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● Who is your target audience?
Describe your target audience by age, gender, socio-economic characteristics,
and so on.
● What opportunity or issue is your site addressing? Note : Your site might be
addressing the opportunity of providing information about a topic to others,
creating an initial Web presence for a company, and so on.
● What type of content might be included in your site?
Describe the type of text, graphics, and media you will need for the site.
● List at least two related or similar sites found on the Web.
Hand in this document to your instructor for approval of your Web project
2. Web Project Site Map. Use the drawing features of a word processing program, a
graphic application, or paper and pencil to create a site map of your Web site
that shows the hierarchy of pages and relationships between pages. Hand in this
document to your instructor.
3. Web Project Page Layout Design. Use the drawing features of a word processing
program, a graphic application, or paper and pencil to create wireframe page lay-
outs for the home page and content pages of your site. Unless otherwise directed
by your instructor, use the style for page layout composition shown in Figures
5.25, 5.26, and 5.27. Indicate where the logo, navigation, text, and images will
be located. Do not worry about exact wording or exact images. Hand in these
documents to your instructor.