CSCI E-12 Project Proposal
||Students enrolled in the course for
||Thursday, April 18, 2002
Part 1: Final Project Proposal
This paper should be a description of what you plan for your final
project. Your final project will be a Web site that you have
designed and authored (a minimum of 10 original HTML pages,
including one "interactive" form). In the past, people have chosen to undertake a variety of types of project:
- personal interests
- community organizations
Your project proposal should cover the following:
- Audience Who is the intended audience for the
site? What need will the site fulfill? What type of audience do you expect for the site --
experienced/novice; fast/slow Internet connections; newest/older
browsers, etc? Is accessibility (non-visual browsers) a design goal
(if no, why not?!). What types of restrictions do all of these
issues place on your design?
- Content and OrganizationOutline ideas you may have for the site structure. How will it
be organized? What navigation system(s) will the site have?
- Site Design. You do not need to (but may) include preliminary designs.
There is no need to be verbose. For each of the topics above, a paragraph or two of text should suffice.
- The project specifications may change as you develop your project. This is expected. Your proposal is not meant to be a final "written in concrete" proposal for your project. It is meant to give you a structure to think about your project and act as a guide as you develop your project.