Week 3 Assignment 2:
Course Project: Part 3—Design Alternatives
In a professional environment, you typically create three interface-layout designs and show them to the client. Then, the client and you, together, select one of these designs. The complete website development is based on this design.
Continuing with the course project, this week, you will be creating three design alternatives and the home page of the selected interface-layout design.
Complete the following tasks by adding to your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation from Weeks 1 and 2:
- Create three complete designs (each as a separate slide in Microsoft PowerPoint) of the home page and submit them
- Finalize the design you want to use for your website, based on the choices you presented to the class.
- Construct the home page of the website in the HTML format. This page should be named index.html.
- Include all the images used on the home page and its HTML file in a ZIP folder.
Name your ZIP folder SU_ITS2111_W3_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.zip.
|Assignment 2 Grading Criteria||Maximum Points|
|Provided three complete potential designs for the website.||30|
|Constructively reviewed the work of at least two classmates and provided a recommendation. Also, justified the recommendation with analysis.||30|
|Submitted an HTML file for the home page of the website, correctly linked the images to the file, and submitted the images and HTML file in a zipped folder to the Dropbox.||60|
|Included appropriate logo, branding, and navigation for the home page.||20|
|Matched the HTML page to one of the designs in the Microsoft PowerPoint site plan.||20|