Students will create a website using Dreamweaver. This site can be for any client that the student chooses. If you are having trouble thinking of a client you might choose your favorite band, sports team, actor, or celebrity and create a website for them or you may choose one of the past FBLA Website Design topics
This assignment is worth 60 points (32 points for the Design Folder and 28 points for the Website).
When you have completed your site upload your root folder to Google Drive and link it to the assignment in Google Classroom
Link your Design Folder to the assignment.
The site needs to include the following requirements:
- At least three pages with images and text created using Dreamweaver CS6
- Use the images and text to communicate information to the users about the client.
- All images should have alternate text.
- Links from one page to another so that there is consistent navigation between pages.
- At least one link to a page that is not part of your website through the web.
- Use of text and background colors.
- Consistent text fonts and sizes for various headings and paragraphs.
- At least some of your formatting using CSS.
- You may use the templates available in Dreamweaver CS6 to get started on your layout.
Create a Design Folder with five sections:
- Investigate (Due February 17, 2017)
- Plan (Due February 17, 2017)
- Design (Due February 22, 2017)
In the Investigate section include information about your client that you have researched and will include in your website. (Turn in your investigation on February 17, 2017)
In the Plan section include a plan of the work you will do each day in class between February 10, 2017 and March 3, 2017 Turn in your plan on February 17, 2017)
In the Design section include page layout design with drawings using pencil and paper for each page. Describe the information content, images and links that will be included on each page. Include a site map describing how each page links to the other (Turn in your design on February 22, 2017)
In the Create section include a process journal to record the work you accomplish each day and any changes to your plan with an explanation of the changes and the reasons for making them. (Due on March 3, 2017)
In the Evaluate section answer the following questions:(Due on March 3, 2017)
- What in your plan/design worked the way you expected?
- What in your plan/design needed to change?
- Did you achieve all of the requirements you identified in your plan/design?
- What did you learn while working on this project?
- Evaluate your work using the Design Folder Rubric