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Reflection

Have you ever used adobe dream weaver? Have you ever created a website? For this task, I created an informational website about the conspiracies of the 911 attacks. To create this website, i had to use Adobe Dream Weaver. The site itself has a total of 8 pages, including this page, showing off my knowledge of how to use adobe dream weaver. I also had to create a Flash animation relating to the 911 conspiracy theories. To prepare ourselves for this task, we practiced creating flash animations, and HTML coding as well as dream weaver. Before taking Web Design, I had no idea about anything for creating websites, but now I can create websites without using any assistance. In the time period we live in, computers are a key factor to every day life, and I could definitely use this skill one day. To create this website, i typed up a plan of attack so i could process my thoughts and help guide the process along. Next, I made a flash animation of the map of the planes and their paths of the attacks, and using Adobe Flash was completely new for me before I took this class. There were times where making the flash was difficult, but through trial and error, and help from Mr. Herz, I was able to get it done. To make the website, I researched many different other sites about 911 conspiracies, and put it all together. I know how to use Adobe Dream Weaver and Flash, and this task helped me as a student since I used a lot of problem solving and technology skills. Using technology is one of the most important things in todays life because of the growth of it, and the technology that will come in the future.

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