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CIS 211: Winter Quarter 2000

This site was designed and implemented through the work of students in North Seattle Community College's CIS 211 Class - part of the North Seattle's Webmaster program. For information about the CIS 211 Web Site Design class, contact Brian Bansenauer.

Students used Photo Shop to create web page comps as well as graphics for the Web. The course content required the students to use HTML to create web pages. The Web composer software Dreamweaver was also available for creating web pages. Students learned the techniques of image mapping, rollovers, cascading style sheets, tables and frames.


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Alexis has been in the service industry for the last 16 years. She has a degree in photography from the California College of Arts and Crafts, but somewhere along the way, discovered coding. E-mail her here and she'll tell you all about her cats while you discuss your web page project together!


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After a 23-year career in Information Technology. Carol 'retired' and enrolled in NSCC's Web Master Program. When she completes the program this Spring she hopes to develop Web Pages and telecommute. Her portfolio can be found at You can reach her at


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After being laid off from the Boeing Company, Christina enrolled in the web master program at NSCC. She is participating in the Boeing Out Reach Project which helps re-educate dislocated workers. You can reach her at

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Joanne is currently a student in the Web Master program at NSCC. Joanne has a background in graphics design and advertising. She worked as an accountant in the corporate world as well as being a co-owner of a retail clothing/sporting good store for 5 years. Click on the link to the left to view her on-line portfolio or you can reach her by e-mail.