SF Sites Project
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:
- It has to be someplace special. You have to be able to explain why it’s special.
- 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?
- 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.
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