Web Design is a full year class open to all students. Students learn about the fundamentals of web design coding and layout while researching and applying the usability principles.
The Internet is a central hub of business and networking, making it almost impossible to navigate a successful career without having a website. Many web designers have created easy web editors to create a professional and usable site without the hassle of coding. We will be using WIX to create a site for a client, using information that you have gathered from the client. You must be able to interact with your client professionally (through email or telephone).
1. Research WIX and WEEBLY. Write down 3 pros and cons of each. If you need to, create accounts for each in order to get a better understanding of how they work.
2. Sign up for an account at Wix.com or Weebly.com with your personal email address and a standard password. *When you pass this site onto your client, you must give them the password and you will change the email address login.
3. Start creating!
***Do not leave any template pages -- there should be no extraneous information or pages left from the original template. The template is only a beginning layout -- you should change the majority of images, colors, and many other elements.
4. Be sure to keep your client informed of your progress. A successful web designer stays in touch with his/her client and answers all emails promptly (even just to say "Yes, I received your email and I will respond as soon as possible.")
Participation (individually and in the group)
Level of Professionalism Exhibited
Quality of Website
Creativity & Design
*No spelling or grammar errors
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