Isys568projectreport - BAY SPORTS ISYS 568 FINAL PROJECT https\/52.201.3.92\/groupf By Group F Sheena Lal Miguel Velasco Daniel Nguyen and Jose Rocha 1

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BAY SPORTSISYS 568 FINAL PROJECTBy Group F: Sheena Lal , Miguel Velasco, Daniel Nguyen, and Jose Rocha1. Executive Summary1
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People in the Bay Area are passionate about different kind of sports. Since they have a variety of sport teams located in our proximity area, it is important to keep their fans posted about scores, statistics, and general news about their favorite teams and players. Nowadays, technology is available for most of the people in the bay area. Free wifi is offered in cafes, hotspots, and schools; as well as internet services in our smartphones and tablets. New technology has replaced traditional ways to keep users informed (TV, radio) being this an excellent opportunity to share all this information on the web. Bay Sports is a website that has been created to target sports fans, specifically fans that follow local teams. All the information offered on our website is always related to our bay area teams, such as the 49ers or Giants; as we try keep our fans posted about:News feedsHighlightsStandingsScoresEtc.2. Core ConceptsBay Sports has been created by our company team members, and it is updated as we receive and collect the news information on our local teams. The goal when we created the website was to share information among group members, by posting the latest news for our usersto read. When using Web 2.0, the creation of websites such as Bay Sports is easy and convenient for people like us, the administrators. The interaction between users and the website itself is easyand doable; being this is one of the major advantages when using this technology. User-centric Experience2
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We will allow our users for setting preferences and/or saving and sharing productcollections as a means to promote sales.Online CollaborationCreating content or doing business on the web allows people to interact with us and each other from anywhere. Collaboration can be as simple as allowing for reader feedback via comments, or as complicated as allowing for a sales force to share notes in aprivate meeting space. Simple Content SharingKnowledge was once considered power, but in the internet era it is a business card. Sharing users’ information helps build credibility in communicating your ideas or promoting our site. Making it easy for visitors to get site content it their convenience is critical. Powerful User ExperienceWeb 2.0 web sites usually combine aesthetically pleasing graphics, simple page layout and navigation, and rich interactivity that can rival desktop applications.
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  • Summer '19
  • Business, San Francisco, San Francisco Bay Area, Oakland Athletics, San Jose, California, Bay Sports

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