Website Design MS

Participants are required to design, build, and launch a website that features the team's ability to incorporate the elements of website design, graphic layout, and proper coding techniques.  Semifinalists participate in an interview, with an emphasis on web design as it pertains to their solution, to demonstrate the knowledge and expertise gained during the design process.

2021-2022 Theme

 

Theme:  Website for a cultural events venue

Context:  Traditionally, cultural events are held in person. Websites for in-person venues include event information and ticket sales. Due to the global pandemic, venues have had to find new ways to meet their audiences' needs.

Challenge: Develop a website for a cultural event venue that could be virtual-only. Strive to develop a website that is interactive, engaging, graphically interesting, and easy to understand and navigate. Advertise the venue to potential customers who want to experience a cultural event through a virtual experience.

Oklahoma Eligibility

Entries are limited to one (1) team of three to six  (3-6)individuals 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.

 

Upload the website URL  here

Students will need their participant ID number and password from their advisor. Only the team captain will be able to upload the file.

 

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Careers associated

  • Computer engineer

  • Computer programmer

  • Researcher

  • Software designer

  • Webmaster

Contact Information

The individuals listed below are familiar with the event and available to give guidance. Please email them if you have questions regarding this event.

Jeremy Ford

fordj@mustangps.org

Event Coordinator

Kari Widener

kwidener@blackwell.k12.ok.us

Event Manager