Designing a Web Site
Read the following guides and see the examples to help you design an effective NHD web site.
~Web Site Rules--Review the rules for a web site before you start your project.
~Here are some top winners from the 2019 NHD contest:
*The Gwangju Uprising (1st Place Individual Web Site)
*Crime of the Century (2nd Place Individual Web Site)
*After the Dust Settles (1st Place Group Web Site)
~See this NMS 2018 web site:
*The Death of Vincent Chin (National Qualifier)
~See this NMS 2015 web site:
*Harry and Bertha Holt (National Qualifier)
~See these NMS 2013 web sites:
*The Seneca Falls Convention (National Qualifier)
*Special Olympics (National Qualifier Alternate)
~See this NMS 2010 web site:
*Factory Safety Regulations (National Qualifier)
~See other local web sites here and here.
~Go to nhd.weebly.com to start your web site--Record your user name, password, and email address so it is easily available if you happen to forget your login information. For a group web site, you only need one user name, password, and email.
~How to Design a Historical Web Site--Click on Web Site when you get to this site. Be sure to listen to the NHD expert on web sites on this web page. There are also several National History Day award-winning web site samples on this page.
~Web Site Organizer
~Tips for Developing an Effective Web Site
~Developing Effective Web Sites
~Nifty, Thrifty Web Site Tools
~Web Site Judging Form--See the judge's scoring guide to help you as you design your web site.