Web Site Development Project - Part BDesign Document - Site Content, Structure and Visual Design
Following the example of the Design Document template, you will complete the following sections
- Site Content
- Site Structure
- Visual Design
For the site content, consider what information must be provided in your site to satisfy the goals and appeal to the target audience. List all of the items you plan to or hope to include. Be very specific. This should include text information, articles, images, video etc. Show how your content will be divided and possibly sub-divided by breaking your content into logical groups.
Develop a site structure listing and an architectural blueprint of your site. This will identify your content groups and indicate the number of levels of information the user will have to navigate to completely browse your site.
Develop a layout grid. Sketch out on paper, where all the content and navigation elements for your pages will be placed. You should have a grid for each typical page type.
Establish the visual look and feel for the site. What colours will you be using? What sort of graphic design elements will be employed throughout the site? State the visual design in a paragraph or two and develop a mock-up of how the finished pages will look. This mock-up should indicate what the completed site will look like. A mock-up for each typical page type is to be included. The mock-up should come as close as possible to how you want your finsihed site to actually look.
Have your content materials ready. Include copies of all articles and text information to be used in your site. Include printouts of all images to be used in your web site. This is to ensure you have all your content ready prior to doing any HTML coding.
This assignment is due class 7.
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