Assignment 1 - Design Mockup to Web Page

Web Development with HTML and CSS

As a professional web developer, you will often be given a detailed design mockup created by UI/UX designers for building web pages. In this assignment, your goal is to turn the following design mockup into a web page:

Step 1: Inspect the design mockup using Figma

  • Open the above link and create an account or sign in to view the page in Figma
  • Inspect the dimensions and styles of various components by following this guide
  • Identify the fonts used on the page and find them on Google fonts for later use
  • Export the images on the page as PNG or JPEG files for use within your web page

Step 2: Set up basic page structure and styles

  • Create a folder on your desktop, and open it up in VS Code
  • Create an index.html file, aa styles.css file, and copy over images
  • Add basic HTML tags (head, title, link, body, section-wise divs etc.)
  • Set up basic styles (header & body font family, text size, background, etc.)

Step 3: Implement the web page section by section

  • Add the content for each section one by one using HTML
  • Use Figma's "Inspect" tab to check values of CSS properties
  • Add styles for each completed section one by one using CSS
  • Try to replicate the mockup as closely & precisely as possible

Step 4: Deploy your web page to the cloud and submit below

  • Create a ZIP file by compressing your project folder
  • Visit and upload the ZIP file
  • Create a new account and verify your email to deploy
  • Verify that the site is deployed and submit the link below


Web Page Link (Required)
You can submit multiple times. Only your last submission will be evaluated.

Evaluation Criteria

  • Every section of the given mockup must be present on your page
  • Each section must have the required content, layout, and styles
  • You must use the exact fonts, colors, and images used in the mockup
  • All the content must be horizontally centered within the page
  • Where exact replication is difficult, try to get as close as possible