SF Sites Project

WHAT’S DUE:

On Friday, March 8th hand in: 400–600 words about your SF location
Photoshop JPG of a webpage design for your SF location.

On Friday, March 15 you must have: All photos for your website
HTML & CSS for your webpage

On Friday, March 22 you must complete: Your SF Location Website

You will pick a location in San Francisco. It could be a famous tourist attraction. It could also be a little neighborhood park, or a really nice-looking block of buildings in your neighborhood, or a store, church, theater or whatever.

The requirements for your choice are:

  1. It has to be someplace special. You have to be able to explain why it’s special.
  2. You have to be able to find out information about this place: Who was the architect? When was it originally built? What materials were used? If it’s a place with history, what were the original uses?
  3. You have to be able to take your own original photographs of this place. (You cannot use pictures off the internet.)

Write 400–600 words about your location. Present it in a Word file along with 4 small pictures you’ve taken. This is due on Wednesday March 13.

Later on you will take this content and put it into a website. Here is a sample of what your completed work could look like: https://machtay.com/sanfran/ggvl.html

HOW WOULD YOU ORGANIZE SITE CONTENTS

Work together with 3 classmates. Figure out some sub-categories that would help you organize all this content on a website. Remember — it has to be USER FRIENDLY. A person using the site for the first time should be able to find what they’re looking for.

 
49ERS CANDLESTICK STADIUM
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
APTOS MIDDLE SCHOOL
AT&T PARK
BURTON H.S.
CABLE CARS
CHINATOWN LIBRARY
CLIFF HOUSE
FERRY BUILDING
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
GALILEO
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
LAKE MERCED
LAND’S END CANNONS
LEGION OF HONOR
MAIN LIBRARY
MARINA LIBRARY
MERCED BRANCH LIBRARY
MORAGA HILL
PARK MERCED
PEACE PAGODA
RASPUTIN (Store)
RICHMOND REC CENTER
SERRAMONTE MALL
SPRING VALLEY SCHOOL
STONESTOWN
SUNSET REC CENTER
SUTRO BATHS
TANK HILL
TRANSAMERICA PYRAMID
TWIN PEAKS