Planning Website Deployment
Website Planning Models
Web Interaction Model.
Web Development Process Model
Backbones Network Access Points
URL Functional Components
Domain Levels Defined
Registerin Domain Names.
Describe Internet Protocols
Specifying IP Addresses
Define Remote System Web
Planning Network Requirements
Designing Network Architecture
Evaluating Network Capacity
Network Infrastructure Strategies
Share WebsiteActivity Mirroring
Planning Hardware Requirements
Hardware Types Functions
Server Transfer Loads
Connectivity Hardware Devices
Device Security Hardware Problems
Identify Strategies Hardware Risks
Team Roles Responsibilities
Successful Website Characteristics
Website Signs Metaphors
Evaluating Website Functionality
Ask The Right Questions - Exercise
Given a scenario, formulate five questions that the tech team may ask the client.
The exercise is worth 10 points; when you have completed the exercise, click the
button to send your answer.
In this exercise, we describe a scenario of a company requesting a Web site from a Web team. You must formulate five questions that the technical team may ask the client based on this scenario.
House-O-Pets specializes in pet products. They have recently decided to sell their products online and have started building a Web site. They soon realized the need to let a professional team do the job for them, and have hired WebTeam.
Here are the documents that the business team sent them earlier to assess their needs and strengths. Read it carefully.
Now click the link to access the site that House-O-Pets had already started.
Familiarize yourself with the site. Then, as a member of WebTeam's technical team, formulate five questions that you would ask the client's IT staff.
If you need a reference point to formulate your questions, you may refer to the Site Planner. If you do not have it, download it from the Resources page.
Submitting the exercise
After you have formulated your questions, place them within the text area below and click the
button to submit your answer.Please reference your questions in the following manner: Question 1, Question 2, etc.