Writing to the World Wide
March 17th Recap:
Today we applied the prototyping principles - which Emilie Gould spoke about on Wednesday before
the break - to your own final design projects. To perform this process, you should think carefully about the specific tasks that your user/readers
will be performing, and develop specific scenarios that you believe your user/readers will be placed in.
From there, begin planning on paper how the elements of your webpages - text, navigation cues,
graphics, will look and work together. The point is that you should try out several different designs
paper, because once you code them into a page, you will be less willing to change them, even if you
find that they are poorly designed.