Final Draft: 1,250-1,500 word written transcript of your website (with a link to your website at the top) due online on Monday, August 7th by 11:59 PM.Be sure that your completed website is published by this time. Format and Requirements: •Website published usingwww.wix.com. The domain name should be your fau email; the rest is included for you. .•A written transcript of the information included on your website (specifics listed below)For this assignment you will consider how photographs shape the way we understand and empathize with the issues and events that affect our world. You will consider what makes photographs such powerful and provocative storytellers: what role do photographs play, and should they play, in telling our stories? How should we balance the line between empathy and exploitation – in other words, where does our desire to humanize an event or issue through close-up photographic encounters meet our reverence for the dignity and privacy of those involved? In order to investigate these questions you will collect a set of public photographs of an event or issue that you believe shapes public understanding of it. You will then analyze these images in order to make an argument about how they shape our understanding of that issue or event. Website Design:Pages that should be included on your website:•Argument about the role that photographs should play in how we learn about and ultimately empathize with an event or issue. In other words, think about what photos are capable of doing and then argue what you think the role of photos should be. This section should be at least 500 words). •Choose a photo to analyze (This should be a photo that is provocative or affecting in some way. One good way to search is to look up Pulitzer Prize winning photographs or the photo archives of the National Media Museum website) and describe the following: -Historical Context: Give us the essential historical information we need to understand the story being told in the photo you’ve chosen. This could include maps, charts, or any other documents you think will help us understand the issue. Be sure to cite any sources you use, just like in an essay—even if you paraphrase from your source. -Analyze the image:-Describe what is happening in the frame of the photo, as if you were telling a friend who cannot see the image about all of the details you see. -Describe what is happening outside of the frame of the photo. What is left out of the frame and how does that change how we interpret the image? -Explain why the image is provocative or affecting. What is it that make the image controversial? Why might people be uncomfortable looking at it? Why do you think a publisher might hesitate to publish the image?-Describe how you were affected by the image and whether you think the photo should be published for the public. This is the only section that I am requiring a word count for because I’m asking you to reflect on the image and how it has impacted you personally. -Did it change how you saw that historical event? Make you more empathetic? Reveal information that you didn’t know before? -Describe whether or not you think the photo should be published. Why or why not?-Works Cited: Include a correctly formatted works cited page. NOT just a listing of websites you used, but an MLA Works Cited page. See your MLA handbook or Purdue Owl’s website for proper documentation.Transcript of Your Website: •All written content from your website should be double-spaced in Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins, just like a typical essay •You should include a heading “page” for on your website oNote: word counts should be included for each section (this will be how I am grading the length for this assignment) with a total wordcount included at the end. Any tampering with the word counts will result in a non-passing grade for the final paper •The content for this project should be 1,250-1,500 words in totalDon’t forget to:•Incorporate the DeGhett essay to help you consider the ethics of how we create, use and distribute such images. What makes photographs such an important part of the stories we tell? How do they help us understand an issue or event in unique ways? What are the risks that these photographs take? How should be balance empathy with exploitation? •Incorporate up to 1-2 additional outside sources to help you understand your selected images and the issue or event they reference. •Be creative with the design, layout, and theme of your website. Make your website interactive by including images, videos, or any other linked materials that will help explain your topic.