IT 236 Week 2 Website Plan Part One

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IT 236 Week 2 Website Plan Part One

Resource: Associate Program Material:
Appendix A

Create the first section of a website
plan. The plan must include the site purpose, target audience, and message.

Click the Assignment Files tab to
submit your assignment.

Appendix A

 

Final
Project Overview and Timeline


 

Final Project Overview

 

Project
Proposal

 

Final Project Timeline

 

You
should budget your time wisely and work on your project throughout the course.
As outlined below, some assignments in the course are designed to assist you in
creating your final project. If you complete your course activities and use the
feedback provided by the instructor, you will be on the right track to
successfully complete your project.

 

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Suggested in Week One:

 

Decide on the website topic and theme for
your project. You design the project plan for a 5- to 7-page website throughout
the course. Once your topic and theme have been decided on, they may not be
changed; thus, place considerable thought into this decision.

 

Possibilities include developing a website
plan for your favorite charitable organization, your professional portfolio, a
small business in need of a web presence, or your choice.

 

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Suggested in Week Two:

 

CheckPoint: Website Plan, Part One

 

Begin a professionally written website plan
consistent with APA guidelines. This plan must include the following:

 

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A title page 

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The site purpose: a short paragraph to describe the purpose of the
website

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The target audience: bulleted list of your target audience

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A message: Create a slogan for the site. It must be 10 words or fewer,
but must drive the site’s purpose to the audience. Write two to three sentences
explaining how the slogan will drive the website content. 

 

Examples include “Drivers Wantedsm”
by Volkswagen®, “Just do it™” by Nike®, “They're
gr-r-reat!®” by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes®, or “Breakfast
of champions™” by Wheaties®.

 

Assignment: Project Proposal: Site Structure

 

Submit the second section of a website plan
illustrating the site structure to define the page content, file names, and
relationships among the pages. Your home page will be named index.html. The site architecture map,
or storyboard, may be accomplished using Microsoft® Word or
PowerPoint®, Microsoft® Visio®, or Adobe®
Photoshop®. Include the following:

 

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Page content section: This is a short paragraph for each web page
describing its content and purpose. Include each page name. Do not include
spaces or special characters in the page names. The underscore character ( _ )
is acceptable; for example, home page:
index.html
or resume page:
LName_Resume.html
.

 

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Site structure type section: List the structure type you will use with a
short paragraph of why you selected this type; see pp. 75-78 of Principles of Web
Design
.

 

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Storyboard: Create using your choice of Microsoft® Word or
PowerPoint®, Microsoft® Visio®, or Adobe®
Photoshop®; see pp. 75-78 of Principles of Web Design.

 

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Suggested in Week Three:

 

CheckPoint: Project Proposal: Page Design

 

Continue building your Project Proposal.
Visualize the page design for your site by creating two different page layouts
for the home page and two different page layouts for a secondary page. Include
the following components:

 

·        
Modifications made to your proposal as recommended by your instructor in
Week Two

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Placement of headings, navigational menu, text areas, and images in each
page layout: Color and font choice should also be indicated. Create layouts
using your choice of Microsoft® Word or PowerPoint®,
Microsoft® Visio®, or Adobe® Photoshop®.

 

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Suggested in Week Seven:

 

CheckPoint: Project Proposal: Graphic Design

 

Complete your Project Proposal. Finalize the
page design for your site by finding images and multimedia for your website.
Include the following components:

 

·        
Modifications made to your proposal as recommended by your instructor in
Week Three

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Any media formats and plug-ins that will be necessary in the site

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A description of how graphics will be used in the site

·        
A description of the content to be included in the site and how this
content will be acquired: Pay attention to copyright restrictions.

·        
A description of how usability and accessibility are considered in the
site design

 
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