Topic 6 - Web Development

Web Process

  • Planning is the process of defining and gathering information about the web's audience, purpose, objectives, and policies for information development and use.
  • Analysis involves evaluating information consistency and correctness as well as checking the technical makeup of the web.
  • Design is the process of creating a map of the relationships among pages of the web and the look and fell of individual pages.
  • Implementation is the process of creating files of HTML (and associated software, such as Java applets).
  • Integration and system testing is the process to integrate the entire web contents and elements and further tested.
  • Promotion involves providing publicity releases for general web audiences, potential users and current users. Maintenance is the process of continuously and creatively working for improvement in the web to meet user needs.

Web Elements

  • Audience information is a store of knowledge about the target audience for the web as well as the actual audience who uses the web.
  • The purpose statement defines the reason for and scope of the web's existence.
  • The objective list defines the specific goals the web should accomplish.
  • The domain information is a collection of knowledge and information about the subject domain the web covers.
  • The web specification is a detailed description of the constrains and elements that will go into the web.
  • The web presentation is the full description of the technical structures (hypertext and other media) by which the web is delivered to the users.

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