Spring Design For Journalism Section 2

Becky’s Website

Posted in Uncategorized by rkerner on May 7, 2010

http://astro.temple.edu/~tub57025/spring2

I tried to orient my website design around Williams’ CRAP principles. I varied size of fonts and colors to create contrast. I repeated my logo on each page, as well as my footer, to create a cohesive feel for the page.  I also used columns on the “Home” page to create repetition. Alignment is present because I consciously tried to line all my images up with one another to make the website look more organized. I did use center alignment often in the site, but it seemed necessary for where the alignments were needed. Proximity is conveyed through the different use of orange and purple.

I also used links a lot in the site.  My email address in the footer links directly to my email address. Also, on my “Home” page, all the images below my navigation bar link to the section they fall below.  In addition, in the red “Other Clips” box on my portfolio page, the names of those stories link to Word documents of those actual stories, as to minimize the amount of scrolling needed. Finally, the names of my news stories on my “News” page link to the actual article.  I also utilized the “form” on Dreamweaver to insert my resume in an organized way.

Thanks!

Kelsey Doenges and her website

Posted in Uncategorized by kdoenges on May 7, 2010

http://astro.temple.edu/~tub50388/

So, here’s my website in all of it’s glory. Honestly, I have never been happier to finish a project, um EVER. But I am pretty pleased with the final outcome, and got done just what I wanted to. I really hoped to incorporate things about me and the work I have done. Yeah, so click around and stuff.

Josh Boden Website

Posted in Uncategorized by joshboden on May 6, 2010

After no small amount of trouble, here is my website. I worked hard to make a consistent theme for easy navigation, but I varied it enough to make each page visually pleasing and interesting.

http://astro.temple.edu/~tuc41970/home.html

Ian Darrenkamp’s Website

Posted in Uncategorized by Ian Darrenkamp on May 6, 2010

Wreck on Her Photography

I just tried to keep it really basic. It’s a site that I can send to people when I’m applying for jobs that require photography portfolios. This is just a small sampling, but I figured this would be enough to get by for now. I didn’t want too much clutter, so I used white space to my advantage and I kept the header the exact same in every page so that people have a sense of where they are at all times.

Cherese Brown’s Site

Posted in Uncategorized by cnbrown89 on May 6, 2010

Amy Stansbury’s Website

Posted in Uncategorized by amystansbury on May 6, 2010

Using Dreamweaver as an FTP

Posted in Uncategorized by cmlenton on April 28, 2010

For several of the projects we will need to upload to our astro space. Here is how to do that.
To upload and manage your site using dreamweaver use the following the steps :

newsite

Select new site from the site menu to begin.

local_info

If its not the default, select advanced at the top and then fill in your information for your local drive. This should point to your thumbdrive if you're not on your own computer. It is ultimately the folder in which all of your website files are stored.

remote_info

After selecting your local root folder, click Remote Info on the left and fill in your astro account information. Do not forget to select SFTP. Hit Ok after you've tested it successfully.

files_small

You might at first see a small window to the right that looks like this, in order to upload your final site files select the expand button at the far right.

connect_remote

Once you've expanded the window you should see an FTP window that looks like this. Click the button indicated to connect to your astro server.

putfiles

Once connected successfully you will see your local folders on the right and the remote folders on the left. Place your website files into the astro account on the right. Once that's complete your site should be live and on the internet.

Cool Website

Posted in Uncategorized by tullyk on April 21, 2010

http://www.stumbleupon.com/

I love this website because it’s a unique and interesting idea. The page is simply laid out and easy to navigate. It’s not too cluttered but contains a large amount of information. The font and colors are kept simple, which I like in a website.

Website CSS workshop

Posted in Uncategorized by cmlenton on April 21, 2010

This is a main heading
This is a sub heading.
Here’s is a whole bunch of content. In this paragraph we will not really talk about much of anything. Temple University is a higher education institute based in Philadelphia, PA with several campuses throughout the world. Web site is now website according to the Associated Press. Not that anyone will change anything, just that now when you type it you won’t be wrong.

Another paragraph. Here’s is a whole bunch of content. In this paragraph we will not really talk about much of anything. Temple University is a higher education institute based in Philadelphia, PA with several campuses throughout the world. Web site is now website according to the Associated Press. Not that anyone will change anything, just that now when you type it you won’t be wrong.

Facts about Temple

  • It is most likely a college.
  • Main campus is in Philly.
  • Bill Cosby and Bob Saget are two famous alums.
  • Ann Weaver Hart is the president.

This content is copywritten by nobody.

Favorite FRee Lancer’s Web Page

Posted in Uncategorized by quealeena on April 21, 2010

http://lisagoldman.net/

I like this page because it is very user friendly. I can navigate through all the pages and find exactly what I need with no problem r confusion. If I were a employer looking at this persons page, I would be able to easily access the information I need to see if I was interested in this person work. She has all her work posted on the site and you can tell that she updates it frequently. If I were to build my own site I would make it very similar to this one.

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