two-page static website. You need to submit your HTML and CSS files as a zipped folder.
make sure you use your previous deliverable
This project requires you to create a two-page static website. You need to develop a personal website of a famous personality (actor, music artist, sportsman, educator, or entrepreneur) of your choice. A Wikipedia page of that person should provide you with enough (usually more than enough) information that you can use to create your website (for example, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Einstein (Links to an external site.)). On page one (or home page) of the website, you need to showcase the biographic information. On page two, you need to focus on major works and achievements. Do not use all the information from the wiki, rather choose what information to use to support your design. The website must look and feel modern, and page one and page two should be linked to each other.
Tools to be Used
HTML and CSS (Week 1 to Week 7)
Deliverable and Deadline
- Deliverable 1- Selection of the Personality and Preliminary Wireframes (be ambitious with the wireframe at first, have a look into chapters 15 and 17 of Book 1 for what can we achieve using simple HTML and CSS). You need to submit this deliverable via Canvas. The preliminary wireframes can be submitted as scanned photos of hand-written wireframes, word file containing the wireframes, or any other electronic files you feel suitable to use.
- Deliverable 2- Refined and Final Wireframes. The final wireframes can also be submitted as scanned photos of hand-written wireframes, word file containing the wireframes, or any other electronic files you feel suitable to use. However, this final wireframe must be something you would likely replicate in your HTML and CSS deliverable.
- Deliverable 3- two-page static website. You need to submit your HTML and CSS files as a zipped folder.