Finish up yesterday's assignment and make sure we review it in person. If you're done yesterday's then move onto the extra exercises.
We'll be repeating the same exercise but in a different context. Choose any of the next options to work on.
In this industry we're constantly asked to create brand websites for everyday consumer items. How would you represent yogurt online? Note with this kind of site you're talking about the product but you can't actually buy it online.
The internets ecommerce darling. Create your own ecommerce store and sell some T-shirts online.
Create a portfolio site for yourself, how would you represent yourself online? You'll all need to create a site like this eventually.
We were limited to system fonts provided by Windows and OS X. These really limited us down to Times New Roman, Georgia, Ariel and Verdana.
These days there's no need for graphical text outside of some promotional banners. It can't be read by search engines and can't be edited in a CMS so there's no place for it in today's web.
Not all fonts are free. So depending on your chosen fonts you'll need to make sure you acquire appropriate licensing to use it.
Font choice is pretty much unlimited depending on your audience. Go take a look.
When dealing with multiple languages you may have to limit your font selection based on the characters needed. Many fonts will work when dealing with Latin based languages but when getting into Cyrillic, Greek, Asian or Arabic you'll really need to simplify your font selection.
An easy way to pull graphical elements into your website that scale.
SAIT needs a new website for it's fast-track programs. Using what you've learned so far respond to the RFP by Tuesday September 22, 2015 at 4:00pm.