Final Project Overview and Timeline
Final Project Overview
Throughout this course, you must design and develop a Web site about your profession, hobbies, or interests in Microsoft® Notepad or Adobe® Dreamweaver® Code View using HTML code. The Web site must consist of four to five Web pages of your choice. Your site must demonstrate the following characteristics: • Effective file management
• Accurate and functional markup code
• Effective and functional navigation
• Effective application of design elements
Final Project Timeline
Budget your time wisely and work on your project throughout the course. As outlined below, some assignments in the course are designed to assist you in creating your final project. If you complete your course activities and use the feedback provided by the instructor, you will be on the right track to successfully complete your project.
□ Suggested in Week Two: Project Proposal
Decide on your Web site’s topic or theme for your final project. Consider using the Project Proposal you created in IT/236: Web Design I as your working document. Submit the following:
• The site’s purpose: A short paragraph to describe what you want the Web site to accomplish • The site’s target audience: Briefly describe for whom your Web site is intended. You may use bullet points to describe your target audience. • The site’s message: The message is not a detailed description of all the content of the site; instead, it is the overriding theme or message of the site, such as a slogan or motto. You may include a bullet list of what you want the site to communicate to the target audience.
□ Suggested in Week Three: Home Page
Using Microsoft® Notepad or the Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®, hand code a basic Web page describing your profession, hobbies, or interests. This page will become the home page of your Web site. Save this home page as “index.html” to your IT237-Name folder on the...