The Final Project for Digital Design for the Web involves building a multi-page website devoted to a specific topic or purpose. You select the topic, but it must be approved by Mrs McLin. You need to fill in the Topic Proposal Sheet for me to approve your project. There is a lot of material on the web, but there are also many gaps or absent perspectives. Your project should begin to fill one of those gaps or present a new perspective.
You'll work on the final project for about 2 weeks of the semester, so it's an important component of your semester grade. Also, since you'll spend quite a bit of time on it, the project's topic should be something in which you have interest.
Note: You may produce a website to supplement research you've done in another class (e.g., producing an online version of a literature or science project). This will save time, since you'll revise and adapt work you've already done. If you want to do this, be sure to let Mrs McLin know.
The Final Project develops in three stages.
To get a sense of what this work comes to, let's take a look at some Final Projects (FP) from previous semesters.