Winners of the 2015 National Web Design Contest Announced
The not-for-profit Webprofessionals.org association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 National Web Design Contest.
The Web design contest challenged high school and college students from around the U.S. to work in teams of two to a number of challenges that would support a fully functional Web site.
2015 National Web Design Contest Winners:
* Gold: Nicole Overman and Colton Fitzgerald Nevada
* Silver: Irena Gao and Leeya Girmay Illinois
* Bronze: Allison Plager and Brian Moreno Oregon
* Gold: Andrew Wernick and Betsey Hijazi Utah
* Silver: Frank Giddens and Crystal Heilaman Missouri
* Bronze: Benjamin Yutzy and Travis Gautier Kansas
Challengers documented their progress as they demonstrated their skills in Web Programming (HTML, XHTML and CSS), Web graphics, Web site design, Web accessibility and usability, Web site management, project management, presentation, Web multimedia and equally important professionalism.
A panel of industry experts from the Web professional community based their winning selection on the following criteria developed by the WebProfessionals.org organization:
* Graphics: Overall Visual Appeal
* Graphics: Mechanical Aspects
* Design and Layout: Look & Feel
* Design and Layout: Navigation
* Programming: Compatibility
* Programming Code Structure & Design
* Scaffolding of Process – Diagram/Flowchart
* Richness of Process – Interview
* Written Exams
* Professionalism – Presentation, Interview and Submission
WebProfessionals.org is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of webmasters and web professionals worldwide.
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