Create a new chapter in your design document called User Experience. Add the audience definition, and incorporate the scenarios.

PART ONE  (2 pages ) 

our overall assignment for the term is to follow the steps in this tutorial to develop a design document for a website to support students in the ITM programs as they move through it from the first courses to the last.

http://www.webmonkey.com/2010/02/information_architecture_tutorial/

you are to read through the Overview and Lesson 1(Information Architecture Tutorial

Information Architecture Tutorial – Lesson 1), and carry out the first steps: goals definition for the website.

The lesson outlines a series of questions to structure your goals.

It suggests asking a range of respondents about the questions; clearly, this may be outside your present scope.

PART TWO ( 2 PAGES)

 

For this asigment, you are to continue to work with the information architecture tutorial at Webmonkey.com. http://www.webmonkey.com/2010/02/information_architecture_tutorial/

Please read through Lesson 2 [1], and follow its steps for creating Chapter 2 of your design document:

· Define the Audience

· Create Scenarios

· Competitive Analysis

This part of the tutorial concludes:

“It is time to document what you have just done. Create a new chapter in your design document called User Experience. Add the audience definition, and incorporate the scenarios. You could try to integrate the scenarios with the audience definition, but it is probably better to put them in their own section. Next, write up a summary of the competitive analysis and add it to the design document. The competitive analysis itself should be included as an appendix

 
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