Thursday, 18 March 2010

7. Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?

The preliminary task for when we first got showed the programme I web was about a school that we had to create a website for, I found it hard to get used to how to work I web and found it quite hard, but as I have been working with it for a while since starting the website of our charity I am now confident with it. We produced 2 pages the home page and a media department page these included simple pictures and hyper links which were quite easy and simple to create.
Our main website 'babies in need' was a big upgrade from the level we were working in the preliminary website. Our main website let us use a wider range of tools making more pages and linking more pages together and using a variety of pictures, which made this website a lot more interesting than the preliminary one. We got our inspiration from other websites with the same target audience as us such as 'children in need' which helped us get ideas and make our website look better. We had a navigation bar at the left hand side of the page which included a variety of different hyperlinks which was different to what our preliminary website had. Also to add to the professionalism of our website we used pictures which were of high quality with the help of the programme photoshop.
I feel as I have got used to using all these programmes that the end finish of our website is at a high and professional standard. And that I have improved which is evident from what our preliminary website is like compared to our final and main website.

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