Thinking of different
purposes for websites and how to adapt to those purposes.
- A 20 minute class
presentation on either February 24 (chapters 2-4) or February
26 (chapters 5-6).
- The presentation should
explain to the class:
- The unique characteristics
of users with the purpose covered in your chapter
- Identify principles
learned about general website design from studying your particular
- Remember, the rest
of the class will not have read your chapter. You should present
them with the important information from the chapter and given
them some idea of why they might want to read the chapter.
Time frame for project
- No class time provided.
- Assignments of groups
on February 10.
- Class presentation
on schedule above
- Read your chapters
- Meet briefly in week
of February 10-12 to set up meeting time for group during week
of February 12-23.
- Meet one time to discuss
chapter and identify points for class presentation.
- Between meetings find
websites to illustrate points for class presentation.
- Meet a second time
to select websites, divide up tasks, and plan presentation.
- May want to meet a
third time to practice presentation.
Members of Group
Group 1: Learners:
Kevin Brotspies, Michael Buettner, Katie Carpenter, Seth Perelman
Group 2: Shoppers:
Mike Bodnar, Harrison DeStefano, Ruben Diaz, Paul Heayn.
Group 3: Connection
Seekers: Jena Baker, David Frederick, Kelly Frere, Nicholas
Group 4: Transactors:
Allen Fowler, Robert Myers, Holly Neff, Veronica Rodriquez
Group 5: Business
Browsers: Arya Seleh, Ron Thomas, Henri Makembe
Group 6: Fun Seekers:
David Camuzano, Susan Osterlitz, Michael Piercey, Shahab Shokouhi-Behman
Prepared by James
Last revised February