Project posts – links and recommendations

To the Multimedia Authoring course participants:

Again, thanks for your enthusiasm and great projects!

As you can see in the previous post, I’ve uploaded documentation videos to Vimeo, and photos to Flickr. I’ve also uploaded screenshots of your projects, to the respective project folders.

What I’d like from each of you:

  1. If you haven’t done so, register on the Media+Code blog (click link “Register” on the sidebar). I’ll have to approve your registration (anti-spam mechanism).
  2. Please create a post in the “Projects” category of the blog, describing your project in a few words; mentioning sources for code if relevant; and if you plan to develop it further (among other topics you might also find relevant).
  3. Provide a direct link to the project (as previously uploaded), and also to the source files folder. Put this on the top of your post (along with screenshot), so that visitors get quick access to the project.
  4. If possible (due to dimensions; 450px width limit for this present layout), embed the project (you can use <object>/<embed> code from your main HTML file; update links to full URL).
  5. Embed documentation materials that I have gathered (and any additional documentation you want) into the post: screenshot, Vimeo video, Flickr photos.
  6. Include links to your personal pages / online portfolios so that visitors learn more about you and your work.
  7. Any HTML you input directly (example: embed code) should be introduced in the HTML tab of the WordPress editor.
  8. Promote your project link among your contacts.

This way, you will gather the different project materials, already uploaded, into an interesting post, with different media and contextualization.

Send me an e-mail if you have any problems or doubts when posting.


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