Taking the information from the first project, build a mobile friendly website using Twitter’s Bootstrap. Once again, you will need to pick a different local business, but using the same guidelines issued in the first mobile web project.
You will need to build/customize a theme for Bootstrap and work toward adding the content to make it flexible to use in a mobile environment. You will need to add your own CSS to the design as well.
This layout design should be for a responsive layout, to handle common website dimensions.
You can/should incorporate information into this project that Bootstrap has strengths in.
The purpose of this assignment is to give you experience in working with Bootstrap to see both it’s advantages and disadvantages. It will get you experience in using HTML5, and the layout tools and scripts that Bootstrap provides.
Suggestion: Make sure you test your design on a mobile device (or emulator if you don’t have a web mobile device).
______ Properly incorporate Bootstrap into your design (50 points)
______ Build a Theme for your Bootstrap site (10 points)
______ Move content from first project into current project (10 points)
______ Build custom CSS to handle aspects needed for the design/project (30 points)
______ Total (100 points)