Multimedia Design and Development Subject Links
This site covers several aspects in the realm of Multimedia Design and Development.
From cognitive theory, creating a website, navigation, CSS lessons, Eportfolio ideas, development articles, to tracking receipt of material, delivery to the web, communications in schools, definitions, and reviews. This list is broad and subject to change from time to time.
Updated October 1, 2019.
Each of the links will take you to posts and pages covering each subject.
Cognitive examines how people understand and think about the world. In this video the author discussed students. One could insert “audience” into the presentation.
You have been given the task of creating a multimedia project that will demonstrate the features of your company’s new product or service. Creating A Multimedia Project: Web Site
Here’s a guide for designing and producing the project.
Once planning is complete and the client has approved a multimedia project, it is time to actually design and produce the project.
Welcome to a new series of posts, activities, and instruction based on this media. Multimedia Design and Development Intro: CSS Lesson.
Welcome to a new series of posts, activities, and instruction based on this media.
An electronic portfolio (also known as an eportfolio, E-portfolio, digital portfolio, or an online portfolio) is a valuable learning and assessment tool.
Multimedia Design and Development Articles read
Tracking project materials are critical in multimedia as there can be many digital pieces.
The author warns explicitly about technical considerations to complete a successful project.
School classrooms use multimedia to enrich their communications within the student groups.
What is Multimedia? Definition Requirements and Delivery
Here are some notes and links presenting answers to the above question and more. What is Multimedia?
The following discusses three ways in which schools may use multimedia to enrich their communications.