"Participants design, build, and launch a website that features the team's ability to incorporate the elements of website design, graphic layout, and proper coding techniques. Semifinalists are announced onsite at the annual conference. Semifinalists participate in an onsite conference interview, with an emphasis on web design as it pertains to their solution, to demonstrate the knowledge and expertise gained during the development of the website."
For the Connecticut State Conference, this competition entails creating a website according to the given theme. There will be no semifinalist interview. Individuals or teams of up to six (1-6) may participate.
Items required for submission:
USB with Student Copyright Checklist (if needed), LEAP Report, and link to website
2019-2020 Theme: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Context: Virtual reality and augmented reality have emerged have alternative experiences to entertainment, education, and accessibility. Educators, content producers, and consumers are looking for ways to implement VR and AR into daily experiences.
Challenge: Develop a website that advertises a fictitious business specializing in virtual reality and augmented reality. Teams should strive to develop a business website that is interactive, engaging, graphically interesting, and easy to understand. Teams are reminded that the point of their solution should be to advertise the business to potential customers, who want to experience VR and AR. Teams shall not use an actual company in the design of their website.