Web Development

Bachelor of Information Technology
ICT114 – Web Development
Wentworth Institute of Higher Education, 302 Elizabeth Street, Sydney http://www.win.edu.au/
Higher Education CRICOS code: 03279M Term01-2022
Assignment

Due date: 27 May 2022. 5:00PM
Weighting: 40%
Length and
Format
:
A word document and a zip file containing website.
Assessmen
t Details:
Students must create their personal website consisting of 8 web pages
(minimum) including a form that uses JavaScript for validation.
The assignment is divided into two parts which are intended to reinforce
the iterative methodology used in a typical project. Part A requires each
student to prepare a design document for their website. Part B, builds on
part A, requires them to build a website using HTML5, CSS3, and
JavaScript.
Assessmen
t
addresses
SLOs
A Analyse and model requirements and constraints for the design of
client-server applications
B Describe and use mark-up languages, client, and server-side scripting to
access and manipulate data
C Develop a simple website demonstrating the use of HTML5, CSS3 and
JavaScript
E communicate with stakeholders and specialists regarding web-related
issues, such as security, hosting, resource allocation, user access,
availability, and scalability.
Marking
Criteria
Please refer to Marking Rubric on Canvas

Bachelor of Information Technology
ICT114 – Web Development
Wentworth Institute of Higher Education, 302 Elizabeth Street, Sydney http://www.win.edu.au/
Higher Education CRICOS code: 03279M Term01-2022
This semester you are required to design and develop a Personal Website that is small,
unique, and professional in appearance. It must be about yourself and your career
ambitions.
Remember this website must be coded by you. If you use any JavaScript code from
other sources, you must provide references to it.
Use of any existing templates, or
frameworks, or bootstrap technologies will attract ZERO marks
.
The HTML of the website must be HTML5 compliant with <!DOCTYPE> declaration.
Structural tags mut be used. Avoid using <table> tag if possible. The HTML form in the
contact us page must be clear in design and must be easy to understand.
Do not use
any server side scripting in the forms.
The CSS of the website must be in an external CSS file. If one file is not suitable a
maximum of two CSS files for the site is allowed. At least two CSS3 styles such as
transitions, or rounded corners, or embedded fonts must be used.
JavaScript must be used in the HTML form validation. An error message must be
displayed on the screen if the user tries to submit the form without filling any of the
fields.
Header, Navigation, and Footer must be clearly defined and must be consistent
throughout the website. The header of the website must be dedicated to you personally.
Use your image with a relevant heading.
Navigation must be clear and intuitive. You can use Global primary, secondary, footer, or
utility navigation.
Try to avoid intext navigation.
The Website must have a minimum of eight pages. Two pages are fixed; index and
contact me.
The index page or the home page must be named index.html. It must have your photo
and a blurb (150 words max) about yourself. No other text is needed in this page. You
can have a photo gallery if you want.
Contact me page must have a HTML form with required filed and when subject button is
clicked the form is tested using JavaScript and if complete the data must be sent to you
as an email attachment. No need to write PHP script.

Bachelor of Information Technology
ICT114 – Web Development
Wentworth Institute of Higher Education, 302 Elizabeth Street, Sydney http://www.win.edu.au/
Higher Education CRICOS code: 03279M Term01-2022
Remaining Six pages can be of your choosing. Some suggestions are Education,
Experience, Hobbies, Journal, Blog, Portfolio, Testimonials, Career, and Travel.
Once you have completed your selection discuss it with your tutor and finalise your 8
pages.
Part-A of your assignment is planning for your website. Identify 3 good web sites and 3
bad websites. Document what you like and don’t like in them. Write down the features
you ant in your website. Clearly outline the purpose of your website. Identify your target
audience.
Collect all the content (Images, Audio, Video, and Text files) that is required to develop
your website. Prepare a sitemap. Create wireframes.
Document all these and show this document to your tutor as soon as possible. This way
you have a better chance of getting good marks.
Part-B of your assignment is developing the website. Use your HTML5, CSS3, and
JavaScript skills to develop the website you designed in part-A.
Submission Requirements
Students must submit their Assignments through CANVAS shell. Email submission
will not be accepted.
Deliverables:
Assignment Part -A must be completed and documented using MS Word.
Assignment Part -B requires you to create a functioning website.
Put all those files in a Folder. Compress it (ZIP it) and submit the Zipped file
through CANVAS Shell before the Deadline.