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Individual Case Project – Chapter 13 Final Project Finalize your project Web site by testing the finished design in multiple browsers and making any necessary adjustments or changes to support compatibility. If available, post your Web site to the class Web hosting area for live testing on the Internet. If you cannot post your Web site to the Web, prepare a CD or flash drive with your content to submit to the Instructor. If possible, enlist three to five people to review your Web site and fill out either your online or paper-based user feedback form. Compile the results and write a short paper detailing the results of your testing and what they indicate about the effectiveness of your design. Point out the areas that you feel could benefit from user recommendations. List any assumptions you made about the Web site and how users either confirmed or denied these assumptions. If time allows, prepare to present and defend your Web design to your fellow students. In other words, create a FAQ (frequently asked questions) document with 3-5 questions about your web site and your answers. Prepare a short paper (1-2 pages) where you can present your design ideas and reasons for building the site. Deliverables: – Feedback paper detailing the results of your survey – Short presentation (1-2 pages) presenting your design ideas and reasons for building the site – FAQ sheet

Individual Case Project – Chapter 13
Final Project
Finalize your project Web site by testing the finished design in multiple browsers and making any necessary adjustments or changes to support compatibility. If available, post your Web site to the class Web hosting area for live testing on the Internet. If you cannot post your Web site to the Web, prepare a CD or flash drive with your content to submit to the Instructor.
 
If possible, enlist three to five people to review your Web site and fill out either your online or paper-based user feedback form. Compile the results and write a short paper detailing the results of your testing and what they indicate about the effectiveness of your design. Point out the areas that you feel could benefit from user recommendations. List any assumptions you made about the Web site and how users either confirmed or denied these assumptions.
 
If time allows, prepare to present and defend your Web design to your fellow students. In other words, create a FAQ (frequently asked questions) document with 3-5 questions about your web site and your answers. Prepare a short paper (1-2 pages) where you can present your design ideas and reasons for building the site.
 
Deliverables:
- Feedback paper detailing the results of your survey
- Short presentation (1-2 pages) presenting your design ideas and reasons for building the site
- FAQ sheet

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