Your project can be related to a topic we cover in class (logic gates, flop-flops, counters, and memory) or a topic we do not (shift registers, multiplexers, etc.). Your project does not have to be any more elaborate or sophisticated than a typical experiment in your workbook. One of my favorite projects from a previous year was a rock-paper-scissors circuit: each player controls two switches. 00 = rock, 01 = paper, 10 = scissors, and 11 is the initial condition. Two LEDs are wired to indicate which player wins.
If your project is inspired or copied from some source, you must cite the source.
Write a report describing your project: What is the purpose of your circuit? How did it perform? What measurements did you make? Your chief goals are clarity and correctness. Please remember that readers don't like to be distracted by typos.
You and your lab partner may submit a single, jointly written report, or you may write separate reports. Email submissions are welcome.