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What is the difference between Web Development and Web Design?

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Web Development is where the web page(s) are planned out, the information is gathered, and the Web Site Creative Brief is created to answer all of the questions of what a web page will entail.

Subject: Web Design

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When starting the webpage layout, there are three main sections to the page. What are they and what goes in each section?

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When creating a Web Page, the three sections are Head, Body, and Footer. They are as follows: Head: This section holds the information for the page that will allow the search engine to find it and display it properly. Body: The Body holds all of the coding that makes up the page. It is where the HTML and CSS are tied together so the page looks the way you want it too. Footer: In the footer, the information is what creates the footer of the page (examples: Copyright, designer/company, and links.

Subject: Computer Graphics

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When creating graphics on a computer, there are two different color techniques that much be taken into account. What are they and how is each used?

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When creating graphics on the computer, the two different color schemes are Red, Green, Blue (RGB) and Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (CMY(K)). The different uses are RGB for anything that will be seen on the screen and CMYK is for anything that will be printed out.

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