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    Web design part 1 Web design part 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Writing for the Web
      Matthew Mobbs
      e: mjm33@le.ac.uk
      web: http://www2.le.ac.uk/Members/mjm33
      twitter: mjmobbs
    • Session 1: Writing for the web
      Why the web?
      What makes a good website?
    • Why the web?
      Quick way to release latest research
      No publishing cost
      Wide spread
      Create contacts with similar researchers
      Raise educational/awareness to general public
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sna_large.png
    • A word of warning!
      The web is full of poor quality unsupported research.
      A professional style and presentation is vital to make your research stand out.
      How is this achieved?
    • Four Key Elements of web design
      Presentation
      • Impact
      • First view: what is the ‘home’ page like?
      • Official/academic source?
      • Clear headings/colour/text?
      • Adverts
      Structure
      • Contents/abstract
      • Clear what the site is about
      • Level of knowledge required
      • Headings/subheadings
      • Ease of navigation
      Referencing & Illustrations
      • Referencing Materials online: same rules as published work
      • Student Development Guide
      • Linking references: Hyperlink or Bibliography
      • How are illustrations used: Disturb flow or thumbnails?
      Writing Style
      • Long pages are difficult to read
      • Short blocks of text – Headings/pages
      • Style of prose – target audience
      Main Heading
      Sub Heading
      • text
      Sub Heading 2
      • text
      Main Heading
      Sub Heading
      Sub Heading 2
    • Four Key Elements of web design
      Presentation
      • Impact
      • First view: what is the ‘home’ page like?
      • Official/academic source?
      • Clear headings/colour/text?
      • Adverts
      Structure
      • Contents/abstract
      • Clear what the site is about
      • Level of knowledge required
      • Headings/subheadings
      • Ease of navigation
      Referencing & Illustrations
      • Referencing Materials online: same rules as published work
      • Student Development Guide
      • Linking references: Hyperlink or Bibliography
      • How are illustrations used: Disturb flow or thumbnails?
      Writing Style
      • Long pages are difficult to read
      • Short blocks of text – Headings/pages
      • Style of prose – target audience
      Main Heading
      Sub Heading
      • text
      Sub Heading 2
      • text
      Main Heading
      Sub Heading
      Sub Heading 2