IAT-235: 11 Coding Quiz

IAT-235: 11 Coding Quiz — A slide deck

The Coding Quiz

  • Put away all mobile devices
  • You will have 60 minutes
  • You are allowed to use the internet to help complete this quiz (i.e. validators, online resources)
  • You are expected to cite resources
  • are not allowed to talk with your peers
  • All multi-file submissions must be in .zip format
  • All answers must be your own work

Any plagiarism or cloning of answers will not be tolerated and will receive an immediate zero.

The secret password is . You have 60 minutes.

If you are done early, we will reconvene for lecture at 11:40am.


IAT-235 — P04: Web

Faking the Interactions

Since we haven't taught you everything

As discussed, there are some things you won't be able to do with what we have taught you. Avoid over-extending yourself unless you feel comfortable, as we are more interested in seeing a series of functioning responsive pages over broken though slightly-shinier pages.

When in doubt, aim to get the process working as intended rather than making the functionality super-slick.

IAT-235 — P04: Web Rubric

Final Presentations

Things we are looking for:

  1. Briefly explain your process
  2. How do your online/offline materials assist and support users in accessing the necessary info?
  3. How does it inform us both online and offline?
  4. Keep the presentation under 3 minutes

Final Presentations

No no.

Do not open up your webpages and walk us through it. We will be doing this when we grade it ourselves.


The schedule:

  • 8:45 — Arrive for setup at Vancouver City Hall
  • 9:00 — Set up and ready to go
  • 9:30 — Event opens to guests
  • 10:00 — Official welcome, sharing of projects, voting for best
  • 11:15 — Voting closes, results tallied
  • 11:30 — Prizes announced
  • 11:45 — Pack up and go

What to Expect of the Hubbub

Lots of 'pitching' your project to a lay audience, as well as some time to check out other's work.

Final Presentation in-Lecture

If you would like to sign-up to present in-lecture, you can save on having to attend your labs in the final week as a result.

If you attend both the in-lecture and Hubbub presentations, you can receive an additional 1% on the final project.

How to Submit Your Final Project

A step-by-step guide

  1. Upload your website to your SFU filespace
  2. Test all pages of your website
  3. Build your presentation
  4. In your presentation, embed one slide with the project URL
  5. Please insert a comment in your Canvas submission with the project URL

No Mega-lab this week

The low-down

  • Crits
  • Technical support

Next week's lecture will be some final notes for the term and then support time.

Contacting Andrew

Your Lecturer

Reachable at:

  • Office hours — Tuesdays from 9-10am and Thursdays from 9-10am at the Surrey campus mezzanine.
  • ac.ufs@h.werdna