Web Designing Contest – ICT Week 2013

The Webpage Designing Competition is a competition geared toward designing websites. The event is open to all ICI students and students from schools within Iligan City and its neighboring municipality


Date and Venue

  • Day 2 – February 7, 2013


  • 1:00 PM – 1:15 PM       –    Registration
  • 1:15 PM – 1:30 PM       –    Orientation about the Rules and Guidelines
  • 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM       –    Competition Proper


  • ICI Annex 1 – CL5



Participants must be a student and currently enrolled (proofs needed: school ID and certificate of registration/enrollment or a certification from the school) in ICI or any secondary school or in an undergraduate degree program in any School/College/University within Iligan City and its neighboring municipalities. Any question of eligibility should be directed to the Chairman of the Web Designing Contest.

Note:  ICI students involved in any of the ICI-ICT Week committees are NOT ALLOWED to join.



Due to the limitation of computing resources, the number of participants is limited to twelve (12). Registration will be on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis and you can pre-register by going to the Academic Head Office – Rm. 312 Diocesan Centrum Bldg. Salvador Lluch St., Iligan City.





Team is allowed to use any software installed in the PC they are assigned to design of the website. They can use the internet to access materials needed to design the website.

  • WordPress
  • Dreamweaver
  • Open Office Writer
  • Notepad
  • Gimp


Competition Proper – Rules and Guidelines

  1. Participants must be in the venue 30 minutes before the competition proper – 1:30PM.
  2. Each participant is provided with one (1) PC where they can use to design the website.
  3. From the start of the competition, teams are entitled 3 hours to design the website. Teams are advised to constantly save their work in case of power interruption. Any entries not received after the allotted time is disqualified.
  4. A website entry must contain a minimum of five web pages. Single web pages may not be considered if their structure and content differs extensively from the primary homepage.
  5. Entries that contain pornographic material, propagate “hate” messages, make defamatory statements, or which are otherwise extraordinarily offensive are disqualified.
  6. Participants are prohibited to use other computer units. (e.g. personal laptop)
  7. Entries/websites should be saved locally with the following folder format: ParticipantInitials_No.
    1. Example: Juan Dela Cruz – No. 8
    2. Filename: JDC_8
    3. Any violation of the Rules and Guidelines is subject to disqualification.
    4. Organizers reserve the right to, if necessary modify the rules and/or proceedings of the competition, in order to rule out cheating, fraud, and etc. The committee has the right to take the necessary steps to monitor the events of the competition in their entirety, and actively rule out any attempts of cheating.
    5. Winners will be announced on the Awarding Ceremony, Day 3 – February 8, 2013, 2:00PM – 5:00PM, ICI-ANNEX1-TL1, CCFFI Bldg. Benito Labao St., Iligan City
    6. The result once announced is final and irrevocable.
  1. The theme for the competition will be revealed during the competition proper.

Criteria for Judging

The winners are determined by the judges’ votes. The judges’ vote is based on the following criteria:



Visual Design                                      40 pts

Visual design is the appearance of the site. It’s more than just a pretty homepage and it doesn’t have to be cutting edge or trendy. Good visual design is high quality, appropriate, and relevant for the audience and the message it is supporting. It communicates a visual experience and may even take your breath away.

Structure and Navigation                 30 pts

Structure and navigation refers to the framework of a site, the organization of content, the prioritization of information, and the method in which you move through the site. Sites with good structure and navigation are consistent, intuitive and transparent. They allow you to form a mental model of the information provided, where to find things, and what to expect when you click. Good navigation gets you where you want to go quickly and offers easy access to the breadth and depth of the site’s content.

            20 pts

Functionality is the use of technology on the site. Good functionality means the site works well. It loads quickly, has live links, and any new technology used is functional and relevant for the intended audience. The site should work cross-platform and be browser independent. Highly functional sites anticipate the diversity of user requirements from file size, to file format and download speed. The most functional sites also take into consideration those with special access needs. Good functionality makes the experience center stage and the technology invisible.

Originality                                          10 pts


TOTAL                                                 100 pts



  • First Place – Cash + Certificates



Contact Us

For inquiries, please contact:


Chairman, Web Designing Competition

3rd ICI-ICT Week Celebration
Diocesan Centrum Bldg. Salvador Lluch St.

Brgy. Poblacion, Iligan City

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