Team members must prepare five sample Web pages that communicate and promote their future technology vision. Sample Web pages may be hand-drawn on a web page form and attached as a pdf or computer-generated in a Word or PowerPoint document and may include text, pictures, photographs and diagrams in black & white or in color. A collage of graphics or photographs may be pasted onto the Sample Web Page form. Use of the Sample Web Page form is optional. A team could build a website, if it’s something a team would like to learn. It would not impact judging if it’s an actual website or hand-drawn sample webpages.
The sample Web pages should relate to material presented in the written description and illustrate the attributes of the chosen technology
Each Web page should relate to the others as if the team were actually designing a website to promote its future technology
One Web Page must be devoted to a depiction of a model or visual representation of the technology that could be used to create a prototype for display; the model does not need to be a perfect representation of what the technology would look like completed, just a depiction that will help others visualize the design and communicate key features
Please remember to give proper credit in the bibliography to any non-original artwork
Below is a sample Web page from a group in the grades 7 – 9 category.