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The introduction about your selected website. All the relevant information and background details should include.

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Assessment 2:

Assessment type: Individual written assessment (1,000 words)

Purpose: Assessment 1 is a report critically analysing a nominated website. Students must identify all the good interface design principles used in the website design. The report should point out the good and bad practices of interface design. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes a and b.

 

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ABN: 72 132 629 979

CRICOS 03171A

ICT203

King's Own Institute

Business/Corporate Website

NGO /Non-Profit Website

Entertainment Website

Portfolio Website

Web Portals Website

The report should include the following points:

1. Introduction: The introduction about your selected website. All the relevant information and background details should include.

2. Website Structure: The structure of your chosen website should be covered properly. The report should include how the website is set up, the individual subpages are linked to one another etc.

3. Interface Design: Identify at least 5-6 good and bad interface design principles used in the website design. Justify the good and bad interface design identified by you.

4. Screenshots: Provide screenshot samples for all the good and bad interface design principles you have identified in the website and support those with discussion.

5. Conclusion and Recommendations: After the analysis provide a comprehensive summary of the report. Also, add the limitations you have studied and what will be the future scope to overcome those limitations.

Assessment 2 Marking Rubric:

Criteria

Unsatisfactory

Answer the given questions

Fail (0 - 49%)

Satisfactory Pass (50 - 64%)

Effective Credit (65-74%)

Excellent

Distinction

Introduction

13 Marks

No introduction given Jor most of the introduction is irrelevant

Introduction of the business case is provided with some details and limited cohesion

Introduction of the business case is provided with most of the required details in a cohesive manner

(75-84%)

Introduction of the business case is provided with all of

Exceptional

High Distinction (85-100%)

Introduction of the business case is provided with all details presented

the required details insystematically in a a comprehensive and comprehensive and cohesive manner cohesive manner

 

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