Final Project Specifications

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Nov 3, 2013 (4 years and 11 days ago)

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2440:141 Web Site Admi nistration

The Uni versity of Akron

Dept of Business Technology

Final Project Specificati ons

Summit College

Computer Information Systems


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Final Project Specifications


Instructions

The project must focus on developing a plan for building a Web site. Without building the actual site, develop a
plan for building a Web site based on your knowledge of
the
Internet

and Web application tools and resources. If
you decide on using a specific Web tool/resource for instance, explain the alternatives you considered, information
about the chosen resource and the reason
s

for your choice. The details for the project are as

follows:


General
Requirements:



Title page



with the course number, course name, title of project, student name, and date centered
vertically and horizontally on the page



Table of contents page and works c
ited (
b
ibliography) page

using APA format



1
2



15
double
-
spaced
pages (not including

the

Titl
e, Table of
Contents

and

the

Bibliography/Works Cited

page
s
)



12
-
pt.
serif (
Courier New
or Times New Roman)
font



1” margin (top, bottom, left, right)

with



A

footer on each page (except the Title page) with page number
s




Organization of Project (
15

points)

o

Project format and cohesion of contents

o

Title page
, t
able of contents
, and w
orks cited (bibliography)





Project Description (5 points)

o

A 1
-
page narrative
describ
ing

the scope of the project, reasons behind the choice of the project’s
concept/Web site, anticipated challenges, potential challenges, etc.




Web Site
Development and Management
Plan (40 points)

o

Target audience



a narrative describing the demograp
hics of the target audience

o

Timelines



details about when to finish sections of the project, the reasons for setting those timelines,
potential challenges,
etc.
)

o

Hosting



review

of

decision about whether to create a server, use dedicated server, etc and
the pros
and cons of your choice
in relation to the
alternative choices)

o

Hardware considerations




choice of hardware resources needed for the project

o

Software considerations



choice of software resources (e.g.
Web server software, data analysis
software,
etc.
) for the project and

the pros and cons about
your choice in relation to their alternatives

o

Domain name registration



review of the possible
necessity of a domain name
, the type of the top
level domain (TLD
)

and whethe
r your choice is available




Tools for the Web Site Development (
20

points)


o

Without actually building the site, discuss the tools you may want to
use to
develop the structure and
contents of the Web, the pros and cons of your choice in relatio
n to other competitive tools and the
rationale behind your choice. The tools may include but not limited to:



Web authoring tools



Dreamweaver, Frontpage, GoLive,
etc.



Client & server s
cripting languages



JavaScript, VBScript, JSP, ASP, PHP,
etc.



Securit
y considerations



resources to help handle Web security




Site Structure (
10

points)

o

Site map


a storyboard

(flowchart)

showing how the links will connect to each other

o

Contents



describe some of the anticipated contents on the site




Visual Interface
(1
0

points)



provide ideas about how you may want your site to look like, by reviewing some
sample interfaces and a sketch of your anticipated
Web site (particularly, the home

page
)
.