Assignment: Build a narrative, scrolling webpage for this NPR story with their content
- Read the story, listen to the audio, look at every photo. Understand the story.
- Read, listen, look AGAIN, but this time for visual story-telling ideas -- take notes and
save them in a 'notes' folder.
- Sketch out thumbnails/rough wireframes (including the media content placement) -- save at
least three sketches in a 'sketches' folder.
- Think about how you will design and build a visual, scrolling narrative with a beginning,
middle and end.
- Edit down your photo choices to use at leasst five images on your page, and RESIZE each
selected image to 2000px MAX width. Save ONLY the selected/resized photos to your 'images'
- Do a rough first version of your layout -- one section at a time -- using Bootstrap's "container
> row > cols" layout grid.
- Save it, test it, and then... Start over on a new 'blank' canvas!
Your narrative can use original content, too, like an audio photo gallery.
I will be looking for:
- Good coding -- you started with a blank canvas, your psge is responsive, proper indenting of
HTML code, use of annotations and spacing, use of Bootstrap's "container > row > cols" for
your layout, and organized project
- Good content -- a clear theme, a compelling narrative about your places, use of your own
work for the text and images.
- Good design -- customization, use of color, fonts and typography and strong images.
- If I don't see Bootstrap's "container > row > cols" layout grid with annotations, you will
get an F.
- If I don't see at least three versions of your project html files, you will get an F.
- If I don't see a neatly organized project folder with 'css', 'images', 'notes' and
'sketches' folders, you will get an F.
- If I don't see an 'images' folder with only your selected and resized photos, you will get