Welcome to COMP112, Semester 1 2020


Note: Details below may be subject to changes.

COMP112 provides an introduction to client-side Web technologies including HTML, CSS, and digital media. In COMP112 we will teach you how to create well-engineered Web sites, and you will build practical skills in the creation and manipulation of digital images.

All lectures are to be given by Dr Veronica Liesaputra.


  1. Introduction
  2. HTML I Basics
  3. HTML II Links
  4. Web Technologies
  5. HTML III Tables
  6. How Google works
  7. CSS I
  8. CSS II and CSS III
  9. Usability I
  10. Usability II
  11. Security
  12. Ethics
  13. Sound and Video
  14. Data Visualisation
  15. HTML IV Forms
  16. No lecture
  17. HTML and CSS
  18. Responsive Pages
  19. Accessibility
  20. Graphic formats
  21. How colour is represented
  22. Cameras and scanners
  23. JavaScript
  24. Server-side
  25. Review


  1. Introduction to OSX
  2. HTML I Introduction (1%)
  3. HTML II Links (1%)
  4. Publishing your Web Page (1%)
  5. HTML III Tables(1%)
  6. HTML IV Site Update (1%)
  7. CSS I (1%)
  8. CSS II Positioning (1%)
  9. CSS III Float(1%)
  10. Catch up
  11. CSS IV Chocolate Rough (1%)
  12. Make a Web Site I (1%) & Project Plan marking (6%)
  13. Make a Web Site II (2%)
  14. HTML V Forms I(1%)
  15. HTML VI Forms II(1%)
  16. Catch up
  17. Responsive Pages, Frameworks(1%)
  18. Accessibility Challenge (1%)
  19. Digital Painting I (1%)
  20. Digital Painting II (1%)
  21. Digital Drawing I (1%)
  22. Digital Drawing II (1%)
  23. Javascript (1%)
  24. Project Submission (12%)
  25. PHP (1%)
  26. Catch up

To take COMP112 you do not need to have any background in Web development or programming. You do need to have basic skills in using a computer such as, being able to create and edit text, and save files. If you have any queries about the course or would like more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.


The coursework pages for this paper are to be on Blackboard.

Teaching Schedule

There are two x 1 hour lectures per week (Monday at 15:00 CAST2, Wednesday at 15:00 BURN2). Every student will be streamed to two x two hour laboratory sessions per week where they will work through practical exercises. Typically a student should expect to be able to complete the laboratory sessions more or less within the two hour period - as long as they have done some preparation prior to attending the laboratory.


There are three components to the COMP112 assessment package:

  • Assessed labs are worth 1% or 2% each (Total of 22%).
  • A project mark-up plan is due in Week 6 (6%) and the project final submission is due in Week 12 (12%).
  • A final exam (worth 60%).

Teaching Team in 2020:

Veronica Liesaputra - Lecturer
Room 248 Owheo Building
479 3493

Nick Meek
Nick Meek - Professional Practice Fellow
Room G06 Owheo Building
479 7339

If you have any questions about lectures, lab work and lab marks, your lab streams, or the assessed project then Nick is the person you should talk to.