IT117M1: Complete a detailed plan for a website project in a formal design document.
The first step to any project is planning. It is important to have a plan in place so the project can be executed efficiently. There are a number of tools that can be used for planning and preparing for project execution. You will use one of these tools known as a planning worksheet. Your goal is to plan to create a website for a fictitious restaurant. You will complete the given planning worksheet as preparation for the development of this fictitious restaurant.
Minimum Submission Requirements
This Assessment is the first step in creating a website. While you will not be creating any actual Web pages, you will be compiling the information needed to get started and efficiently work on pages if you were to develop the website.
Your diagram and plan should include the following:
Website plan must include the following pages.
- index.html (home page)
- Additional page (topic of your choice)
- Files must be named as specified in the diagram and worksheet. Arrows should connect pages in site map to show linkage (connection) between pages as shown in sample diagram.
Download website_planning_worksheet.doc and complete all sections. You will use this document to answer important questions about your fictitious website.
- Using research from industry and scholarly resources, the Web, and the sample sitemap document, create a site map for your fictitious restaurant website. Be sure to include all required pages in your site map. Create the site map in MS Word or PowerPoint.
Written work should be free of spelling, grammar, and APA errors. Points deducted from the grade for each writing, spelling, or grammar error are at your instructors discretion. Be sure to appropriately cite all outside research using APA formatting.
Directions for Submitting Your Assessment
Save the Microsoft Word document as Assessment1_Lastname.docx and submit it to the Assessment 1 Dropbox.
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IT117M1: Complete a detailed plan for a website project in a formal design document. Assessment Instructions: The first step to any project is planning. It is important to have a plan in place so the
TITLE OF DOCUMENT 4 Title of Document Student Name University Name USE this template. Delete instructions in yellow once you are done. The gray boxes are simply to show where your information should be input; they will likely disappear when you begin typing. Description: Describe your restaurant. Write a 100 200 word description of your restaurant, including the name of the restaurant. Purpose: What is/are the purpose(s) of my Web site? Include at least one well-written purpose. Example: The purpose of my Web site is to tell potential customers about my familys restaurant. Goals: What are the goals of my web site? List at least three well-written goals in full sentences. Examples: Allow customers to find my familys restaurant via Google Maps. Audience: Who is my target audience? Include at least two specific audiences and include a “behavior” for the audience (what you will expect from them or provide for them). Example: Potential customers who want to try a new restaurant. Color Scheme: Describe the color scheme you will use on your site. What color will your page background be? What color will you use for text? Will headings have a different color than the rest of the text? Example: I will have a light sky blue page background with black text. Page headings will be navy blue. Layout: Which layout will you use? Choose one of the two layouts shown below for your website. Delete the one you will NOT be using. Layout A: Layout B: Content: Define the content of your website. Include at least one sentence for each page. Example: Home Page: This page will contain a logo, heading, navigation bar, and some text to welcome users to the website. Home Page: About Us Page: Menu Page: Contact Us Page: Thank You Page: Chef Page: History Page: