Guidelines for final projects from Web Coding for Interactive Design
###Parsons: Journalism + Design ###Web Coding for Interactive Design November 18th, 2015
- Ford, P., What is Code?.
publish your project and code on github
post the interactive demo on
partner your interactive with some narrative, preferably in html but acceptable in a gist or .md that explains what your visualization says to you and how it complements your topic
explaining your process, sources, and reasoning in your README.md with the following sections:
- Project Title
- Demo Link or Hosted/Embedded Visualizations
- Project Procedure: describe your data processing, visualization selection, and analyses post-visualization
Where to Post/Host:
Please complete your projects and submit them in an electronic or hosted format. That is, you have a few options:
- submit your project as a repository on github with a
README.mdexplaining your project objective, directories and files related to the code for your project, and a hosted demo on the
gh-pagesbranch as we have seen in class
- submit your project as a bl.ock with a
README.mddescribing the narrative that you derived from this visualization project and what story you can tell from your resulting visual
- submit your project as a detailed gist, with links to your hosted visualizations, either as github projects, codepen or jsbin or jsfiddle hosted visualizations
We will spend the first minutes of class on 11/24 going over your project pitches, please send me your current assignment/latest project draft before class, and prepare a 3-5 minute presentation of your project:
- describing why you chose it
- what resulted from your efforts (share your project with the class)
- what you would like to do with the project moving forward.
DUE: 11/25/15 9AM, in my inbox.
Please send the link to your project repository and any supportive materials to my email email@example.com.