Alright, first, I want you to look at this document: You should look at the website of the student whose name appears BELOW yours! So, Madison will review Alee’s site; Alee will review Trey’s site… some have multiple links – please glance at both or all three if there are multiple links under the name below yours.
Most are links. A few got turned in as folders and if your assigned student – the name below yours – was a folder, I emailed that to you, so check your email, download and uncompress that whole folder and look for the Index.html file to open it.
You aren’t grading these and PLEASE be polite and constructive! Here’s your rubric:
1) Is it a good site to get you attention from potential employers? Would it get you hired? What could this student do to make it MORE likely to get them hired?
2) Appraise the design, the style of the site – is it nice typography, colors, layout, use of photos? Is the site nice to look at? What might improve that?
3) Are their portfolio pieces showcased well? Do they have good content – articles, photos, videos, a resume, a biography? Are they easy to find? Are they previewed or “hiding” with just links?
4) Look for any coding issues and, if you can, make suggestions for fixing them.
Don’t SCORE or GRADE these; just politely write what you like and what you’d suggest might be improved. You should email your student (from TRACS email) and copy me on the email. Remember, your review is a graded assignment.
Alejandro Hendricks (No)
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Denise Marrufo Cruz
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