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|I Rawk Yer Sawks||
Posted: Aug 29 2006, 11:51 AM
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1. Define storyboarding. The process of creating an easy to use website structure.
2. What does storyboarding involve? Linking together all planned web pages in a visual model.
3. Give at least 2 reasons why should we "chunk" information in a website? Easier to find information, pieces of relative information are easier to organize.
4. According to the 8.01 reading, how many printed pages should your average "chunk" produce? One to three.
5. What is the ultimate objective of storyboarding? When should you do this? To organize a web site in a convenient way for users.
6. What are the three parts of a well done storyboard? List and define each.
7. What are the four different design structures that may be used in developing web site organization?
8. What is meant by "hierarchy?" How does it relate to the "ranking" and organization of a website?
9. What is the relationship between a site organization and "reader returns?"
10. In order to clearly establish the logical relationships for the reader, you should be consistent in ____________________, ______________________, __________________________, and ____________________.
11. Which two storyboard/hierarchy structures should be avoided? Why?
12. Which storyboard structure is most desirable in a website? Why?
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