… it is probably the ugliest and most useless form you have ever seen
This is the final proof, that just passing is not enough
However, it´s raising some questions for me
Personally, I think it´s pretty easy to just pass the tests. You could even copy and paste from some documentation No, no, I didn´t do that …
For me, much more challenging is to come up with a vision for the design. How do you come up with ideas? I found it helpful to browse other students projects to gain inspiration. However, are there other concepts how to develop, well, a concept?
Also, I was wondering, how realistic is it, that a future customer or employer will come and tell you: "I want to see a form element with id=“form” " or anything like that, like the user stories in the project tasks?
I mean, much more realistic is, that you get some demands regarding the design, maybe even a wireframe, and then it´s your task to figure out how to build it and which elements to use and which ID´s and class names to use, no?
Are the project challenges formulated the way they are just for reasons of practicality? To have the possibility to check the projects in an easy way? Or is there some deeper meaning I haven´t figured out yet?
I would love to hear your thoughts on this!