Web site Planning Models
Web site planning models is the course where you will learn how important planning is to the successful design and deployment of a Web site.
This is the first in a three-part series that teaches you the requirements for planning a Web site. In this course, you will be introduced to two fundamental models, the Web Interaction Model, which illustrates the dynamic nature of a typical Web interaction,
and the Web Site Development Process Model, which shows how a Web design team turns a Web site project plan into an effective Web site.
In addition to understanding how particular processes can work, the models will provide you with a working vocabulary for explaining exactly what is happening when a user accesses a Web site, or when a Web team pulls together to build a site that effectively meets the client's business needs.
- After completing the course, you will be able to:
- Describe how models help to conceptualize the complexity of a Web interaction
- Compare various classic Web models to the Web Interaction Model
- Explain how each layer of the Web Interaction Model functions
- Describe the six phases of the Web Site Development Process Model
- Define the roles of specific Web design team members, including their objectives, activities and deliverables for each phase of the Web site development process
In this course, you will learn the dynamics of the Web and of a Web design team, with three kinds of applets:
- the Tooltip
- the SlideShow,
and ordering exercises. QuickChecks allow you to instantly assess if you are retaining what you are learning, and quizzes and exercises allow you to apply what you've learned to solve more complex problems.
Web Site Planning Models is the first of three courses in the Planning Web Site Requirements series.
In the next lesson, you will learn what you need to take this course.