Our Github, including a link to our contract in the ReadMe
As for many of us, this project required an immense amount of groundwork. Few of us had experience with HTML and CSS, and likely lifted inspirations from previously-viewed sites. Given that, I tried to model my site after some modern design features that I’ve seen: moderate color tones, serif header fonts with sans-serif body fonts, center alignment for text, corralling the content into a central downward line as opposed to something that sprawls over the width of the browser window, and using a good deal of class tags for HTML elements. These design elements align with modern design to achieve easily readable websites. Brightly contrasting colors throughout a page create eyestrain and theoretically don’t balance well. Literacy in CSS is chiefly responsible for molding websites which respond to these modern constraints.
I wish this was more elaborate and cool (I will hopefully continue to build on this up until the final portfolio) but here is my website pitch: https://taylorsalamone.github.io/Web-design-project/
Since my pages are not yet connected, there are separate links for each of the pages I have created so far.
Here you go! Have fun. :)