Web Design 1 | Assignments

Summary

Num Title Due Kind Max Pts Weight
18 Info Poster Jun 23 HW 5 5
17 Information Hierarchy Jun 3 HW 5 5
16 WordPress First Site May 20 HW 8 + 4 EC 5
15 WordPress Startup May 13 CL 5 5
14 Multi-page Site Apr 29 HW 70 + 10 EC 10
13 Cool Web Games Apr 7 HW 5 5
12 Blog Page w/ Style Sheet Mar 31 HW 5 5
11 Blog Page Mar 28 HW 5 5
10 CSS Conversion Mar 21 HW 5 5
09 Styles Worksheet Mar 15 CL 5 5
08 WikiLeaks Mar 11 HW 4 5
07 Promo Page Mar 7 HW 34 + 3 EC 5
06 Journal Check Feb 28 CL 2 3
05 Personal Web Page Feb 18 HW 20 + 2 EC 5
04 Website Evaluation Feb 11 HW 8 5
03 Internet Search Feb 08 CL 4 5
02 Website Survey Feb 04 HW 20 5
01 Day 1 Questions Feb 01 CL 2 3
00 Student Info Survey Feb 01 CL 1 1

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Assignment 18: Info Poster

For this final assignment of the course, each student will create a poster on a topic related to technology, the web/internet, or computer science.

We’ll do this for the final exam period, but it will be the equivalent of another normal assignment as far as your grade is concerned. I hope it will be fun as well as informative. You will be applying your knowledge of information hierarchies that we have discussed in the last two assignments to this project.

Your poster should visually illustrate a topic in one of the areas mentioned above. It can be about a principle (such as cloud computing), an important person in the field (such as Steve Jobs), or an organization (like the MIT Media Lab).

You should use a lot of visual material as well as text to explain the topic on a poster. Here are some possible topics, but if you have another idea, just check with me first.

  1. Technology
    • Personal Computing
    • User Interfaces
    • Gestural Interfaces
    • Computer Gaming
    • Robotics
    • Ubiquitous Computing
    • Moore’s Law
    • Cloud Computing
    • MIT Media Lab
    • TED Conference
    • Steve Jobs
    • Bill Gates
    • Vannevar Bush
    • Doug Englebart
    • Watson/Jeopardy
  2. Internet/Web
    • Tim Berners-Lee
    • Larry Page / Sergey Brin
    • Mark Andreeson
    • Ted Nelson
    • Marissa Mayer
    • HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
    • Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)
    • Content Management Systems (CMS)
    • ARPANet
    • ICANN
    • The Victorian Internet
    • Search Engines
  3. Computer Science
    • Alan Turing
    • Donald Knuth
    • Grace Hopper
    • Lady Ada Lovelace
    • ENIAC
    • Algorithms
    • Programming Languages
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Operating Systems

The first thing to do is decide on a topic for your poster and do some basic research on the content you’ll include on it. Then determine the information hierarchy (reads) you will use to communicate this information. Fill in this worksheet to summarize the project — Poster Project Summary. Save and print out the worksheet and turn it in.

Then go ahead and make the actual poster. You can do this in analog form, with markers, illustrations, printed out images, etc., on poster board. Or you can do it digitally, using Word, PowerPoint, or any software you know. If you do it digitally, print it out and submit it in the course dropbox so I can get it printed on large posters later.

In either case, I’ll use these posters in my classroom next year, so thanks!

GRADING (Homework)
Summary document 1 pts
Poster submittted 4 pts
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Thursday, June 23 in class.


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Assignment 17: Information Hierarchy

The purpose of this assignment is to reinforce your understanding of the concept of information hierarchy, which Professor Gould spoke about in her talk when she visited us. She described the idea of a visual hierarchy of information in graphic design.

This information hierarchy refers to the importance in communicating the message, or purpose, of the design to the intended audience. She said that every graphic design should have clearly defined “reads,” or components of a message. These components are seen by a viewer as first, second, and third reads. You can think of them as the first, second, and third things that catch your eye when you look at an ad, poster, sign, page, etc.

In addition, there are three main tools that a graphic designer has to shape the information hierarchy: size, color, and placement.

For this assignment, you will be analyzing an array of ads to gain an understanding of how various designers construct their information hierarchies.

For at least 25 of the images that people have brought in or I have supplied, fill in the table on this worksheet — Information Hierarchy. Save and print out the worksheet and turn it in.

GRADING (Homework)
25 ads analyzed 5 pts
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Friday, June 3 in class.


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Assignment 16: WordPress First Site

This assignment is to ensure that you can use the basic WordPress functions to create a straightforward website. It should also illustrate the power of a Content Management System in allowing you to create a far more sophisticated and polished website than you could in an equivalent amount of time hand-coding in HTML and CSS.

Your task is simply to replicate your multi-page site of Assignment 14 in WordPress. You should have at least four pages with the same (or hopefully more) content and a matching navigation bar with WordPress menus.

You should also be sure to remove all extraneous and default pages and posts that WordPress gave you on your new site. And cleanup any unnecessary or irrelevant widgets from the sidebars in your theme.

You are encouraged to extend your site from Assignment 14 with new features and content. Even better would be to create something completely new from scratch. Use this as a way to really explore WordPress and get familiar with its myriad capabilities.

Your site should meet the following requirements:

  1. Minimum of four pages with non-trivial content on each
  2. Correct matching menu for a navigation bar
  3. Extraneous default pages, posts, and widgets removed
  4. At least two appropriate widgets in sidebars

Extra credit will be given for exceeding these minimum requirements.

GRADING (Homework)
Four pages with non-trivial content on each 2 pts
Correct matching menu as navigation bar 2 pts
Extraneous default pages, posts, and widgets removed 2 pts
Two appropriate widgets in sidebars 2 pts
Additional content and features (Extra Credit) 4 pts
TOTAL 8 pts (+ 4 EC)

DUE: Friday, May 20 online.


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Assignment 15: WordPress Startup

This assignment is just a quick exercise to verify that you have set up your WordPress site and have logged in as an admin user and made some changes to the site.

Make sure you have done these steps:

  1. Create your WordPress site and activated your account. Do this at wordpress.com by creating a new blog, and then activating it from the email you receive as a result of that.
  2. Register your URL in my online database: WD1 WordPress Account.
  3. Login on your site at YOURSITE.wordpress.com/wp-admin/ and change the theme. Also create at least one new page and add it to the menu.

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Here is a quick reference for how to do the basic tasks mentioned above in WordPress.

The next assignment will be to begin on a final project using this site.

GRADING (Classwork)
Site exists, URL is registered, and you have modified the theme, pages and menus 5 pts
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Friday, May 13 online.


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Assignment 14: Multi-page Site

We are now ready to move on from single page sites to more complex ones with multiple pages. There are a number of new concepts involved in doing this. You won’t have to learn much new HTML or CSS, but you will be putting what you know into practice in a more comprehensive way.

The new aspects of web design you’ll explore are:

  1. Information architecture: designing the structure of a website, not just a page.
  2. Navigation bars: creating a set of links to navigate among multiple pages of a site.
  3. External style sheets: consolidating your CSS for a multi-page site in one place.

We will tackle these goals incrementally, so not everything has to be done all at once.

For this assignment, you will create a multi-page website, one with at least four pages. You have a lot of freedom in what to design, as long as you follow the requirements listed below. Here are some choices, or you can make up your own, as long as you get my approval first:

  • A personal site, all about you (or another person)
  • An information site for a school club, team, group, or course
  • A site for a small business or commercial activity
  • A simple interactive game site, perhaps to create a treasure hunt

Whatever your choice, your site must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Create an information architecture summary document for the site
  • Create a site with at least four pages
  • Have a functioning navigation bar to move between all of the pages in the site
  • Use CSS to style the look of the page, including the navigation bar
  • Use one external style sheet for all page files
  • Include a non-trivial amount of content on each page

I have made a sample site, with four pages, that you can use as template, or you can create your own from scratch.

You can get this folder on the Collaborate drive, in the “Read Only” section, here:
W:Collaborate\Staff_Student\ahdavidson\Read Only\Web Design\Assignment 14 Davidson

This is not a link; you have to go there from My Computer. Or you can find a compressed .zip folder at this link (Assignment 14 Davidson) if you are not logged in to an SPS computer.

Copy the folder to your own account, and then change the name from “Davidson” to yours, and edit the files in that folder.

For the project documentation, including a short site description, information architecture chart, and page inventory, download this Project Summary template, copy it to your account, and edit the items in red (change them to black!) with the information relevant to your site. Print that out and turn it in on paper. (You can also find this template in the example folder mentioned above.)

Here are some other resources that may be helpful to you:

  • Making a Navbar: slides explaining step-by-step how to create a navbar using CSS
  • Navbar CSS: a cheat sheet for the CSS example to create a navbar
GRADING (Homework)
Concept and Documentation

  1. Site topic appropriate and approved (5 pts)
  2. Project Summary document complete (5 pts)
10 pts
Design and Functionality

  1. At least 4 pages implemented (4 pts)
  2. Navbar functions correctly (4 pts)
  3. Reasonable content on each page (4 pts)
  4. Design esthetics (4 pts)
  5. Content organization (4 pts)
  6. Use of embedded media (photos, video, gallery, etc.) (4 pts)
  7. Good information design & presentation (4 pts)
  8. Good writing style for textual content (2 pts)
30 pts
Technology and Coding

  1. Home page = ‘index.html’ (2 pts)
  2. Submission packaged correctly (2 pts)
  3. Use of external style sheet (4 pts)
  4. Separation of form and content (4 pts)
  5. Use of CSS for styling (4 pts)
  6. Correct use of HTML elements (4 pts)
  7. Correct use of CSS elements (4 pts)
  8. Good formatting of code (indentation, spacing, etc.) (4 pts)
  9. Good structuring of code (2 pts)
30 pts
Beyond Requirements (Extra Credit)

  1. Adventurous use of HTML/CSS (5 pts)
  2. Extra features implemented (5 pts)
10 pts
TOTAL 70 pts (+ 10 EC)

DUE: Friday, April 29 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 13: Cool Web Games

This assignment will give you practice using CSS styles and internal style sheets to create a more complicated web page.

You have probably seen the website “Cool Math Games.” I’m just guessing here. You are going to make a page that looks like the home page of that site; let’s call it “Cool Web Games.”

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You page should look like this example. That is what you are designing and implementing. You should do all of your styling using only CSS and you should do it all using an internal style sheet.

This is a pretty complicated project, so I have given you a partially written HTML/CSS code file to start with. It has a some code that you need, but a lot of pieces are missing. You should start with that, and then make changes to it so that it looks like the sample. You are free to enhance or redesign it, but keep the same basic structure. Be creative; my example is very basic.

It’s going to take some study and careful looking at the code in order to figure out what to do. Don’t freak out. Divide the task into two parts — filling in the missing style (CSS) definitions, and then fill in the missing content (HTML) definitions.

I’ve also given you a folder full of images that I grabbed from coolmath-games.com. You should look at that site for ideas, and also to grab some of the text descriptions of the games. (If you prefer, you can use different content than those games, or make up your own; just stick to the page structure I’ve given you.)

You can get this folder on the Collaborate drive, in the “Read Only” section, here:
W:Collaborate\Staff_Student\ahdavidson\Read Only\Web Design\Assignment 13

This is not a link; you have to go there from My Computer. Copy the Assignment 13 folderto your own account, and then edit the file called “coolwebgames.html”.

GRADING (Homework)
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Thursday, April 7 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 12: Blog Page w/ Style Sheet

For this assignment, you only need to convert your previous blog page code, from Assignment 11, to use an internal style sheet for your CSS instead of all inline CSS.

Move all your CSS styles from the HTML tags to a style section in the head section of your page, as in the examples we went over in class.

GRADING (Homework)
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Thursday, March 31 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 11: Blog Page

The purpose of this assignment is for you to practice using the CSS you have learned so far, and especially to work with <div> tags and styling them and other HTML elements.

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For this assignment, you will create a simple but elegant blog page. You can follow this sample I made for a guide or just as inspiration. But really, you should experiment and be creative with your own blog page format. Of course, use your own content, writing about whatever you would like for your subject. The result should be nicely formatted, with good writing as well as design.

Your blog page should have the following features:

  • Title or banner area
  • At least three blog posts
  • Each post should have:
    • Date and time heading
    • Horizontal rule
    • One or more paragraphs of text
  • At least one image
  • At least one other HTML feature (list, table, etc.)
  • Only CSS styling, none in HTML
  • Use divs, margins, padding, colors, borders, colors, backgrounds
  • Use all standard HTML page structures (HTML, head, title, body, etc.
  • Use proper code syntax, indentation and formatting
GRADING (Homework)
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Monday, March 28 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 10: CSS Conversion

The purpose of this assignment is for you to begin to understand how to use CSS in your web pages. You will also get some practice in researching, on your won, how to use this new language. After this assignment, we will go back and examine CSS more thoroughly and formally.

For this assignment, you should return to your Promo Page that you did for Assignment 7. I would like you to convert this assignment to use only CSS commands instead of any other HTML attributes you had in your original.

You will have to find the CSS equivalents of all formatting attributes you applied to your HTML. Use this online reference — CSS Reference — for a complete list of all CSS style properties.

Your new Promo Page should at least exactly duplicate, but feel free to extend the designby using new CSS styles that you discover.

This assignment is meant to be exploratory and slightly uncomfortable, but don’t worry if that is the case. We’ll go back and get more structure after you finish it.

GRADING (Homework)
Original Promo Page duplicated 2 pts
All non-CSS styles eliminated 3 pts
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Tuesday, March 21 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 9: Styles Worksheet

The purpose of this assignment is for you to begin getting familiar with a new way of controlling the appearance of content that you put on a web page. This technique is called CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets. We’ll get into the idea behind it in the next few days.

But for now, let’s look at some examples. We’re going to use the technique of creating rectangular “box” areas on a page, and then vary their appearance. While this a very simple example, the technique is very powerful for creating more complicated page layouts.

I have made a sample page that demonstrates some of the basic CSS capabilities as applied to simple page elements. You can explore this demo at this page: <a title=”Using

tag pairs” href=”https://rooseveltcs.org/courses/web-design/using-div-div-tag-pairs/&#8221; target=”_blank”>Using <div>…</div> tag pairs. You should look at this carefully, and examine the HTML code that generated it to see how it works. (We did some of this in class.) A printer-friendly version of the HTML can be found here: divs.pdf.

To experiment with the actual HTML code, you can make a copy of the file divs.html, which can be found on the RHS server, in the Read-Only area of the Web Design area:

W:Collaborate\Staff_Student\ahdavidson\Read Only\Web Design\Assignment 9\divs.html

When you have explored this demo and the HTML code, fill in this worksheet, Styles Worksheet, print it out and turn it in.

GRADING (Classwork)
Style attributes list 1 pts
Style category/values list 2 pts
Summary questions 2 pts
TOTAL 5 pts

DUE: Tuesday, March 15 on paper in class.


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Assignment 8: WikiLeaks

Periodically in this course, we’ll take a break from the technical aspects of web design and explore some relevant issues in our world related to digital and online culture.

This week, I would like us to examine an issue that has been prominent in the news over the last year regarding the online publication of documents by an organization known as WikiLeaks.

Wikileaks, headed by an Australian named Julian Assange, has been very controversial because it has obtained and published many secret documents on its website. This “leaking” of information is considered illegal by some and a necessary process by others.

I would like you to read and research about this issue in order to start forming your own opinions. Start with this summary article in the NY Times: “WikiLeaks.” There are many other resources referenced on that page also.

In 1971, during the height of the Vietnam War, a researcher named Daniel Ellsberg leaked a set of secret military documents about the US involvement in the war, known as the “Pentagon Papers,” by publishing them in the NY Times. There are many parallels between the two leakings. Read this article from the Washington Post for a perspective on the parallels: “Is WikiLeaks the Pentagon Papers, Part 2?.”

While you are reading, or when you have digested the material, fill in this worksheet summarizing the pros and cons of the issue or leaking secret information: Debatable Issues. Then write a short paragraph stating your opinion about whether Wikileaks is right or wrong to publish this information. Give supporting reasons for your opinion. Print out both, saving copies, and turn them in. We will have a group discussion/debate in class on Friday about the issue.

GRADING (Homework)
Debate Issues worksheet 2 pts
Opinion statement 2 pts
TOTAL 4 pts

DUE: Friday, March 11 on paper in class.


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Assignment 7: Promo Page

The purpose of this assignment is to give you more practice using the basic HTML tags to structure content on a web page. You will expand your use of tag attributes to customize the appearance of your page. You will also work on good formatting of the HTML code itself.

Your task is to create a single web page that is a promotional flyer. The subject of the flyer is up to you to decide. Here are some suggestions from which you can choose, or you can propose something else if you have an idea of your own:

  • RHS club meeting announcement
  • RHS team sport announcement
  • RHS school event announcement
  • RHS club information page
  • RHS team information page
  • Public service announcement
  • Small business advertisement
  • Community organization flyer
  • Expanded personal page

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Here is a sample flyer I made for an imaginary new club at Roosevelt.

You can use this for inspiration, or as the subject of your assignment if you like. There is no need to create the greatest piece of marketing yet seen on the planet. You’re not competing with Apple!

Keep your concept simple for now, so that you can create it with the basic HTML we have learned. There will be time for crazy creativity in future assignments.

You are expected, however, to make use of the following HTML elements:

  • Body customization
  • Heading texts
  • Horizontal rules
  • Paragraphs and line breaks
  • Text formatting
  • Bullet lists
  • Tables
  • Images
  • Hyperlinks

Part of this assignment is also to practice good formatting of your HTML code. You should structure your code properly with head and body constructs, have all paired tags properly matched, and use clear indentation to illustrate the structure of your page elements. The grading rubric for the assignment includes points for these, as well as for the page appearance.

I have enhanced my example from the previous assignment with a lot more tags and attributes, and it demonstrates proper code formatting and indentation. You should study this for how to write yours. You can download this example from this link: Assignment 7 Davidson. And you can also download a formatted version of that HTML to analyze how the code works and use it in your project: Assignment 7 Formatted.

The site, including all images, must be packaged in a compressed file and submitted electronically, not on paper, in the course dropbox.

GRADING (Homework)
Page concept and content 2 pts
Page layout and design 2 pts
Use of required HTML constructs (2 pts each)

  1. Window title
  2. Body background
  3. Heading texts
  4. Paragraph texts
  5. Text formatting
  6. Horizontal rules
  7. Images
  8. Bullet list
  9. Table
  10. Hyperlink
20 pts
Proper HTML code structure (2 pts each)

  1. Page structure (html, head, title, body)
  2. Paired tags closed properly
  3. Correct single tag usage
  4. Tag attributes specified correctly
  5. Clear indentation for tags
10 pts
Use of additional HTML constructs (Extra Credit) 3 pts
TOTAL 34 pts (+ 3 EC)

DUE: Monday, March 7 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 6: Journal Check

This is just a check that you have been keeping notes and required entries up to date in your course journal or notebook.

GRADING (Classwork)
Journal entries made 2 pts
TOTAL 2 pts

DUE: Monday, February 28 check in class.


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Assignment 5: Personal Web Page

To put into practice the basic HTML that we have covered, you are to create a complete web page that is a personal information summary.

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This web page should be a kind of simplified resume, with basic contact information, a personal statement, at least one image, and other text that uses basic HTML tags to format the page. For your personal statement, I would like you to write a short essay about where you see yourself on your 21st birthday. Not literally, but what you want to be doing by then, or what you can say about your career or goals in life (as much as you can, from now). At left is a sample, very basic, version I created for myself. You can use this as a template, incorporating your own information instead, of course, if you like. But you are free to design this page however you like, and I encourage you to be creative. You do need to incorporate all of the following kinds of HTML constructs in your page, however, in order to get practice using them:

  • Window title
  • Multiple text heading levels
  • Horizontal rules
  • Bold and italic text formats
  • At least one image
  • Bullet list of items
  • Table with multiple rows
  • A hyperlink to an external page

If you need help getting started, you can download and use my solution as a template for your HTML file, although it would be better if you created your own file from scratch. If you need the template, you can download a compressed file containing my page from this link: Assignment 5 Davidson.

The site, including all images, must be packaged in a compressed file and submitted electronically, not on paper, in the course dropbox.

GRADING (Homework)
Page contents (matches sample – name, contact info, personal statement, image, schedule) 2 pts
Page layout (reasonably matches sample) 2 pts
Use of required HTML constructs (2 pts each)

  1. Window title
  2. Headings
  3. Horizontal rules
  4. Font formats
  5. Image
  6. Bullet list
  7. Table
  8. Hyperlink
16 pts
Use of additional HTML constructs (Extra Credit) 2 pts
TOTAL 20 pts (+ 2 EC)

DUE: Friday, February 18 in the course dropbox.


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Assignment 4: Website Evaluation

Now that we have developed a consolidated rubric for critical evaluation of websites, I would like you to practice using it. Amazingly, both sections of Web Design this semester came up with exactly the same categories (with only a few different word choices), and even more astonishing, these were EXACTLY the same six categories as both sections last semester arrived at. So, here is a summary sheet, for your reference: Rider Website Rubric. Examine two websites, giving them a very critical evaluation. For one evaluation, use the site cheese.com. For the second, choose one of the sites that you put on your list of five “bad” websites. Be very critical, especially of cheese.com, because that one was designed to provoke criticism! The second part of your assignment is, for each site and criterion that you thought was less than a 5, make some specific recommendations for how to improve that site, as if you had been hired to redesign it. Download this Website Evaluation Worksheet, save a copy, and use it fill in your evaluations. Print it out to submit it in class as usual.

GRADING (Homework)
Website ratings 2 pts for each site = 4 pts
Improvement recommendations 2 pts for each site = 4 pts
TOTAL 8 pts

DUE: Friday, February 11 on paper in class.


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Assignment 3: Internet Search

For a quick review of what we discussed on Friday about how internet search works, please answer the following questions, writing your answers out on paper or in a text document and print that out. You may use internet searches, a classmate, or me to find the answers if you don’t know or remember.

  1. Based on what you understand of how internet search works , draw a sketch (in schematic, not metaphorical, form) of what happens when you send a query to Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any large search engine.
  2. Explain the following terms, in relation to the internet:
    • server
    • server farm
    • database
    • index
    • spider
    • web crawler
GRADING (Classwork)
Internet schematic sketch 2 pt
Search related definitions 2 pt
TOTAL 4 pts

DUE: Tuesday, February 8 on paper in class.


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Assignment 2: Website Survey

In order to design effective websites, you must be familiar with the current state of the art. To do that, I would like you to spend some time online researching websites and making a critical analysis of them. Choose one of the following categories (or propose another):

  • Entertainment
  • Education
  • Information
  • Commerce
  • Social Media
  • Government
  • Personal

Thoroughly explore at least twenty websites you can find in that category. Keep notes in your journal on each site you visit, documenting what you find and why you think that site is good or bad. Support your opinion with concrete observations. When you have finished that survey, identify five sites that you think are really good examples of web design, and five that are really bad. Write a short report summarizing your findings. Your report must include the following information:

  • Your name and class period
  • Site category
  • List of five good sites, with the following for each:
    1. Site name
    2. Site URL
    3. Summary of your analysis (why is it good?)
    4. Reasons supporting this opinion
  • List of five bad sites, with the following for each:
    1. Site name
    2. Site URL
    3. Summary of your analysis (why is it bad?)
    4. Reasons supporting this opinion

Create a Word document (using tables would be a good idea), print it out, and turn it in. The purpose of this assignment is two-fold:

  1. To give you some practice in critical evaluation of websites.
  2. To give me an idea of what websites you find interesting, useful, and well-designed, as well as the opposite.
GRADING (Homework)
Five good websites cited and analyzed 2 pts each
Five bad websites cited and analyzed 2 pts each
TOTAL 20 pts

DUE: Friday, February 4 on paper in class.


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Assignment 1: Day 1 Questions

Please turn in the sheet with your answers to the two questions from Day 1:

  • Why did you take this course? What do you hope to gain from it?
  • What is your definition of web design? What do you think the field covers?
GRADING (Classwork)
Each question answered 1 pt each
TOTAL 2 pts

DUE: Tuesday, February 1 in class.


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Assignment 0: Student Info Survey

Please fill out an online survey with some information about yourself for me. You can find a link to the survey in the menu above on this site: Info | Student Info Survey.

GRADING (Classwork)
Survey completed 1 pt

DUE: Tuesday, February 1 online.