Middle Level – Multimedia and Website Development


Category: Prejudge Project

Type: Individual, Team

Grade Level: 5-8

Deadline/Testing: 16-Feb

Competitor Limit: Two Entries per chapter

Topic

(New 2021-22)
Design, build and launch a website that introduces your new FBLA-Middle Level chapter to the other students in your school. The website must include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • An animated theme and logo that includes music
  • A form for potential members to complete in order to join your chapter
  • A video from your chapter president welcoming potential members to the website and inviting them to check out FBLA-Middle Level by attending one of your regularly scheduled meetings

Event Guidelines

  • Projects produced for this event must be prepared by the competitor without help from the adviser or any other person.
  • Competitors are expected to follow all applicable copyright laws. Refer to the Format Guide for copyright guidelines.
  • Projects are judged prior to SLC.
  • Competitors are responsible for ensuring their projects can be viewed by judges.
  • Any photographs, texts, trademarks, or names used must be supported by proper documentation and approvals indicated on the project.
  • When applicable, the use of templates must be identified.
  • Projects submitted for the competition become the property of Nebraska FBLA.
  • Submit the live URL to the project submission form on the Nebraska FBLA SLC webpage.

Competency:

  • Career Awareness Related to Multimedia and Website Industry
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
  • Visual Design Concepts
  • Animation Techniques
  • Gaming
  • Digital Audio
  • Web Technologies
  • Graphic Design

Judging

Entries will be judged according to the rating sheet. All decisions of the judges are final.

Who Goes to Nationals?

The top two winners of this event will represent Nebraska in the Middle Level - Multimedia and Website Development event at the National Leadership Conference (NLC).

Rubrics

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