Throughout the course, you will be working to create your own website. As you know, websites can be used for manydifferent purposes and can attract a variety of audiences as well. You will be designing different elements for this projectin each unit, with a final submission in Unit VIII.To begin, you are asked to complete the following six steps:1. Identify the type of website you will create. Your options consist of personal, organizational/topical, or commercial.2. Upon your selection, write at least one paragraph as to why you have made this choice. Options include but arenot limited to the following: overall purpose, targeted audience, current work-related, and future job endeavors.3. Select a name for your website, and list at least three goals for it.4. Identify which specific visuals (images, graphs, photos) you will use to support your goals.5. Create a domain name and URL for your website. Use a domain registry search engine to research if the domainis available.6. Explain the tools you would incorporate within your website, including but not limited to the following: color,portals, design, and ideas for website accessibility.Discuss your answers, and then upload the file for grading. Use illustrations as necessary to support your ideas. If youhave questions, please reach out to your instructor for help.Your response should be at least one page in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced;paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.TEXTBOOKS :Bishop, S. (2015). Adobe Dreamweaver creative cloud revealed. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.Campbell, J. T. (2015). Web design: Introductory (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
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