The project first page is one of the important parts of students’ projects. Project first page is the page that captures the attention of the teachers while correcting their assignment. The project first page includes the topic of the project or assignment. The project first page also includes designs, creatives, templates and other graphics and drawings that a student adds to make the project look attractive and intriguing. A school student can include various types of designs, drawings and paintings to their project front page relevant to the particular topic in any school assignments or projects. For example, if a student is making an assignment on a Math project they include various kinds of geometrical designs and shapes like rectangle, circle, triangle or other arts like compasses, pencils, rulers, or even add arithmetic operation symbol like addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc to the project first page to make it more appealing. As students move out of school and get to college, their project first page also gets simpler and more minimal as then the content of the project is more looked into. As students get to college they do a lot of research and write quality content and include well researched content relevant to the particular topics, they focus on the written content and resources rather than the project first page. In college, students are expected to keep the project first page very minimal, whereas in schools, educators and teacher look into the creativity students put out on the project first page.