Graded Assessment


Week 3: Graded Assessment

Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate

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The Coursera Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in web development. As part of this certification process, you will undertake a graded assessment which will be used to evaluate your competency in the topics covered throughout the course. The assessment covers essential concepts such as HTML and CSS, responsive design, debugging tools, client-server communication, and more.

The Graded Assessment requires an understanding of these topics and critical thinking and problem-solving skills applied to real-world scenarios. With success on this assessment, you will earn the Coursera Meta Front-End Developer Professional Certificate, demonstrating that you have attained an advanced level of knowledge in web development.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply the skills you learned in this course to introduce more advanced styling into your portfolio.


1. Have you selected one of the fictional clients provided in the Subject selection reading? 

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! The client you choose will determine what links, pictures and colors you will use. You are free to use your creativity but the home page needs to meet certain criteria

2. Indicate if you have added the required sections on your home page. Check all that apply.

  • Header (CORRECT)
  • Nav (CORRECT)
  • Main (CORRECT)
  • Footer (CORRECT)

Correct: That’s great! The header will contain the logo and the nav element.

Correct: That’s great! The nav element will contain four links.

Correct: That’s great! The main element will contain the main content of the page. You can structure the content by using the article element.

Correct: That’s great! The footer needs to contain two columns

3. Have you set up a grid-based or flexbox CSS Layout?

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! Revisit the video about Basic flexbox and Grid showcase if you want to make sure you have the layout set up correctly.

4. Have you created two rows for the main content?

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! It will be easier to plan the layout of your main content with a two-row structure. 

5. Have you created one full-width column for the first row of the main content?

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! The next step is to add a promotional banner that fills the width of the page.

6. Have you created three columns for the second row?

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! The next step is to add images and text to each of these columns.

7. Have you created two half-width columns for the footer?

  • Yes (CORRECT)
  • No

Correct: That’s great! The next step will be to add a smaller version of the logo in the left column and copyright information in the right column.

8. You’ve been practicing planning a web page layout for a small business and you have to make sure that your semantic tags are set up correctly for search engines and accessibility software. You have a menu with links that lead to other parts of the website. What tag do you use to set this menu with links up?      

  • Footer    
  • <nav>  (CORRECT)
  • <heading>     
  • <main>    

Correct: That’s correct! Links are best placed in the navigation tag. People look for navigation menus near the top of a page so it makes sense to place them there.      

9. You’re creating a web page and you need to split the main element into two columns so you can post two blog posts on there. Which element should you use for the columns?  

  • Div element  
  • Article element (CORRECT)

Correct: That’s correct! Using the article element to represent each column ensures that the content of each column will be self-contained like you want a blog post to be.​  

10. User experience (UX) is driven by the needs and viewpoint of the user. There are several different UX design processes, like client persona, that businesses use to improve user experience. Select all the processes you recognize here.      

  • User research (CORRECT)   
  • Stakeholder interviews  (CORRECT)
  • UX audits and scenario mapping (CORRECT)

Correct: That’s correct! Research on how, when, where, and why users interact with the web page or app can help improve features.      

Correct: That’s correct! Interviews with stakeholders, including clients and users, allows business to gather important information to tailor their user experience.      

Correct: That’s correct! It’s important to audit how things work to note what needs to be changed and scenario mapping helps anticipate user needs.      


The skills that you will be assessed on in this module are essential for success in the course. These assessment tasks provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the key concepts covered in the course.

With success in this module, you will have the confidence and ability to pursue a successful career as a Front-End Developer. Join Coursera now and get started on honing your skills!

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