Want to be as cool – and potentially rich - as the cast of the BBC's 'Attachments'? MacUniversity is offering Macworld Online readers 50% off the course fees for its respected Web-Design Foundation Immersion Tank.
The course - which guides ten Mac-literate wannabe Web designers through planning and producing a real Web-site project for a real client – starts next Monday (November 13) and runs until Friday November 24.
The Immersion Tank totally immerses the students in Web design.
Over 10 working days a small team takes on a real Web design project. From the initial briefing with an invited client through to publishing the site, the course is set up to provide the essential skills, experience and conceptual tools necessary for a career in Web design.

Macromedia based Learning applications such as Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Flash, as well as the Web-ready aspects of Adobe Illustrator and QuarkXPress, Immersion Tank students work trough each stage of the design production cycle. This includes information architecture; planning site structure; interface design; site production; Web animation; technical engineering; and, publishing and marketing.

The course is led by a creative director, and technical lead, and is supported by visiting lecturers.

MacUniversity's Web-Design Foundation Immersion Tank lasts for 10 working days, and normally costs £2,500 (excluding VAT). MacUniversity is now offering the course (starting next Monday) for just £1,250. Interested Macworld Online readers should contact Bisi Lawal on 020 7582 3702.

MacUniversity has provided learning events for educational bodies, such as The Glasgow School of Art, Manchester University, London School of Economics, University of East Anglia and Surrey Institute of Art & Design. It has also provided training courses and seminars in conjunction with The Chartered Society of Designers, The Guardian newspaper and Design Council.