Website portfolio plan
Looking at the picture of “Black Power”, a lot can be said about what we initially gather from the picture. We are drawn to the two men raising the black power salute, rather than white man awarded silver. In learning about the story behind the photo, we realise these three men made a stand in the name of civil rights that day, at the cost of their careers.
A brief summary of my website:
In creating the A-master, there was a small icon next to the home page, in the “Plan” section of Muse. It looks like a plus sign and created another page that I filled out as the “About Me” section. The Home page was pre-existing. The rollover (WordPress icon) was created in photoshop and had two layers, one for when the cursor wants hovering over it, one for when it does. It goes from Black and white, to blue and white, connecting to my WordPress blog, as I couldn’t get a Facebook link working. This rollover is down the bottom of the About Me page. The Home page has a video of my first piece of media work, a music video known as “Vampire Underground”. The menu is dark blue and the background is purple, and underneath the menu, there is a banner of Knight chess piece clipart, 11 in a row.
Internet, page, web address, domain;
Domains that been bought, free parking, weebly;
Darkness (encryption- onion);
Looking at the IMDb page for the first Shrek film;
- Drop downs for the website itself, but also for the details for the film in particular, such as the cast and crew, trivia, user reviews and something called IMDb pro, etc.
- The page also features advertisements for other media.
- It features these aforementioned features in full, though there is an option to view more on each.
- There’s also an option for frequently asked questions about the film.
On the IMDb page for Shrek, the shapes included in the design are mostly quadrilateral, with the logo being slightly rounded. The colour scheme is black, yellow and white, with the white colourisation being mostly featured along the page itself, with the other two colours being featured in the logo and the banner around the page. It uses one font, sans serif and in black,with variations in colours with links (blue) and spoilers (red). The shadows are hard to distinguish from the background, an advertisements that uses and could potentially use clashing colours with the page itself. Despite this fact, this ints an issue, because the top of film’s page has a shinier gradient than the matt black of the advert at this time, which is for film called “Fences”.
22 ; Range of websites, structure, graphic design
1 ; Muse
8 ; Links
15 ; Test
22 ; Evaluation
29 ; (Report)
The reason for having subtitles rather than placards, in the place of dialogue, is due to a need to keep the flow of what’s onscreen being uninterrupted. though this was the initial idea, i have since thought of it as a means to have the silent film, appear as something of a storybook, as each shot and the words of dialogue would be like writing on page to a certain extent.
(1/2/17) The proud work of Daisie Thurston.