Two 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.
Leanna Lucas created a personal website that acts as both her online work portfolio as well as her own blog. Having previously graduated from Full Sail’s Digital Arts & Design degree program, Leanna’s site sports an equal amount of both web design and graphic design.
Adam Rensel presented Clink, a project aimed at creating a virtual classroom ideal for interaction between students and instructors. One of the unique elements of Clink is its video monitor, which allows users to experience actual face-to-face communication with one another. Take a look at Adam’s development blog here.
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.