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  • Mark-up Languages
  • Multimedia for the Web
This module explores the role of mark-up languages in the information environment; the difference between the logical structure and the appearance of documents; the study of HTML and CSS; the building of websites and basic information architecture.
  • Advanced Markup Languages (1)
  • Multimedia and hypermedia theory
  • Advanced Markup Languages (2)
This module investigates XML and its related technologies (such as XSLT, XPath, XSL-FO, DTD, XML Schema, and namespaces) as a vital part of the web development process.
  • Multimedia Project
  • Human-computer Interaction
  • Trends in Multimedia
The module enables students to combine all their knowledge gained throughout their studies to create a functional game. The course consists of extensive game design theory teaching. The students create a game by following an iterative design process, extensive documentation and in depth play testing and usability testing. The final product is a creative, innovative and complete game.

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