This is my website! I worked hard on it and I’m proud of what I could accomplish.
Here are some screenshots of my website
Here are some screenshots of this site
I emulated the site as much as I could. Visually my site is almost the exact same. But I wasn’t able to pull off the effects. I was able to use the same color after using the inspection tool and finding the one that was used, which is very different from my initial idea that was put in my mood board. The typography is similar and i even tried to emulate the design of the first letter of the first text in each section. The layout is the same; I made the images that are used as headers, full width and the others smaller in with to fit with the text.
I used mostly divs and containers to pull off this site. I didn’t try to over complicate things. Using bootstrap was fun. It made it faster to do certain functions and aesthetics.
With my CSS file I tried to make sure things were in order as to when they appear. It made it much easier to read and to make adjustments as well. I used the CSS to make make colors, and fonts, and mostly to do sizing and margin aspects. The most complicated thing in my CSS file was making the design of the first letter of the first paragraph in every section.
I feel comfortable using HTML/ CSS, but not too comfortable. I have a good understanding of how they work together and how many of the aspects work together. For example how divs work and that many components can be used to create different things. being that I understand the concepts I feel that learning more just takes practice and being able to search for new things and answers to questions is only a Google search away.
I enjoyed learning how to code and want to learn more. It’s kinda exciting. I learned a lot and I know there is much more to learn, but comparing what I know now to what I knew at the beginning of the semester about web design (Nothing!), I have come pretty far.