TechComm, Lecture 10 - Websites 1

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Unformatted text preview: WEBSITES, PART 1 Technical Communication Technical Communications, University of Tehran. Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 1. Analyzing you audience and purpose 2. Designing the site and its pages 3. Creating and coding the content 4. Revising and testing the site 1. Launching the site 2. Registering the Site with Search Engines 3. Maintaining the Site Process of Creating Websites Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 2 Technical Communications, University of Tehran. General considerations for technical document Who are the readers? Why would they come to your site? What kinds of information do they seek? What are you specific goals for this site? Additional considerations for websites Downloading information? Equipment of your readers? Need to print out the website? Disabilities? Native speakers of English? Websites are living documents! Analyzing Audience and Purpose Dr. Soltanianzadeh, Dr. Rahmani 3 Technical Communications, University of Tehran. Website fundamentally different than written article Readers tend to jump from place to place Limited attention Information overload Organize information hierarchically, NOT linearly Simplicity is key....
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2010 for the course ECE TECHCOMM taught by Professor Prof.soltanianzdeh during the Spring '10 term at Shahid Beheshti University.

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TechComm, Lecture 10 - Websites 1 - WEBSITES, PART 1...

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