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IS 2040 Web Development Final Project Center for Elections Website Presentation

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  1. Braves Web Development Inc Bringing the World a Brave New Idea In Web Design IS 2040 Web Development Final ProjectCenter for Elections Website Presentation

  2. The Team • Jerald Goodoien • Jinna Marbry • George “Mike” May • Kenny O’Pry • Elizabeth “Michelle” White

  3. Introduction Increase Website Visitation / Usage OUR GOALS More Contemporary Theme Increase Readability Better Navigation Adopt a new Color Scheme that fits with KSU

  4. Development ConsiderationPoints of Website Design • 1. We wanted to make sure the site could be maintained with any development.(Dreamweaver, Frontpage, etc) • * Developed and Tested in both. • 2. We used Javascript to create professional elements like the sliding navigation bar and the accordion menus. • * Javascript is easy to maintain and can create very sophisticated elements. • 3. We unified the look and feel of all pages with a single template. • *Allows the client to completely change the look and feel of the site with by changing one page.

  5. The Finished Product http://students.kennesaw.edu/~gmay2/2040/project/

  6. Does It Work? Validating Our Code • We used two different validation services to check • our site for errors. • W3C Markup Validation Service • Validator.w3.org • WDG HTML Validator • Htmlhelp.com/tools/validator • Both returned 19 errors after validating the site • Some doc-type errors • Some end tags for elements that were not open • (e.g. </p> with no <p> open) • A repeated id tag that was already defined • No character encoding • Once we reviewed the information, we were able to correct these errors, and ensure that our was running as it should be.

  7. USER FRIENDLINESS?Assessibility Evaluation • User Information Collected • Name • E-Mail Address • Evaluation Information • Monitor Size • Computer Type • Browser • Colors • Text Size • Readability • Overall Reaction

  8. OUR FEEDBACK

  9. ACCESSIBILITY REPORT Findings Reported 7 Known Problems 5 Likely Problems 13 Potential Problems All Reported Problem Areas Can Be Addressed!

  10. Upon Completion Experience • Jerald- • George- • Jinna- • Kenny- • Elizabeth- It’s All Yours now! Maintenance – Closing Thoughts – Thank You!