Modular Teaching Didactic Foundations To Responsive Web Design And User Experience Design
The article discusses a model of modular adaptive learning that combines the principles of computer pedagogy and frontal form of teaching the basics of user interaction design and web design through a two-dimensional layout technique in cascading style sheets. The value of the spatial-oriented approach to the formalization of the results of the design of spatial interfaces is substantiated. Much attention is paid to creating a holistic image of the perception of the processing of created and programmed blocks and containers. The author's methodology for creating semantic blocks of web pages in adaptive design and didactics of integrated learning to bring information to the basis of the semantic web are presented. The proposed teaching methodology must present a criterion for the presence of coherence and semantic significance, calculated experimentally or based on a large number of metrics worked out on the HTML attribute-tag system. The visually-oriented approach plays an important role in Scratch solutions used in device programming.
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