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Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
Week 6 1 Listing The Elements
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Week 6 1 Listing The Elements

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  • 1. Listing the elements
    Gathering and PreparingText, Numbers and Images
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 2. Listing the Elements
    You’ve completed the site design..now what?
    It’s time to prepare the content
    A site could contain:
    Paragraphs of text
    Hundreds of graphics and pictures
    Sounds
    Videos
    Logos
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 3. Listing the Elements
    Step 1:
    Remember your flow chart?
    Use it to create a list of the elements on each page
    The list describes each:
    Image/graphic
    Video or Sound
    Logo
    Column of text
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 4. Listing the Elements
    Which elements appear on this site?
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 5. Listing the Elements
    Continental Airlines element listing
    Logo (upper left corner)
    Navigation items
    Blue menu bar across the top
    Gold and blue tabs
    Flash specials box
    Search boses
    And much more
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 6. Listing the Elements
    Web site elements:
    Each of the elements exists in its own file
    Logos are generally provided from the company or organization
    Text will generally come from the client as well (usually in a Word document)
    The designer would create the menus, backgrounds, etc., in either Photoshop or Illustrator
    Photos may need to be scanned
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel
  • 7. Listing the Elements
    Think of yourself as a chef!
    You have to assemble the ingredients before you get started!
    Gather the elements before you begin designing.
    Without proper prep, the finished produce will suffer.
    Linda C. Morosko, 2008 The Web Wizard’s Guide to Web Design, James G. Lengel

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