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Cambridge Nationals R005
Transcript of Cambridge Nationals R005
TASK 1 B
TASK 1 C
Use the Model Assignment and Specification when completing tasks!
Cambridge Nationals - Unit R005
Basics of Website Building
Always Keep files in organised and well named folders
Always manage your site when editing or accessing your website
Remember that your template is separate and it will update pages made from it!
Remember your AIM and AUDIENCE
Be consistent and make sure it INTERACTIVE with lots of MULTIMEDIA
SOURCE and STORE multimedia components
Make sure they are named correctly
Make sure you have a good folder setup
Open the Dreamweaver application
This must include a detailed description of your Client's user requirements - in other words...What they have asked you to do.
Include a description of who your client is.
How will you meet their needs? What specific things will you include (multimedia, themes etc) and why you have made these choices.
Include a description of the HOUSE STYLE, including fonts, sizes and colours
Describe how you will make your product:
Make a List of Success Criteria - in other words a checklist which will show that you have met your clients needs (use the above)
Making your website!
1. Check your school email and mark yourself for your website as it is (save your reply as a DRAFT)
2. Open up the second Prezi in Students> #ICT#> KS4> Cambridge> R005> Prezi> How to use Prezi 2
MANAGE YOUR SITE
Click on the folder icon and find your ROOT FOLDER, press select once all subfolders are displayed
Make sure your folders are green and synced
Tables with merged cells
Editable Regions (x3)
TASK 1 A
Give reasons for the following:
The reason for making a website rather a different multimedia product
The choice of software - include a description of all programs your intending to use
Find and Store multimedia Components
You must save these with suitable names and in suitable and correctly structured folders
Everything collected must comply with copyright and you must record the information how and when you obtained the components correctly.
You must mention Copyright for every component stating whether you have followed it correctly or not.
Create and Draw some plans of how your product will be laid out
Show a plan of the navigation and a map of how your pages will all link
suitable success criteria
reference to client brief
appropriate software and why
thorough and detailed justification
well organised waya clear house style that refers back to the success criteria
Clearly draws upon relevant skills/knowledge/understanding from other units in the specification.
1. Know how to manage and organise your site
2. Identify suitable file types and create your buttons with a consideration of file size
3. Be aware of the copyright information about your new components
Log into your school email
Try and figure out what types of files would go in which folder
Manage your site using the step-by-step guide on the VLE
***Remember to set your folders up first***
Go to the Students Folder and Open and save the Button File types quiz
Can you match the types with the correct descriptions?
Open and Save the LO1 Student evaluation in the students folder
Mark yourself out of 9 on slide 1 and then out of 11 on slide 2
Check your school email and read the criteria for the 3 mark bands
This is for Learning Outcome 2 - Creating your Website
What mark would you give yourself?
(don't reply, type a reply and save it as a draft email)
1. Understand Learning Outcome 2
2. Adapt your Prezi to match your website
3. Update your planning documents
Create a suitable Prezi for your website
remember the aim and audience of your product
Map of venue
History of company
Open your draft email and re-consider the criteria
would you still give yourself the same mark?
Open and edit your planning documentation to reflect your changes
Learning Outcome 3: Usability Testing
Testing & Evaluation
- You need to firstly test the
of your website.
Examples of things to test: rollovers, navigation of buttons, dropdown rollover, dropdown navigation, slideshows, hyperlinks, animations
You then need to look at your
and state whether you have met this. Refer to your
Examples include it will be aimed at 17-23 year olds; how have you done this? One of your success criteria may be to have lots of interactive features