1

Step 1

Responsive Website Tutorials and Examples outline: Course overview

29 April—30 April

2

Step 2

Collaborative Apps 1 : Music Machine 2015

05 May—06 May

3

Step 3

Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 1

07 May—10 May

4

Step 4

Collaborative Apps 2 : Drawing Machine

11 May—12 May

5

Step 5

Creating a Data Visualisation Application

12 May—13 May

6

Step 6

Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 2

13 May—15 May

1

Step 1

Responsive Website Tutorials and Examples outline: Course overview

29 April—30 April

2

Step 2

Collaborative Apps 1 : Music Machine 2015

05 May—06 May

3

Step 3

Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 1

07 May—10 May

4

Step 4

Collaborative Apps 2 : Drawing Machine

11 May—12 May

5

Step 5

Creating a Data Visualisation Application

12 May—13 May

6

Step 6

Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 2

13 May—15 May

29 April 2016 15 May 2016
Goal completed 1 June 2016
General

Закончить курс Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples до конца отпуска

 Goal Accomplishment Criteria

Курс окончен, тестовое задание сделано

  1. Responsive Website Tutorials and Examples outline: Course overview

    Week 1

  2. Collaborative Apps 1 : Music Machine 2015

    Week 2

  3. Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 1

    You are to extend one of the two examples we have explored so far - EITHER the portfolio website with blog, OR the collaborative music making web app, in order to produce a simple, yet usable, finished website. Your website must take advantage of dynamic content creation.

    Your website must extend the example, adding design, content and purpose in the case of the portfolio website (either fictional or based on a real client’s requirements), and adding collaborative music making features in the case of the web application.

    The site can have any number of pages as long as there is a clear purpose for each one. It must have the following features.

    1. Clear navigation allowing the user to move between pages and locate relevant information

    2. Consistent style across the pages through the use of CSS

    3. Responsive layout where the layout changes depending on the size of the browser window

    4. Use of Bootstrap

    5. Clearly stated purpose for each page

    6. ONLY If you are making the portfolio website: it should contain no less than 10 posts in addition to any static content. It should also cont

  4. Collaborative Apps 2 : Drawing Machine

    Week 3

  5. Creating a Data Visualisation Application

    Week 4

  6. Responsive Website Tutorial and Examples: Peer review 2

    You are to extend one of the two new examples - EITHER the collaborative drawing web app example OR the data visualisation website example, in order to produce a simple, yet usable, finished website. Your website must take advantage of dynamic content creation.

    Your website must extend the example, adding data and features in the case of the data visualisation example, or adding collaborative drawing features in the case of the web application.

    The site can have any number of pages as long as there is a clear purpose for each one. It must have the following features.

    1. Clear navigation allowing the user to move between pages/ functions and to locate relevant information

    2. Consistent style across the pages through use of CSS

    3. Responsive layout where the layout changes depending on the size of the browser window.

    4. Use of Bootstrap

    5. Clearly stated purpose for each page.

    6. Clear landing page (this might just be a special page that introduces the site, or some instructions)

    7. ONLY If you are making a data visualisation app : it should use data from a different source (i.e. not the music data), visualise it in at l

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