Tag Archive: HTML/CSS


So now that testing is done and submitted last week, more time to work on the final touches.

What happened this week was incorporation of a few (more than few, I would say!) tweaks – there were quite a few challenges there and very less time. I guess this 10-week period is to make you realise how you dynamic you get with decision-making, lol!

Jokes apart, I faced some challenges. Testing was executed with six different users, different ages, different backgrounds and different tech-savvy experience. That was great, but more the users, more problems you face. Each tester had their own unique computer, browser and other settings!!! Hard to please everyone, I guess…you can just do your best but one thing for sure – you get to narrow down some basic issues you never noticed. The other big challenge (still is!) is the browser compatibility. with my format, the placement of some divs does not look great in some browsers but works amazingly correct in the others. How do you resolve that issue?

But this was a great Capstone project to document. I enjoyed each week discoveries and assignments which paved the way slowly and steadily towards completion. This week we’re presenting our final project to our peers and it’ll great to have more feedback.

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It is week 6 crunch time and all the knowledge we soaked in all those classes is coming to good use. That and more. I’m finding myself putting in a lot of effort in researching things I see in websites, the cool stuff – now it makes more sense to me rather than being just overwhelmed with it.

It is a wonderful feeling to see your baby grow…lol. It started with a lifeless yet brilliant one page flat design which eventually turned into a template. Now the template is getting the third dimension through links, dynamic pages and more.  You have been seeing less posts and more of me commenting about my work as this is kind of it. We’ve done the research and we’ve done all the preparation for helping us to get to the design stage. I now understand how much goes into the actual website – even simple things need to be thought of in detail. Each part you design is seen by the audience. Nothing can be left unfinished or unthought of (for the purpose of this first draft stage).