Ch 13 - Evaluating Document, Web Design

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Reviewing, Testing and Evaluating Web Sites Chapter 13
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 2 Understanding the Process of Creating Web Sites GOOGLE database linked to 8 billion pages With 80 million Web sites (of 100 pages) in 2005
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 3 Understanding the Process of Creating Web Sites No search engine can index the entire Web! 730 million searches per day worldwide (10% to 20% growth per year) An average American spends 1.5 hours a day searching the Web "More than 77% of Web users find Web searching frustrating" (SearchEngineWatch.com) Google has indexed 8 billion Web pages (175,000 computers dedicated to indexing) 51% of all users use Google "Even a blind squirrel finds a nut occasionally. ..“
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 4 Understanding the Process of Creating Web Sites
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 5 Analyze your audience and purpose. Design the site and its pages. Create and code the content. Revise and test the site. Launch the site. Register the site with search engines. Maintain the site. Understanding the Process of Creating Web Sites
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 6 Designing Effective Sites and Pages Aim for simplicity. Make the text easy to read and understand. Create informative headers and footers. Help visitors navigate the site. Create clear, informative links. Avoid Web clichés. Include extra features your visitors might need.
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Chapter 13 Reviewing, Evaluating and Testing Web Sites 2007 Bedford/St. Martins 7 Designing Effective Sites and Pages With luck most of us can Google ourselves and find something .
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