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The Interactive Digital Media program within the Department of Electronic and Photographic Media in the School of Communications prepares student to begin a career as designers and developers of all forms of non-linear media. Our coursework focuses on visual design, planning, prototyping, programming and digital storytelling to build responsive web sites, apps and interactive installations. Webster University offers small classes, up-to-date technology, professors as practitioners and opportunities to study around the globe.

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Exciting 1 Credit Courses for Spring 2016

Check out these exciting 1 credit courses running this spring (2016). Each of the 1-credit courses will meet on a Friday evening from 5:30 – 9:20 PM and on Saturday 9-5 PM. These courses are all listed under the INTM 3150 prefix. INTM 3150.02 Web Development with WordPress Friday 1/8/16 5:30pm – 9:20pm Saturday 1/9/16 […]

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Envisioning Information: Military Girlfriend Understands

military-girlfriend-understandsObjective:  to keep a detailed diary for 72 hours of all digital communication. This includes cell use, texting, email, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, online gaming, etc and visualize this data in the form of a poster revealing interesting, multivariate information.

Project submitted by: Jelisa Embry

Project title: Military Girlfriend Understands

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