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Assessment 3 Brief for Web Development for Multimedia (10886)
Building Your Personal Website
Students will build either a personal website or weblog using authoring software. You can integrate material developed in the two earlier assignments.
Building a website is a technical and often difficult process, so it’s essential that all of your planning and design work is completed prior to starting construction. Your project plan for this project should include as a minimum: a project overview, visual concepts, site structure chart, and a storyboard.
The site must include at least eight pages (website) or entries (weblog), a suitable home page and consistent navigation system. It must also embed at least one of each of the following Multimedia elements: audio, video and interactive or Flash-based animation. These can either be your own work, for example created here at TAFE, or you can use showcased material harvested from elsewhere, subject to copyright.
Your final website must conform to the following specifications:
Some online portfolio examples:
kottke.org - portfolio A very nice, clean portfolio. He's an icon of web usability and yet he deliberately breaks some of the standard rules in this site, such as scrolling right. I think in this case he makes it work well, though.
www.wpdfd.com/resources/Portfolios.htm - Links to a bunch of web designer's portfolio sites
Digital Dreamer - listing of US & Canadian Designer portfolios
Portfolio Canada - listing of Canadian Designer Portfolios
Design Addict - listing of Designer Portfolios
About.com's Graphic Design Portfolio Center - tips and advice about putting together a good portfolio
all graphics, text and design: copyright retrokat.com 2001-4
Note: If you personally hold copyright to any images or other content herein and wish it to be removed or credited, please email me on email@example.com and I'm more than happy to do so.