Web Design: Steps of Design

By Sandra Bermond

It is undeniable that our world is run by technology, and this includes the way we create and cultivate relationships with shops, services and anything else that may interest us. In a lot of cases that contact is done through a website.
In this class, we will talk about the differences between User Experience and User Interface, before looking at every step one must take in order to create a successful website. Finally, following those steps, we will all start designing a simple website (a blog or portfolio).

Topic: How to Design a Website: Steps of Design
Time: Apr 10, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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About Course


  • What is Web Design?
  • An Objective Subjectivity (Websites Review)
  • Establishing Users Needs
  • Organizing Content
  • Wireframing
  • Gathering Content
  • Stylescapes Prototyping


  • Understand the importance of design in websites.
  • Know the different steps of the web design process.
  • Be able to carry out a sound analysis of a user's needs.
  • Know how to create and display a site map.
  • Know where and how to get content for a website.


No tools are required. Bring a laptop or a notepad to take notes if you like.



Sandra Bermond

Hello, I'm Sandra. I am a program manager here at the Innovation Co-Lab, where I organize, manage and teach in our Roots program among other things. You may see me sitting around the studio (TEC) or find me at various tabling events on campus. I am also a big design enthusiast, specifically but not limited to graphic design, web design (UI/UX), and some sporadic furniture design.


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