Assessment Cover Sheet
Student name: Student ID:
Unit code & name: ICTWEB414 – Design simple web page layouts
Qualification: ICT40115 – Certificate IV in Information Technology
Date Due: 29.11.2019
Date submitted :
1st Attempt Result (For the assessor) Competent Not Yet Competent Assessor signature Date:
2nd Attempt Result (For the assessor) Competent Not Yet Competent Assessor signature Date:
3rd Attempt Result (For the assessor) Competent Not Yet Competent Assessor signature Date:
Comments (must be included if result is Not Satisfactory)
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Note: The assessor may not mark this assignment if the above declaration is not ticked and signed.
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· standard web and web scripting design principles
· detailed knowledge of:
· Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
· Markup language, such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)
· World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards.
· analytical skills to identify appropriate cascading style sheets (CSS) rules to be applied to obtain desired result
· communication skills to liaise with end users
· initiative and enterprise skills to recommend design features
· literacy skills to:
· follow documented instruction from a supplied guide
· interpret workplace instructions and other technical documents
· numeracy skills to work with:
· document element dimensions
· relative and absolute measurements
· planning and organisational skills to:
· create the web pages in allocated timeframe
· plan the layout of the web page
· problem-solving skills to:
· create web pages to function in a variety of screen resolutions
· resolve browser incompatibilities
· research, literacy and learning skills to keep up-to-date with latest industry guidelines
· technical skills to:
· produce valid accessible web pages
· use CSS in the most efficient and effective way.
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In this assessment student will design a website for Student Management System in Visual Studio 2017 using HTML and CSS. For the designing layout and coding you should follow the industry standards.
Student Management System:
Student Management System (SMS) should be web based application that facilitates the student, administrative staff, higher management and teachers. SMS’s requirement specification documentation is available to the students in their resource drive as well as hard copy for study. It helps to understand the functional and non-functional requirements of the system.
Week 1 Tasks 2
Week 2 Tasks 1
Week 3 Task1, Task3: Project completion and
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You need to design the user friendly interfaces by following the W3C standards. Website must support more than one browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. SMS website should include these pages:
• Contact Us
Task1: Read the Project and complete following tasks according to Project requirements Design the layout of the above mentioned pages.
Write the appropriate code for design and navigate the pages by directing the control in appropriate order
Test the developed website with the requirements specification Task 2: Written Questions
a. summarise standard web and web scripting design principles
b. define and explain the application of the following for website development:
cascading style sheets (CSS)
the hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP)
hypertext markup language (HTML), or extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML) World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards
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Task 3: Presentation
Student will give presentation in front of the class regarding logic behind web page design/layout and contents web page development
Presentation To provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate the required practical tasks for the unit of competency and be observed on your performance
Deliver the presentation as instructed and established with your assessor. Your presentation may be recorded and you could also be asked to provide the copies of your presentation materials used. You are required to deliver your presentation on the topic discussed with your assessor at the allocated time managing all the resources required prior to the delivery of the presentation.
For the Assessor use only Did the student
Designed layout according to requirements
Write appropriate code to develop web page
The use of verbal and non-verbal communication
Web page layout/design concept clear
The ability to interpret audience reactions and answer the queries
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