You are required to create an online non-linear and interactive Web-based story using HTML, CSS, and jQuery skills developed during workshops. (Projects that push beyond the limits of classrooms demonstrations are rewarded.) Your story should be original or modified from an existing story. The story must be interactive and allow the user to influence the flow of the story. Note: this is not a game, it is an interactive story. Certainly, you can include some game-like elements, for example puzzles, but the emphasis is on creating an engaging story. The interactive aspect of the project should allow the user to affect the flow of the story. There are many examples of work from previous years on our resources page.
Your story will be a minimum of 25 HTML pages at one panel per page. If you wish to use a different layout or horizontal scrolling then please negotiate length of story with your convenor.
An ability to write original code and synthesize ideas and approaches is rewarded over use of existing plug-ins and libraries. One of the challenges of this unit is working with the limits of the technologies taught in workshops. NOTE: Frameworks and libraries like Bootstrap, Meteor, etc. are not permitted. Some jQuery plugins are acceptable, but bear in mind that these will not contribute towards the marks awarded for coding (but may contribute elsewhere). If in doubt, please check with the unit convenor. Any code that is not your own should be attributed; you can do this by putting the attribution details in a comment in your code.
Major projects will be assessed on the following criteria:
- Originality of the story or originality in modifying an existing story
- Interface design
- Overall aesthetic design and coherency
- Level of interactivity
- Demonstration of contemporary uses of HTML, CSS and jQuery (and image optimisation)
- Creativity and innovation
- X-factor – the indescribable “wow” factor
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