Archive For The “Course Work” Category

CMS Extended Blog: Web Advertising Models

By | March 31, 2012

“A webmaster can generate revenue by selling advertising space. How does the webmaster make money from the adverts?” Original presentation is available on Speaker Deck at http://speakerdeck.com/u/mawebdes/p/gary-pigott Extended blog post available as a http://www.cybernet-computing.com/ma-course-work/cms/assets/ad-revenue.pdf

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Applied Art for the Web: Grids in Web Design

By | January 25, 2012

This blog was converted from a PDF document verbatim. Purpose The purpose of this document is to examine the use of Grids in web design, in doing so we will be having a look at some of the concepts behind the use of the Grid System and looking at the benefits that grids can have […]

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Website Makeover, revisited

By | December 31, 2011

Following on from the crit session at the end of term, and the example site www.visitlondon.com that was recommended by David (along with various other tutorials etc), I have done another couple of redesigns. I started by amending the drop downs to become some form of menu line (I used JavaScript as I havent yet […]

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Website Makeover

By | December 14, 2011

Phew… another late night (and I’ve managed to miss Applied Art as a result of the amount of coursework/deadlines). Anyway after much playing about (and hair pulling in Photoshop) I’ve managed to do a site revamp for the Bike Shop. The screenshots below show before and after images (hopefully you can see which is which), […]

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Going to the Dogs

By | December 11, 2011

Not a life statement (although sometimes it feels that way) but rather a quick analysis of the development of my Film Promotion site.

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Websites that Suck (and fonts)

By | November 29, 2011

Typical bad examples of all things web can be found at Web Sites that Suck they focus on aspects including use of colour, font, usability etc.

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Richardson’s Specialist Bakers

By | November 23, 2011

Phew, got there in the end… Having a week away certainly made it very difficult to catch up with the Web Design Project (lots of late nights fuelled by Becks & white wine, etc). Anyway – I got there in the end and if you want to see my results you can view it here […]

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Coursework Website – Basic Styling

By | October 24, 2011

Create 3 different style sheets for your original website design, link them to your site using the stylesheet & alternate stylesheet link types. Much playing about with the styles, containers etc, the design is just there to illustrate use of different styling techniques and so on. Of the 3 styles I’ve used I prefer the […]

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Coursework Website

By | October 19, 2011

Create a simple 4 page website, one homepage (index.html) and 3 sub-pages in order to showcase the three examples of good design… no CSS… focus on XHTML alone Well finally here it is a basic unformatted website, hosted courtesy of Eco Web Hosts – and boy does it look ugly!! Looking forward to the reviews […]

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3 New Websites

By | October 12, 2011

Your client has asked you to come up with some ideas for 3 new websites: The Dead Sea Squirrels, an upcoming indie rock band from Sheffield Beech Farm, a homely bed and breakfast in Cornwall Primary Health, a private healthcare company based in London In each case, find a number of websites that you would […]

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