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Purpose: To learn about and analyze the problems/issues that need to be addressed in the website that you will addressing for your [[Final Project]], and to learn about and analyze the audience for the website.
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Purpose: To learn about and analyze the problems/issues that need to be addressed in the website that you will addressing for your [[Final Project]], and to learn about and analyze the audience for the website. Pages 18-24 in the Stolley book lists a lot of good points to use to analyze how well a website is meeting its purpose for its intended audience.
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http://www.paciellogroup.com/resources/whitepapers/WPAssessingUsability.html
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http://www.blizzardinternet.com/whitepapers/website-usability-white-paper/
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And here's a student example:

http://studentwiki.tamucc.edu/wiki/JustinBardin/SGarzaWhitePaper
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What should you include in your White Paper? (We'll work on this together.)

You are basically presenting/discussing the issues related to the topic discussed in the book you are going to review.

[[Post White Papers]] here.
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What should you include in your White Paper. I would suggest that you cover this basic information:
*Information about
the organization the website represents
*The problems/issues (needs)
you have found so far
*Who the audience is for the site - who visits the site, demographics about the users, user preferences, user concerns, what you think the users want to see and why.

Remember, you are basically presenting the information at this point and not trying to solve the problems yet. In your [[Project Plan]], which is the next step in the process of completing your [[Final Project]], you will talk about how to address the concerns you have found
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What should you include in your White Paper? (We'll work on this together.)

You are basically presenting/discussing the issues related to
the topic discussed in the book you are going to review.

[[Post White Papers]] here
.