Everyone has been working on their career site with their resume, awards, etc. Some needed better photographs, so we took some today. Here is the MOTI Gang 2010 Spring Semester.
The interview with your Web client is a crucial step and activity in the design and development process. Use your and your client’s time effectively to learn as much about their needs as possible. This may very well take several meetings, be patient, listen, probe, understand. Here is a little help to get you started. After viewing the presentation, download the PDF file and use it as a tool. If you wish to add more to it, go ahead; it is not written in stone. The PDF form can be filled on your computer for legibility when you create a final copy.
Yesterday, April 29, 2009, four groups of students presented their Web sites which they have designed and developed for their clients. Two of the clients were present to listen to the presentations, and the third one sent letters of commendation to the group members who have created a new site for the organization. I took some photographs of each group, with clients if they were there. You will see one group holding their letter of commendation. All in all, it was a successful semester in the course, these students have learned a great deal of new material and applied this new knowledge to their specific projects. To a large extent, they learned the material through their own efforts, kudos to all who put a very significant amount of time and effort to this course. You can see their sites at the following addresses:
Atlantic RI (GoFaucet.com) on its own domain
International Business Development Association (IMDA) (visible soon)
St. Pierre’s Shoes (visible soon)
One of these sites has already gone live under its own domain and the others will be ported to their respective domains soon. Congratulations to all for a job well done, I am proud of your work and so should you be.