Create your own final portfolio site integrating EVERY single project you created in class, PLUS at least one other content area of your choice, with your own personal work, applying what you learned this semester. Use this area(s) for pure and shameless self-promotion.

Review all your previous projects, correct their code, make them work as unified elements of a general personal website. You know more things now than at the beginning of the semester: apply that knowledge to improving ALL of your projects in the site.

USE HTML5 / CSS3 / JS / JQUERY and parallax elements to develop the finished version of your site using only ONE single CSS file for all the pages. The menu needs to be unified, and MUST NOT change from page to page.

You may be tempted to use JQuery includes in your final site: use it ONLY ON INDIVIDUAL pages, NOT the entire site. I understand it makes sense to create a Template and load the dynamic content into it, but in reality you would have to preload every single asset in your site for it to be efficient. It can be a total nightmare, and completely kill the experience for the users. This is the goal of Server Side programming, using PHP, but you would have to have your own personal server for this to be implemented. This is the subject of something you can learn in an independent project in future semesters, if you are interested in databases and dynamic web development.

MAKE SURE YOUR FINAL SITE IS
1) NOT CHEESY
2) NOT BLOGGY
3) TOTALLY PERSONAL (colors, fonts, images, logos)
4) EXTREMELY well designed.
5) 100% your content (except for the Fan Page)

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