I finally finished my teacher website but when I downloaded my files with the same folder name of “diamondlee” something weird happened. I thought everything would be replaced with the updated files but instead there was a strange combination of the old with the new. I had to delete the original version I used during the critique so you won’t see anything if you click on that link from the last day of class. C’est la vie, the updated version is more important anyway. Thank you everyone for your ideas on improving my design, and thank you John for sharing your brilliant knowledge on HTML/CSS with us.
I wanted to redesign my original teacher website from Teacher Web to give it a more personal look and feel instead of just applying one of their templates. I wanted the design of my website to be playful, modern and informative. The goal is for students, parents and administrators to use the site as a resource to become more familiar with the middle school art curriculum and anything else related to art in and outside the classroom.
My main objective was to try the different tags that were modeled in class instead of improving on the original design which I prefer anyway. I tried to create some hierarchy with color, font, and size. Honestly, it has been a struggle remembering all of the different tags and keeping track of what they do. Hopefully it will become more natural and make more sense.