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  • Chris Tagoe Domain
    Domain DEC 4 Planning Web Projects Planning Web Project Web sites are developed by groups of people to meet the needs of other groups of people Unfortunately Web projects are often approached as a technology problem and projects are colored from the beginning by enthusiasms for particular Web techniques or browser plug ins Flash digital media XML databases etc not by real human or business needs People are the key to successful Web projects To create a substantial site you ll need content experts writers information architects graphic designers technical experts and a producer or committee chair responsible for seeing the project to completion If your site is successful it will have to be genuinely useful to your target audience meeting their needs and expectations without being too hard to use Although the people who will actually use your site will determine whether the project is a success ironically those very users are the people least likely to be present and involved when your site is designed and built Remember that the site development team should always function as an active committed advocate for the users and their needs Experienced committee warriors may be skeptical here these are fine sentiments but can you really do this in the face of management pressures budget limitations and divergent stakeholder interests Yes you can because you have no choice if you really want your Web project to succeed If you listen only to management directives keep the process sealed tightly within your development team and dictate to imagined users what the team imagines is best for them be prepared for failure Involve real users listen and respond to what they say test your designs with them and keep the site easy to use and the project will be a success What are your goals A short statement identifying two or three goals should be the foundation of your Web site design The statement should include specific strategies around which the Web site will be designed how long the site design construction and evaluation periods will be and specific quantitative and qualitative measures of how the success of the site will be evaluated Building a Web site is an ongoing process not a one time project with static content Long term editorial management and technical maintenance must be covered in your budget and production plans for the site Without this perspective your electronic publication will suffer the same fate as many corporate communications initiatives an enthusiastic start without lasting accomplishments Know your audience The next step is to identify the potential readers of your Web site so that you can structure the site design to meet their needs and expectations The knowledge background interests and needs of users will vary from tentative novices who need a carefully structured introduction to expert power users who may chafe at anything that seems to patronize them or delay their access to information A well designed system should be able to accommodate a range of users skills and

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  • Chris Tagoe Domain
    DEC 4 12 comments Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit Pellentesque venenatis libero at ullamcorper pellentesque nisl magna sodales elit laoreet elementum massa nisi ut ipsum Aenean sagittis massa pretium lectus tristique blandit Phasellus ac lacus a lectus varius sodales eu sit amet metus Pellentesque a dolor nec felis fringilla ultricies Read more About Me and Aims and Objectives Firstly I am a Certified Web Technologist graduated from the Firstly I am a Certified Web Technologist graduated from the International Webmasters Association as Web Technologist I ve established myself as one of the leading developers of new technology in Geneva I intend to continue to push the boundaries of technology developing exciting and Web Business developments for the global market I have a culture of innovation where I can make a difference Therefore I intend joining a team in an IT department or design firm where I will contribute to dynamic and exciting web sites as I utilize the knowledge I now have while continuing to learn the latest in Web Technologies Contact Information 18 Avenue Du Lignon 1219 Le Lignon CH E Mail c christagoe org Phone 41 0 22 797 2887 41 0 76 595 1656 by C Tagoe Brad on 12 13 09 Links Web Resources International Web Masters Association Web Coding WVB Web Projects Ghana Permanent Mission Geneva Uganda Mission Brussels Church of the Living Saviour African Exchange WebMaster Domain DEC 4 Role of Systems Analyst Role of Systems Analyst The system analyst is the person or persons who guides through the development of an information system In performing these tasks the analyst must always match the information system objectives with the goals of the organization Role of System Analyst differs from organization to organization Most common responsibilities of System Analyst are following System

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  • Chris Tagoe Domain
    venenatis libero at ullamcorper pellentesque nisl magna sodales elit laoreet elementum massa nisi ut ipsum Aenean sagittis massa pretium lectus tristique blandit Phasellus ac lacus a lectus varius sodales eu sit amet metus Pellentesque a dolor nec felis fringilla ultricies Read more Article 3 DEC 4 12 comments Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit Pellentesque venenatis libero at ullamcorper pellentesque nisl magna sodales elit laoreet elementum massa nisi ut ipsum Aenean sagittis massa pretium lectus tristique blandit Phasellus ac lacus a lectus varius sodales eu sit amet metus Pellentesque a dolor nec felis fringilla ultricies Read more Article 4 DEC 4 12 comments Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit Pellentesque venenatis libero at ullamcorper pellentesque nisl magna sodales elit laoreet elementum massa nisi ut ipsum Aenean sagittis massa pretium lectus tristique blandit Phasellus ac lacus a lectus varius sodales eu sit amet metus Pellentesque a dolor nec felis fringilla ultricies Read more About Me and Aims and Objectives Firstly I am a Certified Web Technologist graduated from the Firstly I am a Certified Web Technologist graduated from the International Webmasters Association as Web Technologist I ve established myself as one of the leading developers of new technology in Geneva I intend to continue to push the boundaries of technology developing exciting and Web Business developments for the global market I have a culture of innovation where I can make a difference Therefore I intend joining a team in an IT department or design firm where I will contribute to dynamic and exciting web sites as I utilize the knowledge I now have while continuing to learn the latest in Web Technologies Links Web Resources International Web Masters Association Web Coding WVB Systems Applications Programming Other skills Hard and Software Windows Built on NT Windows Server 2003

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  • Chris Tagoe Domain
    4 12 comments Web sites are developed by groups of people to meet the needs of other groups of people Unfortunately Web projects are often approached as a technology problem and projects are colored from the beginning by enthusiasms for particular Web techniques or browser plug ins Flash digital media XML databases etc not by real human or business needs People are the key to successful Web projects To create a substantial site you ll need content experts writers information architects graphic designers technical experts and a producer or committee chair responsible for seeing the project to completion Read more Web Administrator DEC 4 12 comments Organizes coordinates and facilitates efforts in the planning design organization development maintenance and consistency of County web based services Implements programs and analyzes effectivenesss Coordinates the collection and analysis of data and other information Oversees interns or staff as assigned Exercises independent judgment in analyzing problems issues and situations develops and implements recommendations Plans conducts and presents at meetings Assists managenment and other staff as directed Complies with legal standards and requirements Read more Web Editor DEC 4 12 comments Web editors produce and or maintain one or more collection s and or resource s within the context of the LSE website In doing so web editors share ownership of the collection s and or resource s they produce and or maintain with the Web Services team The emphasis of this shared ownership is upon enabling web editors to operate autonomously within the context of a wider framework operated by the Web Services team The role of a web editor differs slightly depending on whether the web pages they manage use LSE template or not or are independent web services Read more About Me and Aims and Objectives Firstly I am a Certified Web

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain
    that I have started putting all together the skills that I have learned from the International Webmasters Association I intend to continue to push the boundaries of technology developing exciting and Web Business development for the golobal market I have a culture of innovation where I can make a diference Below are my projects so far released up to date Main Site Project Project Main Site 2 Project Project Project

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  • Valited Web Sites
    stuff happens Projects wow that titles pretty large you can change all of that in the stylesheet Business Writing It s all about Busines writing Certified My Certification Zone Embedded CSS Site embedded with CSS2 WebMaster Design with XHTML CSS2

    Original URL path: http://www.christagoe.org/webmaster/ct21.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Process of Web Projects
    goals statement from the planning phase as well as the structural details of the site Complete project outsorcing Certification outsorcing Project Management outsorcing Web Technologist outsorcing Goals and strategies What is the mission of your organization How will creating a Web site support your mission What are your two or three most important goals for the site Who is the primary audience for the Web site What do you want the audience to think or do after having visited your site What Web related strategies will you use to achieve those goals How will you measure the success of your site How will you adequately maintain the finished site Production issues How many pages will the site contain What is the maximum acceptable count under this budget What special technical or functional requirements are needed What is the budget for the site What is the production schedule for the site including intermediate milestones and dates Who are the people or vendors on the development team and what are their responsibilities These are big questions and the broad conceptual issues are too often dismissed as committees push toward starting the real work of designing and building a Web site However if you cannot confidently answer all of these questions then no amount of design or production effort can guarantee a useful result Avoiding scope creep The site specification defines the scope of your project that is what and how much you need to do the budget and the development schedule Scope creep is the most prevalent cause of Web project failures In badly planned projects scope creep is the gradual but inexorable process by which previously unplanned features are added content and features are padded to mollify each stakeholder group major changes in content or site structure during site construction are made and more content or interactive functionality than you originally agreed to create is stuffed in No single overcommitment is fatal but the slow steady accumulation of additions and changes is often enough to blow budgets ruin schedules and bury what might have been an elegant original plan under megabytes of muddle and confusion Don t leap into building a Web site before you understand what you want to accomplish and before you have developed a solid and realistic site specification for creating your Web site The more carefully you plan the better off you will be when you begin to build your site One excellent way to keep a tight rein on the overall scope of the site content is to specify a maximum page count in the site specification Although a page count is hardly infallible as a guide after all Web pages can be arbitrarily long it serves as a constant reminder to everyone involved of the project s intended scope If the page count goes up make it a rule to revisit the budget implications automatically the cold realities of budgets and schedules will often cool the enthusiasm to stuff in just one more page A

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain Web Links
    Wide shots have too much detail to make sense at low resolution Shoot against a simple monochromatic background whenever possible This will make small video images easier to understand and will increase the efficiency of compression Use a tripod to minimize camera movement A camera locked in one position will minimize the differences between frames and greatly improve video compression Avoid zooming and panning These can make low frame rate

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