Theme: A virtual event
Context: Due to the global pandemic, in-person events have not been held as in the past. Instead of canceling or postponing events, many organizers chose to hold them virtually. These virtual events had to be interactive and provide participants similar experiences as in-person events.
Design Brief/Challenge: Create a fictitious virtual event and design an accompanying website. The website should identify the type of event, serve as an information guide, and include the virtual experiences related to the event. Sections of the site may include photos, product descriptions, renderings history, contact, and news updates. Present an overview of event details as if you were a consumer.
Participants are required to design, build, and launch a website and present a given topic pertaining to technology (referred to as the "design brief"). Semifinalists participate in an on-site interview to demonstrate the knowledge and expertise gained during the development of the website--with an emphasis on web design methods and practices, as well as their research for the annual design topic.
# Oklahoma Eligibility
Entries are limited to three (3) teams per chapter.
# State Competition information
All components of the chapter's entry must be finished, submitted, and accessible via the internet by March 15, 2022.
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