Designing A Website (Record no. 137724)

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Publisher number 1065007
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System control number (OCoLC)921956193
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Original cataloging agency VDU
Language of cataloging eng
Transcribing agency VDU
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Title Designing A Website
264 #1 - PRODUCTION, PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, MANUFACTURE, AND COPYRIGHT NOTICE
Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture [San Francisco, California, USA] :
Name of producer, publisher, distributor, manufacturer Kanopy Streaming,
Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture, or copyright notice 2015.
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Extent 1 online resource (streaming video file)
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Playing time Duration: 46 minutes
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Content type term two-dimensional moving image
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Media type term computer
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Carrier type term online resource
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General note In Process Record.
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Date/time and place of an event note Originally produced by TV Choice in 2007.
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Summary, etc. The worldwide web has given birth to a new profession - the website designer. What does a website designer do? How do you design a website that works? Mark Shufflebottom, lecturer in interactive media design at Bournemouth University and Catherine Tidnam, web manager of the Food and Drink Federation, give their views. THE EARLY DAYS: The early days of website design were anarchic - with garish designs, numerous sites dedicated to people's cats (among other things), and problems of technology compatibility. Then standards were established and - a crucial step -- design and content were separated by means of CSS and XHTML files. "THE GOLDEN RULES": But how do you set about designing a good website? What are the "golden rules"? The first is plan it out: you work out a list of everything on your site - the site map. Next you work on the graphics - how it's going to look. REMEMBER THE AUDIENCE: Critical to everything the website designer does is the audience the site's aimed at. What might work for a young audience, might seem too jokey for an older audience. Sometimes the best design is the one you don't even notice... TEST IT OUT: It's vital to try out the website - make sure it works before you launch it. But testing is an ongoing thing, too - otherwise you run the risk of complacency. NAVIGATION: Buttons and links help us navigate around a website - but it must be obvious what lies behind the button or link. Standard controls are helpful, too. FONTS AND PICTURES: Typography and the choice of fonts you can use are more limited on the web. And it's important not to overload your site with images. THE HOME PAGE: Experts say the website has only two seconds to catch its visitor - so your home page must communicate instantly, directly. WEBSITES IN ACTION: But how well designed are the famous-name websites? Amazon, Nike, eBay and Transport for London are assessed and their strengths and weaknesses analysed. THE WEB 2.0 REVOLUTION: Web 2.0 is the next generation of websites. The technology hasn't really changed but now the emphasis is on sharing - sharing pictures, video, experience. AND THE FUTURE? The broadband revolution means more convergence of radio, television, news and the web. Rss - really simple syndication - feeds have made possible "citizen journalism". We can now find out about what's going on in the world more quickly and directly than ever before.
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Language note In English
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Uncontrolled term K-12
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Uncontrolled term Marketing; Advertising and PR
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Corporate name or jurisdiction name as entry element Kanopy (Firm)
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Uniform Resource Identifier <a href="https://britishcouncil.kanopy.com/node/65008">https://britishcouncil.kanopy.com/node/65008</a>
Public note A Kanopy streaming video
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