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WEB200 » 01) Pick Your Site

You need to find and choose a website project for your assignments in the WEB200 class. This site you pick will be your selected website for the rest of the assignments and will be finished as your final project. This should also end up being a portfolio piece for you.

The final outcome must have 1) a home page, 2) at least four main pages 3) with one main page having at least three sub-pages.

If you took WEB105, you are encouraged to use the same (mock) Client from that class to complete the assignments for WEB200.

If you didn’t take WEB105 or hate that (mock) Client now, here are some tips to help you choose your project:

  1. Find an existing website for a small business that you feel could use a redesign.
  2. Select a small business in your neighborhood that you can design a website for and sell to them later.
  3. Your personal or business portfolio site is not an acceptable project.

NOTE: This is a CLASS assignment. I will not accept the reason at any time through the quarter of “my client wanted me to do that.”

Requirements:

  • Pick your project website that you will be using to complete your assignments for this quarter.
  • Create a Client Staging Area for your project.
  • It is also in your best interest to fill out the Client Survey from WEB105 (if you have not done so already).
  • Leave the URL of your Client Staging Area as a comment on this page as your “Pick Your Site” assignment according to the class Schedule (Winter) or Schedule (Spring).

Examples:

This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.

253 Comments:

  1. Tyrone Good says:

    The link is not appearing so I’m posting it again. I think my email has been flagged as spam in the system like before.

    Link: http://tyronegood.com/Web200/staging.html

  2. Tyrone Good says:

    The ice skating rink has closed for the season, and I have chosen to challenge myself with a totally new project from the beginning. I will be working with a large forest owner in developing a simple online presence for future reference should he choose to go online in the near future with details about himself and his property. He is very reclusive, so this may be a challenge but I look forward to putting it in my resume. Here is the updated link. I’ve created a logo and began discussions with him via in person and Linked In messaging.

  3. Tyrone Good says:

    I don’t see my link uploaded for some reason so I’m putting it up again to be sure.

    http://edison.seattlecentral.edu/~Tyrone.Good/good-web200-a01/good-web200-a01.html

  4. Eleanor Boyd says:

    I’m still troubleshooting a couple issues with the CSS, but I think that this works for right now while I try to learn how to write the styles to make these pages look the way I want.

    I will be using the same client as I am using for WEB105, My Dad, we are making him a Website for his medical consulting business.

    http://www.eleanorboyd.com/web200/stage/index.php

  5. Eva Marczinko says:

    Rain City Massage Client Staging Area: http://edison.seattlecentral.edu/~emarcz01/web200/index.php

  6. Hsuan Yu (Bella) Chen says:

    http://hsuanyubellachen.com/web200/staging.html

    I will redesign my dentist’s website.

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