Civil Rights Website Project
This website is used for teaching website design with Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Cloud. It is part of an Introduction to Multimedia course, COMM 240 in the Department of Mass Communications at Saint Cloud State University, in St. Cloud, Minnesota, taught by Jannet Walsh, Adjunct Instructor. Learn more. . .
Students select a topic to research about Civil Rights in the United States and highlight at least one leader, promoting their movement for equality. The project goes from content creation, research historic images, videos, audio and more. Students are using Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Cloud to create their own website along with a text editor, such as TextWrangler and Sublime Text. Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud is used to prepare images, creating banners, background images, logos and more their websites. Students learn how to use social media widgets, integrate YouTube videos and more into their websites.
Responsive Web Design and the Viewport
The website for this project is using a responsive website design. This means the website adjusts for each viewport - mobile phone, tablet, laptop and desktop. In simple terms, a responsive website adjusts to the web browser you are using to view this website at 100 percent. Learn more. . .
About Jannet Walsh
Learn more about Jannet Walsh at her main website.
Visit student pages and more at Multimedia Toolkit.