Week 6 1 Listing The Elements

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Week 6 1 Listing The Elements

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

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