Digital Design & AdvWebDev

Digital Design
(formerly Fundamentals of Web Design)
11.4510000    Digital Design Calendar – Fall
Digital Design Calendar – Spring
Mr. Lee’s WebMonkey HTML Cheat Sheet
View Final Projects for Fall Semester 2008
Reference Web Sites:
WebMonkey – Excellent tutorials to extend your knowledge of HTML, JavaScript & more!
W3C Web Site – Extend your knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, & More + practice exams to test your knowledge
The Web Collection – Online Web Companion
Computer History Museum – An excellent site with both the history of Computers and the history of the Internet!
Code Academy Tutorials
1st Semester Assignments:Our first semester begins with an introduction to the fundamentals of HTML coding using notepad.  As our HTML skills advance, we will then move into programming with Dreamweaver.  Along the way, we will create web sites, work within “The Web Collection” workbook, and conduct online research projects.CalvinAndHobbes01
CalvinAndHobbes04Summer Vacation Web Page Rubric
Online Research – The Best & Worst Web Sites
Calvin & Hobbes Web Page RubricBegin Dreamweaver Projects:
Welcome to the City of Atlanta, GA Rubric
Design a one page Chess Board Rubric
The City of Roswell Web Site Rubric (with TABLES)Ethics in Business Assignment
Halloween CollageComputing Jobs Rubric** Formatting Example for Jobs
7 Tips for Interview SuccessSupport Our Troops For Veteran’s DayThe WebCollection Book Exercises & Projects…
Online Research 1 – Search Engine Optimization
Search Engine Optimization –
Google IntroSearch Engine Optimization Guide – PDFEndangered Tree Octopus Research ProjectOpen Ended Web Site Design Rubric – Student ChoiceFinal Projects:Roswell Rides Web Site Design Rubric   or …

Georgia Dogs Breeder Web Site Design Rubric

***NOTE: This project will be combined with a short test on the day of your final for final grade.

2nd Semester Assignments:Our second semester begins with an exploration of the History of the Internet.  Believe it or not, the Internet started way before 1992!  After this, we will get back into interface design work, exploring Javascript and CSS along the way…Online Research 3 -  Who/What is W3C?

The History of the Internet Rubric

From the textbook, HTML & JavaScript Programming Concepts, we will explore the following chapters;

Online Research 4 – What is Scripting?

Interface Design – RHS Career Tech Prototype Image

Interface Design – RHS Robotics Prototype Image

Interface Design – RHS Robotics Background Image

1) Online Research – Browser Issues

2) Online Research – Copy Rights and Trademark Issues

3) Online Research – Accessibility Issues

(What is Section 508 of the Disabilities Act?)

Cascading Style Sheets

Online Research – What is CSS?

Learn CSS

CSS Exercise #1

CSS Exercise #2

Add CSS Elements to CSS NavChallenge Web Site Project

CSS Challenge Elements;

Dictionary Web Site Prototype – Use CSS

Dictionary Web Site 2 – CSS only.  No graphics except thedictionary logo.

Online Research – What is Usability?  Who is Jakob Nielsen?

Internet Security Articles - SecureWorks
Internet Security Articles #2
Online Research – Internet Security 1
Online Research – Internet Security 2

Online Research – Guest Lecture with Dave Centafonti

Online Research – Guest Lecture with Scott Bogartz

Online Research – How is an IT Department Managed?

Adding animation with Adobe Animate

  1. Complete Animate’s built in tutorials
  2. Pick one cool animation tutorial to animate
    and then present to class!

App Inventor

Click on “App Inventor 2″ and begin tutorials…

  1. CowBell
  2. FortuneTeller
  3. MoleMash

Group Project

Demand for software developers is shifting from traditional web & application developers to hand-held device programming specialists.

Group Project Rubric for Hand-held Device Research

Peer Evaluation

Group Presentation Evaluation

Final Project – Spring Semester20% of your final grade!Due:  Wednesday, May 14th by 4:00pm-10% for each day your project is late.-10% if project is not submitted in clear binder.Rubric for Final Project***NOTE:  Final Project must be presented inside of a clear covered binder including a color cover page! Approved Final Project Themes  (pick one)

  1. Compare the technology of a 1975 Chevrolet Impala to a 2010 Toyota Prius.  Be sure to discuss engine technology, performance statistics, and features of each car, etc on the home page.  The second page should be used to discuss each company’s vision, market share, financial condition, etc.  Flash animation s/b of the two cars racing across the screen OR animation that illustrates how the two engines differ.  The contact us page should also include address information as well as a google style map to one of the company’s major car building plants.
  2. Given the present economic and political environment, research and target one job that should thrive during the next 5 years.  Be sure to discuss reasons the job has great potential (how has the job evolved in today’s environment) as well as provide a full description of the job on the home page (include links to web sites as evidence – consider stem cell research, immigration, tech, and “green” jobs, etc.)  The second page should be devoted to the qualifications necessary to apply for said job. (include links to an existing job add on one of the job board sites.  Flash animation should in some way illustrate what the job does.  The contact us page should include the address information as well as a google style map to the office location of the job listed on the job board.
  3. Discuss the sudden and precipitous drop in the amphibian (specifically frog species) population in the world today.  Be sure to site research results, geographical areas, your specific species, and reasons they are approaching extinction on the home page.  The second page should be devoted to the lifecycle of a developing frog from inception to egg to tadpole to mature frog.  The flash animation should either display a frog jumping or swimming across a pond OR animate the initial cell division of the egg all the way through to adulthood.  The contact us page should include a google map to one of the endangered species last remaining locations as well as include contact information to a “save the frog from extinction” activist group.  (eg Sierra Club, GreenPeace, or something more specific.)
Advanced HTML & Web Site Design
 Syllabus_AdvWebDesignNOTE:  Acceptance into Advanced Web Design is by Teacher Invitation Only!
This information pertains to the RHS WebDesign Team and Advanced Web Design Students.Final Project Advanced HTML & Web Design – Spring Semester20% of your final grade!Due:  TBD-10% for each day your project is late.-10% if project is not submitted in clear binder.Rubric for Final Project

***NOTE:  Final Project must be presented inside of a clear covered binder including a color cover page!