Web Development Certificate Capstone

Prepare for your final presentation in the last class in the Web Development Certificate Program.

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Web Development Certificate Capstone

Prepare for your final presentation in the last class in the Web Development Certificate Program.

What you’ll be able to do — competencies

  • Build a website to meet a client’s needs and expectations 
  • Provide appropriate documentation of the process 
  • Make proper web design and code design choices 
  • Build the site with structural XHTML and cascading style sheets for presentation/layout 
  • Develop the site using proper C# or PHP coding practices  
  • Host the site for easy access

Course description

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The final Capstone project utilizes all the skills learned throughout the Web Development Certificate Program. This project will form a central part of your professional portfolio. Each of the sessions has a focus in the development of your website. The final session is your site presentation. 

Pre-requisites

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  • Successful completion of all Web Development Certificate Program required classes 

Syllabus

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Session 1  

Review the Capstone process and project 

  • Review milestones and expectations, and ensure every student has a clear understanding of the project and how to complete each of the milestones  
  • Students can ask clarifying questions and start working on the design document during this session 

Session 2  

UI Design is Complete 

  • Student will organize and deliver a 15-minute presentation to show instructor completion of the deliverables described in assignments due 
  • Instructor will be given a copy of the current work and will return evaluation and feedback of design document to student within 5 days 

Session 2 Assignments 

Student will present the following deliverables: 

  • Storyboard/site map 
  • Navigation plan 
  • Page layouts/wireframes 
  • Design choices including fonts and colors 
  • Graphics to be incorporatedincluding source and multimedia, if appropriate 
  • Page mockups 

Session 3  

Backend Design is Complete 

  • Student will organize and deliver a 15-minute presentation to show instructor completion of the deliverables described in assignments due 
  • Instructor will be given a copy of the current work and will return will provide feedback on database to student within 5 days 

Session 3 Assignments 

Student will present the following deliverables: 

  • Design choices 
  • T-SQL statements 
  • DDL Statements 

Session 4  

Class Design is Complete 

  • Student will organize and deliver a 15-minute presentation to show instructor completion of the deliverables described in assignments due 
  • Instructor will be given a copy of the current work and will return will provide feedback on database to student within 5 days 

Session 4 Assignments 

Student will present the following deliverables: 

  • Class design specification  
  • Demonstrate efficient class design by designing an efficient algorithm using the right data structures  
  • Exception handling 
  • Reusability design 

Session 5  

Hosting is Complete. Implementation and Testing Plan are Complete. 

  • Student will bring and present the completed project and review the benchmark results to verify that all aspects are working correctly  
  • Student will provide an organized 15-minute presentation and will walk instructor through the project deliverables:  
  • Answer questions from the instructor about the design, implementation and application 
  • Instructor will test the web development project based on the elements described in the “Project Evaluation Checklist” section above 
  • Instructor will be given a copy of the final work 
  • Instructor will complete the project evaluation checklist, and will return it to student by the end of class with pass/fail evaluation 

Session 5 Assignments 

Final web development project deliverables 

  • How the XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets were written 
  • Results of XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets validation—printout of validation pages from W3C 
  • A usability testing plan 
  • A publishing plan including domain name selection and registration and web hosting services researched/selected 
  • Database hosting 
  • Comments in code 
  • PowerPoint slide presentation 
  • Printed documentation in a three-ring binder 

Next available start dates

We aren’t currently offering this course, but plan to in the future. In the meantime keep checking for updates, and browse our course catalog for more classes.

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