Projects 3 and 4


Project 2 Review: Open your site and explain how you solved the problem of creating a six page site in HTML and CSS in Dreamweaver. Talk about your choices in style by opening your stylesheet and explaining it.

Project 3: Create a site about the same (or similar) topic you chose for Project 2. Be able to explain the features, benefits, and navigation of your site. The site should have 10 posts related to your main topic. The site should have 5 pages related to your main topic.  Themes should be carefully chosen and customized. Posts should be crafted with the intent of building an audience. Your colors, graphics, and photography should have consistency in style and effect.

Project 4: Make a professional website for your future independent business. Use whatever tools you wish to create the site. The site should have at least 20 destinations of original content. The visual and written content should be of the highest quality.


Weeks 7-8

She feels in italics


  • Week 7 is 3/7 and 3/9.
  • Week 8 is Spring Break (3/14-3/16).


  1. We are not meeting on Monday March 7th (today).
  2. We are meeting on Wednesday March 9th.You should have made significant progress (e.g.50%) on Codecademy and your 6 page site by then.
  3. We are not meeting during Spring Break (3/14-3/16).
  4. Project 2 is due to be presented on 3/21.


Presentation: Developing your personal brand (lemasney).


  1. If you are lost, confused, or otherwise troubled, contact me by phone at 609 553 9498.
  2. Finish Codecademy course on HTML and CSS by 3/21.
  3. Finish Project 2, a 6 page web site on a topic of your choice, and be prepared to present it upon our return on 3/21.


An additional note on my lecture about the principles of design:

6 Principles of Design