Well done to CDM second years on the completion of the first assignment for the Website Design II module. During the Visual Communications module in semester 1, students visited pupils of St Patrick’s National School, Corduff, where they met with more than seventy 6th class students who kindly shared originally penned short stories with the group. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Year 2 – Web Design’ Category
Well done to the CDM second year students, who worked closely with Kilbarrack Youth Project, resulting in a brand new website designed and developed by Guitar Egbon.
The Website Design module continuous assessment project, tasked students with designing and developing a new web presence for the Dublin 5 community group. (more…)
Last semester, second year CDM students combined their creative design skills and technical web expertise to create some fantastic websites in the Website Design II module. The brief was flexible; students had to tell a story via the web, and it had to be about themselves. (more…)
The Dublin Deaf Scouts were so impressed with Svajune Garnyte’s recent website design project; they replaced their old website with her improved version. The assignment involved a number of local organisations engaging with Creative Digital Media second year students, with the intention of re-vamping existing websites.
Dublin Deaf Scouts: www.dublindeafscout.ie
Svajune’s creative designs have won three poster design competitions in one month – the ITB Humanities Week Poster, ITB Engineering Graduates Poster and the ITB St. Patrick’s Day Greeting Card competition.
Her design work, along with a selection of CDM student posters are currently on view in the A-Block.
Students were tasked with re-designing an exisiting website with a focus on improving information organistaion, content, usability and design. Click on the images below to view the projects. (more…)
CSS Zen Garden aims to showcase what is possible with CSS-based web design. Style sheets have been submitted from designer’s around the world for since 2003. Designer’s have created hundreds of unique visual presentations through modifying the the CSS stylesheet: the HTML code never changes. (more…)