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Writing the web

Composing for the Web

Creating and curating content for the Web

  • Inserting hyperlinks into a web page
  • Identifying and using HTML tags
  • Embedding multimedia content into a web page
  • Creating web resources in ways appropriate to the medium/genre
  • Setting up and controlling a space to publish on the Web


Modifying existing Web resources to create something new

  • Identifying remixable content
  • Combining multimedia resources to create something new on the web
  • Shifting context and meaning by creating derivative content
  • Citing and referencing original content

Designing for the Web

Enhancing visual aesthetics and user experiences

  • Using CSS properties to change the style and layout of a Web page
  • Demonstrating the difference between inline, embedded and external CSS
  • Improving user experiences through feedback and iteration
  • Creating device-agnostic web resources


Creating interactive experiences on the web

  • Reading and explaining the structure of code
  • Identifying and applying common coding patterns and concepts
  • Adding comments to code for clarification and attribution
  • Applying a script framework
  • Querying a web service using an API


Communicating in a universally-recognisable way

  • Using empathy and awareness to inform the design of web content that is accessible to all users
  • Designing for different cultures which may have different interpretations of design elements
  • Comparing and exploring how different interfaces impact diverse users
  • Improving the accessibility of a web page through the design of its color scheme, structure/hierarchy and markup
  • Comparing and contrasting how different interfaces impact diverse web users