|This lab assignment "Planning Web
Project" may be hand written and sketched.
With any large project, planning is important. Therefore, some preliminary planning is necessary before starting your final project.
Web design tips for the beginner.
The subject and content of your web site is of your choosing. Please use good taste and judgment. You will be showing your finished web project to the rest of the class. Suggestions for a subject are a hobbies, sports, activities, businesses (real or made up), clubs, etc. A topic not allowed is game playing/role playing. I have seen too many sites in the past on that topic. I would like students to expand their horizons and discuss their other interests.
Preview the Web Project Final assignment so that you can see what it is you are working towards.
You will be turning in at least 5 pages of sketches (one for each page). Each page must consist of a sheet of 8 1/2" X 11" paper (or larger). Small sketches on a single sheet of paper will not be allowed. More pages are allowable.
To navigate from one page to another, you will need links. It looks professional if the links are in a vertical or horizontal arrangement. Most web sites place the links in the same general area of each page so that it is easy for the end user to figure out the navigation structure of your site.
All the pages in the site should have the same basic "look and feel" so that the site looks whole, complete, and professional. Same "look and feel" means that in general, fonts, colors, layouts, etc, look similar and contiguous between all the pages on the site.
For each individual page that comprises the web site:
Turning in your assignment:
Sample student sketches from the past year.
Your instructor will go over your turned in
assignment in class to make suggestions and improvements.
Sample student web projects from the past year.