I have neglected this blog for the last year due to it not being part of the marking scheme on my course for most of my final year modules, I would however like to update it to document the projects I completed in final year as well as current and future projects and work.
Throughout the year I have worked on a number of projects that have required either separate or group blogs, below are the links to each of these for anyone who is interested!
Documenting City: http://documentingcity.wordpress.com/
Html5 Game Development: http://canvasgamedevelopment.wordpress.com/
Tamar Grow Local Media Elements: http://dat202tgl.wordpress.com/
X06 Phantom Violin Development: http://phantomviolin.wordpress.com/
My website is now live!
willpanchaud.com (Best viewed in latest version of Chrome)
since uploading I have however noticed a few issues still occurring in any other browsers other than google Chrome. Generally I have had good feedback about the design and navigation of the site though which is good!
I have started to code my website now and have been having quite a few problems with placement/layout of parts of the page in relation to each other.
I have also started trying to work with the zooming on the projects however this is proving trickier than anticipated in a full website with navigation bar etc because it seems to zoom and rotate everything in that page, to resolve this I have resorted to using an iframe for the projects view part of the website.
I am however having serious problems with the iframe in other browsers such as firefox and safari ( I personally use Google Chrome which it works best in).
I have been researching HTML5 and what it has to offer aswell as trying to think of a website design that is innovative and a bit different to the norm…
I have had an idea using SVG and Zooming in a timeline type layout, I think this will create a really interactive and new way to view my projects.
An example of a similar kind of thing is seen here.. http://janne.aukia.com/zoomooz/examples/svgtree/index.html
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