(1) Web Graphics
- Your website should include numerous graphics made in Fireworks or a similar program that have been edited and exported as jpg or gif files for the web.
- You should also include public domain graphics to enhance your website.
(2) Original Photography
- Acquire photographs, negatives, and slides using a scanner or digital camera (see DPI & resolution). Edit and enhance a few of the photos using PhotoShop or similar program. Save the files in JPEG or format and include them in your website project. Example
- Create three or more photo pages (examples). You may use these files for practice.
(3) Image Manipulation (Bitmap) *
- Include three or more photographs that you have manipulated using Photoshop or similar software (these may be your original photographs for part 2). These may be your original photographs or web graphics. These graphics should illustrate mastery of the following techniques:
(4) Original Drawing (vector art) *
- Create two or more drawings of your own choice that makes use of the concepts introduced in this assignment. Convert them them to JPEG or GIF files and save include in your website. I suggest that you make a campus map or a map of your computer network. You can then make this into an image map to report service calls or access additional information.
(5) Image Map
- Include one
or more navigable image maps in your web site. For instructions, go
to the sample image map page.
- Create one or more static panoramas by stitching photos together. (practice files - zip )
- Create a dynamic panorama.*
- Create rollover images and fireworks html - Download sample graphics to make rollovers
- Create image swaps - Download files for making sample swaps (North San Fernando Valley)