The sixth iteration of the day class session of the Tuitt Coding Bootcamp just recently completed their first capstone project. Usually, the first capstone project is the easy project to be completed out of the three capstone projects. But still, it will require time and effort of the campers not just to comply with the requirements but to be able to create something that they will be proud of.
Minimum Requirements and Specifications
The bootcamp instructors created a reference for the minimum requirements and specifications for this project that the campers should be able to meet. This reference serves as the basis of the skills set acquired by the campers in front-end development, and the rating they will have out of the project they have made.
For front-end web development of the capstone projects, the following main aspects were rated accordingly:
Content is the clarity of message and purpose, the absence of incomplete pages, and organization of ideas and information.
Design is the intuitiveness and user-friendliness of the interface, clever synergies of visual elements, decent color harmonies, and efficient use of space.
Source Code Quality
Source code quality is about the maintainability of the codebase, limiting the length and complexity of the code units, keeping the codebase small, having appropriate comments, having no unnecessary white spaces and new lines, having file and folder organization, and having proper format for folders and filenames.
Mobile-First and Responsive Web Design
Mobile-first design is a web design methodology that creates an emphasis on the usability of the website or web app for a mobile device as if it was a desktop version.
Responsive Web Design
Responsive-web design is another web design methodology that focuses on the responsiveness of the website or web app to the device screen sizes and orientation.
“The Originals a TV series blog site. This website is made by fans for fans of The Originals.”
“A website that caters you a full menu of the restaurant and the best dishes that it offers.”
“JPL’s Pizza – A clean, efficient website that aims to bring a pizza place its own online presence.”
Angono: The Artist’s Home
“ANGONO | The Artist’s home. A place too familiar. It wasn’t until I moved and transferred that I appreciated my hometown. This website is a brief primer/ introduction about Angono, its history and four of its renowned artists.”
Shut Up Legs
“ShutUpLegs is your first reference point about cycling. This site will help you decide how to choose a cycling sports according to your personality type.”
“A concept website for Underground Football. The website offers information for football enthusiasts about the club’s services and provides a way to contact the organizer to reserve slots for events.”
“iValue is a static ecommerce website that distributes top of the line gadgets ranging from cellphones, tablets and computers.”
“Sample website created from my different HTML/CSS experiments.”
“Travel the world with Rabbit. A travel blog site that will give you a brief preview of different places based on Rabbit’s experiences.”
“SEED | Social Enterprise for Economic Development -It is a fundraising website for farmers where anyone can see current project proposals from SEED delegates and donate to help make the plan to actuality.”
“A place where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and the company of friendly felines.”
“The capstone 1 is inspired by the developers passion for music. Basically, it features activities of the band and help promotes aspiring individual to showcase their talent.”
Pinto Art Museum
“Pinto Art Museum website that shows all the gallery of museum that is full of modern and contemporary art.”
— John Ray
“VUSH.Studio is an independent multi-disciplinary design studio fighting visual diseases and curing with design. We help brands grow, shift and evolve, creating unique digital experiences through brand identity, brand strategy, website design and website development.”
All About Coffee
“The website is made to provide information about the different types of coffee and where coffee originated. This also provide information on how to properly prepare a coffee. The site also contain links to different coffee bloggers.”
“This website is made to provide guides and information for the travelers of some of the popular festivals in the Philippines.”
— Kevin Jordan
“A product page for NavEssentials – navigation calculator for seafarers.”
L|R Designs and Printing
“L | R Designs and Printing Services, static website created using HTML, CSS and Bootstrap for responsiveness. The idea of this website is to offer printing and design services to users.”
“A website that gives information and provides an easy to use platform for bike sharing.”
“A static website that offers fitness services for fitness enthusiasts and those who wanted to undergo lifestyle changes.”
— Emil Carlo
Rediscover Pangasinan: The Heartland of the Philippines
“Rediscover Pangasinan – Heartland of the Philippines”. This website highlights the most beautiful places and restaurants of Pangasinan inspired by my parents hometown. If you are looking for a place to have fun and spend your weekend in the North of Philippines PANGASINAN is a must!”
“THE JUEN | Simple portfolio website for anyone who wants to have an awesome website. Specializes in website and web app design & development.”
“Archsteel ID. A simple website for a fictional interior design company that takes aim at showcasing some of the company’s works and services.”
“IGNIS PRIORI ” A Star Wars inspired site wherein one can join the First Order in order to bring peace to the galaxy. Do you have what it takes?”
“Mang Gym”. A simple Fitness website that will help you achieve the body you are hoping for. Do it now or you will regret it for the rest of your life.”
Food 4 You
“Food4You was inspired by my passion for cooking, specifically Italian dishes. It is a restaurant website designed to give access to customers with table reservation prior to dining and create their favorite Italian dishes based from our original recipes.”
The current day class batch created amazing projects that are setting a new benchmark for the output of first capstone projects by the campers. The bootcamp trainers were happy knowing that the campers were able to code craft their projects that are above and beyond the minimum requirements.
The time and effort invested by the campers to develop these projects are worth complimenting about.
Good job guys!