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c. Review Figure 5.42 and complete the information below.
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Indicate the type(s) of navigation evident.
Describe how the design principles of contrast, repetition, alignment, and
proximity are applied. Be specific.
2. Practice creating site maps for the following situations. You may either draw
your site map using a pencil and a ruler or use software such as Microsoft Visio,
Microsoft Word, or Microsoft PowerPoint.
a. Doug Kowalski is a freelance photographer specializing in nature photography. He
often gets work on contract, shooting photos for textbooks and journals. Doug
would like a Web site that showcases his talents and that provides publishers with an
easy way to contact him. He would like a home page, a few pages with samples of
his nature photographs, and a contact page. Create a site map based on this scenario.
b. Mary Ruarez owns a business, named Just Throw Me, that handcrafts specialty
pillows. She currently sells at craft fairs and local gift shops but would like to
expand her business to the Web. She would like a Web site with a home page, a
page that describes her products, a page for each of her seven pillow styles, and
an order page. She has been advised that since she is collecting information from
individuals, a page describing her privacy policy would be a good idea. Create a
site map based on this scenario.
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