Final Project Description
You can use up to TWO jQuery plugins for this project, such as a slider plugin, the jQuery validator plugin, lightbox plugin, or other plugin.
The project should demonstrate your understanding of interaction design and show proper use of interactive elements on pages from a usability perspective.
|Quality Criteria||3 – Accomplished||2 – Competent||1 – Developing|
|JS / jQuery programming proficiency||Demonstrate ability to conceptualize a problem and solve it using JS and/or jQuery.Adapt a script from the course or elsewhere to be used in a modified and/or unique way in your project.||Scripts discussed in the course are appropriately used and applied to your unique project in an effective way.||One or more scripts is broken and/or not functioning properly.|
|Proper use of interactivity||Interactivity is appropriate for the content and for the user.Thoughtful, unique or creative approach to using interactivity on a website, and is engaging for users.
Use at least three interactive elements. Only two can be from an easy to configure plugin.
|Interactivity could make more sense from a usability perspective.More than two jQuery plugins used.||Interactivity needs a lot of work. Does not function or is inappropriate for the user.|
All elements function properly across modern browsers.
|A few elements are not coded properly. Some messy code or sloppy organization of files.Requires no more than two hours to repair.||Several elements not properly coded or functioning.Very messy code or improperly linked assets.
Would require more than two hours to repair and clean up.
|Portfolio Readiness||Project is ready to put in your portfolio.||Project will be ready to put into your portfolio with 1 – 2 additional hours work.||Project needs a lot of work to go into your portfolio.|
Your rubric score will be multiplied by 16.67 to obtain your Final Project score (out of 200).