Week 14

Website 1: Hugh Jackman

This is Hugh Jackman's homepage

Hugh Jackman is an Australian actor, singer, and producer. Jackman has won international recognition for his roles in various film genres. Beginning May 13th, he will be embarking on a world tour entitled The Man. The Music. The Show.

This website displays its content in a clean and modern aesthetic. As you scroll down, the tour dates are available with links to purchase tickets for the shows. When resizing the window, the content is responsive. Although, at some points of resizing, some of the content is cut off. The navigation menu, located at the top right corner of the webpage, is clear and easy to follow.

Website 2: Project 615

This is Project 615's homepage

Project 615 is an apparel company, located in Nashville, TN, that focuses on serving others by selling high quality products that advocate for world changing causes. Project 615 was first formed in the summer of 2010 when the founders realized they wanted to do something about the increasing homeless population of Nashville. They decided to start Project 615 as a fundraising and awareness effort for the homeless. Since then, they have donated over $450,000 to world changing causes and employed over 50 people recovering from homelessness and addiction.

This website has a modern and clean aesthetic. Which aids to the apparel being up to times, and current to today's market. The navigation menu is located at the top center of the webpage, under the logo of the brand. This menu is clear and easy to navigate, some of which is personalized to match the aesthetic of the brand. This website is completely responsive when resizing.

Website 3: Introduction to HTML & CSS

This is Intro to HTML & CSS's homepage

Introduction to HTML & CSS is a course provided by Watkins College of Art. It is taught by Steve Wilkison - who is leaving us to live in France..

This website does well to represent the material that is covered within this course - which is its aesthetic. This website utilizes a fixed layout, when enlarging the window, the content remains centered. When reducing the size of the window, the content reduces to a specific size. This causes the content to be cut off when reducing the window to small sizes. There is also a responsize background image, which is visually appealing. The navigation menu is also clear and concise.

Enjoy France, Steve! We'll miss you!