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Appendix A

Proposed Website Project Overview and Timeline

Proposed Website Overview

Project Proposal

Project Timeline

You should budget your time wisely and work on your project as required by the syllabus. As outlined below, some assignments in the course are designed to assist you in creating your proposed website. If you complete your course activities and use the feedback provided by the instructor, you will be on the right track to successfully complete the assignments on your proposed website.

□ Suggested in Week One: This will not be submitted until Week Two.

Decide on the Web site topic and theme for your project. You design the Project plan for a 5- to 7-page Web site throughout the course. Once your topic or theme has been decided on, it may not be changed; therefore, considerable thought should be put into this decision.

Possibilities include developing a Web site Plan for

• your favorite charitable organization.

• a professional portfolio about yourself.

• a small business needing a Web presence.

• your choice.

□ Suggested in Week Two:

CheckPoint: Web Site Plan Part One

Begin a professionally written Web site plan following APA standards. This first assignment must include the following:

• A title page

• The site purpose: A short paragraph to describe the purpose of the Web site

• Target audience: Bullet point list of your target audience

• Message: Create a slogan for the site. It must be 10 words or less, but must drive the site purpose to the audience. Write 2 to 3 sentences explaining how the slogan with drive the Web site content.

Examples: Driver’s Wantedsm by Volkswagen, Just do it™ by Nike, They're gr-r-reat!® by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes™, or Breakfast of champions™ by Wheaties™

Assignment: Project Proposal: Site Structure

Submit the second section of a Web site plan illustrating the site structure to...