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7 Day Website Challenge

Kirjoittanut: Terēze Teibe - tiimistä Crevio.

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Podcast by Peetu, Aarno and Tereze about Crevio’s “7 Day Website Challenge”.

The challenge was to find an existing website and to make a better alternative for it in one week. The team (Crevio) then decides who has won the challenge and receives a reward of 50 euros. The challenge could be performed alone or in pairs.

There were three levels of this challenge – 1) using a web builder platform, 2) using WordPress or 3) coding from scratch (we called it “the big boy approach”).

How it went, listen to our “Creviocast” podcast. 🙂


References used in this podcast and some additional that shaped our learnings:

Tiff In Tech. 2021. What is HTML, CSS, and JavaScript? 15.10.2021. https://youtu.be/DHGhFJZLKMs?si=KQjmWwszfG9zOY-3 [30.10.2023]

Odin Project. Educational web development course for beginners. https://www.theodinproject.com/dashboard [28.10.2023]

Kaufman, J. 2013. The first 20 hours — how to learn anything. Recording public-speaking presentation. TEDxCSU. TEDx Talks. 14.03.2013. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5MgBikgcWnY [30.10.2023.]

ChatGPT. https://chat.openai.com/

Squarespace. https://www.squarespace.com/

  • Salla Nieminen

    Interesting podcast! The challenge really seems like a productive way to learn and it seems like it was very fitting for this webpage theme. When taking this up again with another theme (definitely worth it), remember to think, what was it, that got everyone so excited about this challenge? Was it the topic, the timing, the price, something else? This podcast was easy to listen, because the conversation was very natural and didn’t feel forced. Pay attention to the beginnnigs and endings, though, to make it easy for the listeners, because espeially in the end, it seemed that you weren’t quite sure, are you finished or not. 😀 Remember also to consider the placement of the microphone, because Aarno’s voice seemed to come a bit further from the microphone and sometimes you really had to concentrate to hear what he was saying. Nice episode of Creviocast! Enjojyed it!

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