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Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines T r i mester T2 2019 Unit Code BN109 Unit Title Web and Multimedia Systems Assessment Type Assignment 2 (Individual) Assessment Title To prepare a...

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Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines


T2 2019

Unit Code


Unit Title

Web and Multimedia Systems

Assessment Type

Assignment 2 (Individual)

Assessment Title

To prepare a website documentation prior to developing a personal website to show case their talents to prospective employers

Purpose of the


(with ULO Mapping)

Student should be able to:

b. Analyze client needs and create effective navigation for Web sites

c. Apply good design and coding practices to ensure the standards-compliance, presentation, and usefulness of Web and multimedia content



Total Marks


Word limit

1000 Words (maximum)

Due Date

Week 11, Wednesday, 3rd June 2020, 5 PM



· All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a completed Assignment Cover Page.

· The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 12-pt Times Mew Roman (Body) font and 2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings.

· Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.


· If an extension of time to submit work is required, a Special Consideration

Application must be submitted directly to the School's Administration at level

6 or level 7 for Sydney. You must submit this application three working days prior to the due date of the assignment. Further information is available at: guidelines/specialconsiderationdeferment



· Academic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of the case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion

from the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves familiar with the full policy and procedure available at: procedures-and-guidelines/Plagiarism-Academic-Misconduct-Policy- Procedure. For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description.

Description of the assessment:

Read following specifications in Table 1 carefully to design a website. It may be noted that the website is a personal website (about you), any other website e.g. E-Commerce, Tours Planners etc. automatically attracts zero marks. In addition, you must NOT use existing templates.

Table 1: Specification for a proposed website



Home page (index.html)

This page should have a logo (design your own logo), a unique tagline

(Few words to explain uniqueness to describe the website).

Design your unique favicon that goes with respective page title.

You may include your image and your goals you want to achieve in future.

Education (education.html)

Maximum of two paragraphs of text showing your highest qualification and the program you are currently enrolled in. You may provide relevant media to support this page. Make sure the page is not heavily loaded with bulk of text.

Digital Images (collage.html)

Use this page to display collage that you developed during your lab participations or done in as assignment 1. Write brief summary of how you prepare collage. Collage and other images should have neat caption below them. Provide alternative text for every images/non-text media.

Digital Video (video.html)

Insert a video you have developed in labs using HTML video tags. Write brief description on providing transitions between the scenes.

Skills (skills.html)

Use this page to indicate skills you require to have to as an employable web developer. Embed a YouTube video relevant to skills required for a web developer.

Contact Us (contact.html)

Use this page to display appropriate form elements to grab users’

Comments and inquiry.

Footer (Not a separate page but part of all the pages)

Insert the Copyright information, useful links like disclaimer, privacy policy and social media links with relevant media.

Marking criteria:




Home Page

This page should contain a tagline of what you want to achieve as career, a paragraph on above, a logo designed by you and any relevant image of you. Keep your homepage crispy.



See above Table 1 for content.


Digital Images (collage.html)

See above Table 1 for content


Digital Video (video.html)

See above Table 1. Use of HTML 5 video must be evident. Also briefly write how to deal with other type of video format (other than .mp4 or .ogg)


Skills (skills.html)

Refer to Table 1.


Contact Us (contact.html)

Refer to Table 1.


Overall creativity

Consistent page design, optimized media with appropriate captions.


Show of proficiency of CSS

Should not contain more than one CSS (external). Make sure there are no internal CSS or inline CSS in the HTMLs




Marking Rubric for Assignment2: Total Marks 50









Very Good




Consistency of webpages

All pages have components as prescribed (see first column)

Consistency exist reasonably well

Few pages lack consistency

Reasonable consistency exist

Pages lack consistency entirely

Webpage components exist – e.g. title, favicons and page heading at the minimum

All pages have all the prescribed component present

Good attempt being made to provide above components

Reasonable being made to provide above components

Some rooms to improvement exist

No attempts are made.

Contents represents page name, title and heading

All contents represent their respective components

Appropriate content exist but there are minor issues that can be improved

Reasonable attempts evident

Some evident exist but needs stark improvements

Not much effort evident. The marker need to go fishing to find out the intent of pages

Appropriate media

All media are optimized and they represent the pages correctly

Some media do not seems to be optimized/appropriate

Reasonable attempt has been made

There are rooms to improve

The work is below mediocre and require lot of refinement

Use of CSS

External CSS is used

More than one CSS used

More than one CSS used and there are evidence of cluttered code (HTML and CSS in the same file)

CSS inserted everywhere and difficult to read

No CSS has been used/there is evidence of direct copy from existing templates

Answered Same Day May 27, 2021


Neha answered on May 31 2021
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Skills required for web development

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Basics of CSS

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Difference between CSS and CSS3


Undersatnding JS

Variable in JS


Basics of JS

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