Week 6 Assignment: Guidelines
On Monday 19 April, it’s over to you for in-class presentations (20% of your final mark). The idea behind this is to ensure everyone has thought through their Final Creative Project; has acquired the technical skills for building and uploading their HTML pages; and is considering and monitoring their own timeline for finishing it.
What we’ll expect then:
– A brief oral presentation, explaining what your site is. Think of this like a ‘pitch’: try and sell it to us – why is it of interest? Presume your audience knows nothing about it, and think about why they would like to visit it based on what you tell them.
– An example starting page for your site. This may include a brief summary of your ideas for your Final Project as well as an indication of the design and layout your Project may take.
– A timeline for the rest of semester (published as a .html page, or a blog post ), shown and explained briefly to the group.
Your final project will likely be mostly comprised of text and images, but at least some time based media needs to be included (eg. sound and/or video).You should mention in your presentation how you plan to integrate audio or video, and in your timeline – how you intend to produce it.
See the Course Document section of the blog for an overall breakdown of Concept Development’s marks and percentages.