Sample Web Portfolios


main index



fall 2001

winter 2002
spring 2002
fall 2002

spring 2003
fall 2003


winter 2004
spring 2004
fall 2004



winter 2005
spring 2005
fall 2005

winter 2006
spring 2006
fall 2006

winter 2007
spring 2007
fall 2007



winter 2008
spring 2008
fall 2008

winter 2009
spring 2009
fall 2009

winter 2010
spring 2010
fall 2010



winter 2011
spring 2011
fall 2011

winter 2012
spring 2012
fall 2012

winter 2013

fall 2013



winter 2014

fall 2014

winter 2015
spring 2015
fall 2015


spring 2016
fall 2016



winter 2017
spring 2017



Since the fall of 2001 students have been expected to maintain a web based "work-in-progress" portfolio. Their web pages serve three purposes. Firstly, it enables the students, generally spread across several groups, to share their artwork with each other. Secondly, it enables their work to be reviewed "on-line". Thirdly, it ensures the students, upon completion of the course, have a wide selection of images and animations that can be incorporated into their personal web site.

The links shown above take you to the best work produced by students since the fall quarter of 2001. These students were selected because their web pages demonstrate they were enthusiastic to share with others detailed information about their experimentations, explorations and general approach to solving problems related to visual effects programming.

Professor Malcolm Kesson