It's all about that web...

Q:As I look around at different websites, it is obvious that some use pre-made templates, while others are individually coded. For example, some companies choose to use Squarespace, while others use IWeb. Which method of creating a website is most effective, maximizes the quality of the website and ensures universal viewing capabilities (able to view on any sized screen, including phones, computers and tablets)?

Ross Johnson's picture
Instructor

More on Social and How to Get All Your Participation Points

Hello students,

I'm up to bat on answering your questions!


 

First and most important, some of you have misunderstood the purpose of these Q&A's. For these blog posts you are supposed to ask questions regarding the subject matter of this weeks lesson. This is not an area for questions about your grade, your specific homework assignment the midterm or the final. You need to ask those questions on the assignment comment area itself.

Q&A from last week's post

Hi all: thanks for the great questions last week. Without further adieu...

Graham Davis's picture
Instructor

How's it going so far?

I hope you're all enjoying the class so far!

I wanted to take a moment to answer a few of your questions from last week's blog post. I answered more directly in last week's blog comments, so if you don't see your question answered, check back on last week's post! 

Please leave questions for me in the comments below, and I'll answer them on next week's blog post. 

Ross Johnson's picture
Instructor

Welcome to the world of digital

So it's your first week of the New Media Drivers License. This class is a great opportunity to learn a massive amount about new media marketing. How much you learn will be determined by the effort you put in.

Weekly blog posts are one of the ways you can get even more out of this class. Each week we will answer questions you have regarding this weeks subject matter. This isn't a place to ask questions about the assignment, rather questions you have about the topic in general.