Three students from this month’s Web Design & Development program’s graduating class showcased the end result of months of coding, designing, and site implementation at the Final Project presentations.
The first presenter was Sarah Oen, who shared her sports team management website Lucky League, which allows users to coordinate and manage team sites, single sport leagues, and multi-sport leagues. Sarah has already received interest from clients across the world, and has had Lucky League featured on sites like CSSBased.com and KillerStartUps.com.
Next up was Preston Kent, who presented his portfolio site, which showed off his design (for both web and print) and coding skills in an interactive and personable tone that invites visitors directly into his living room.
Finally, Zach Stevenson presented Zimians, a multi-player game that he’s developing for the Facebook platform. The game has a light and vibrant style similar to Pokeman. Zach is currently in the process of developing the game and strategizing his marketing plan. After the presentation, the presenters engaged in a brief Q&A session with members of the audience.
Each month, the Web Design & Development Final Project requires students to produce content that shows they’ve developed efficiency in the areas covered throughout the program, including designing creative visuals, developing coding, testing, and implementation of websites, and integrating flash and web standards.