Submitting work via Dropbox

GDES-220 spring 2018 (David Ramos, American University Design) · office hours · interaction design resources

How to turn in work

When you turn in your work, you’ll need to make sure that your project is identifiable. Send files through the Dropbox upload page, not as email attachments. Your instructor will discard documents that are attached to email.

  1. Put the files into a folder.
  2. Put your name on the folder name, along with the project title:
    firstname lastname - projectname.
  3. ZIP-compress the folder.
  4. Upload the ZIP file to the class Dropbox file request page. (You do not need a Dropbox account to upload files.)

You may submit the following file formats: PDF, HTML/CSS/JS, JPG, PNG, GIF (if you must), MOV, MP4, MP3, AAC, Markdown, and plain text. Do not send Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, or Word files.


You may also receive instructions to submit projects by sending along the address of your project on GitHub. Send both the address for the live, public site, and for the project page (within the GitHub interface–the page with a button to download the project).