Your task will be to create and design a single webpage based on one of these to

Your task will be to create and design a single webpage based on one of these topics and deploy it to your own webserver.
An educational/instructional how-to web page on any topic of interest with instructions and pictures
A favorite recipe with instructions and pictures
A list of must-watch streaming tv shows
Website Content Requirements
Create engaging, chunked content for ease of readability and user experience.
You should have a minimum of 5 sections/steps/items for your webpage.
There should be a minimum of 1 image per section to help break up the content.
Your text content should be original and written by yourself. Images can be used from any of these free image resources or your own personal images.
Website Technical Requirements
You can design the pages however you would like to but be sure it meets the following minimum standards:
Proper HTML structure, HTML tags, and use semantic HTML sections where appropriate.
CSS formatting for all text content. Define an internal/embedded style sheet for the head section of your page (or an external one if you wish). Do NOT use inline/embedded CSS. Review style methods on page 245 of your textbook if you are unclear what inline styles are.
CSS formatting for margins and centering content for your webpage.
Images must be actual files that you upload to your website as opposed to linking to images on other websites.
Include appropriate title and meta tags for SEO purposes. At a minimum, include a meta tag with attribute name=”description” in your head section (along with the title tag and meta tag for charset).
Format your HTML and CSS code so that it is easy to read. Use indentations and blank lines where appropriate. Use the “Multi-line Format” method as defined HERE.
Create a well thought out but simple color scheme, see http://paletton.com/ or http://colrd.com/palette/ for inspiration (play with the site to get a scheme that fits your topic – focus on no more than 3 main colors)
The proper use of heading tags (h1, h2, etc.) for sections and hierarchy of the website.
Use at least one Google font in the CSS style sheet and ensure that you are using a font other than the standard times new roman fonts.
Include a footer
Have fun with this one. It’s always great to see what everyone ends up doing for their designs. Soon we will publish our webpages and share our work with our classmates. Here is a snippet of an example for some inspiration.

The layout of how this project goes is one of the screenshots I sent but these a

The layout of how this project goes is one of the screenshots I sent but these are the directions.
HOW TO DESIGN LAYOUT FOR  MILLER EVENTS CALENDAR
1. Read and understand the copy provided in  word file- ‘copy for Midterm-miller theatre’ inside ‘MillerTheatre-Studentsfile.zip’ provided on Canvas
2. Understand the content for each page of the 4-page newsletter. The ‘instructions’ in red type,  provided in copy, will NOT show up in your layout. Only the copy printed in black will be used to design the layout.
3. Make rough sketches so you will know how the final design will look
SUBMIT ROUGHS IN THE FINAL SUBMISSION SECTION FOR FEEDBACK- 10PTS
4. Start InDesign document-
Size: 8.5 x 11″, Number of pages – 4, Orientation – Portrait, Facing Pages -checked, Margin – 0.5″ from top, bottom and outside, inside Margin – 0.25″, Bleed – 0.125″
5. Tip: How to move pages in Pages Panel-Once the document is open- go to the Pages panel, you can see 4 pages arranged in a default way in the panel. Click on the ‘page panel menu’ on the right-hand side corner, deselect  ‘Allow Document Pages to shuffle’. Move page 4 next to page 1.
Now you have two spreads to design.
7. Follow your rough sketches to make the final design using InDesign
This project contains everything we have learned so far. Students will have to follow Rubric to make sure they have used the design tools, and create a 4-page layout.
Package and submit  ‘your name-millerTheater’.
Submit pdf/jpg for two pages separately for feedback and class critique

sketching and documenting your ideas as part of the process of design,

You will need to complete the research phase first, and then move to sketching and documenting your ideas as part of the process of design, before producing your finished designs. All these steps will be presented in 1 PDF file (Portrait format) with the following requirements:
section 1: your name, student ID
section 2: Research page (add as many pages as you need) section 3: Process page (add as many pages as you need) section 4: Final output page (add as many pages as you need) section 5: Poster Page (29.7 x 21 cm)
section 6: 1 page with all the references and URL links that you have used in your research