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Web Development Life Cycle from Beginning to End…and BEYOND!. Five Phases of Web Development Life Cycle. Planning Analysis Design and Development Testing Implementation and Maintenance. The Web Development Life Cycle. Considered to be a systematic plan

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Web development life cycle from beginning to end and beyond

Web Development Life Cyclefrom Beginning to End…and BEYOND!


Five phases of web development life cycle

Five Phases of Web Development Life Cycle

  • Planning

  • Analysis

  • Design and Development

  • Testing

  • Implementation and Maintenance


The web development life cycle

The Web Development Life Cycle

  • Considered to be a systematic plan

  • Helps to ensure project consistency and completeness

  • Should be used for a Web site of any size


Phase 1 planning the site

Phase 1: Planning the Site

  • Step 1: Determine the purpose and goals of the site

    • Personal or Business site

    • State what will accomplish by having a Web site

    • Main purposes of websites

      • Entertainment

      • Information

      • Retail (e-commerce,

      • Personal Network

    • State the goal of the site


Phase 1 planning the site1

Phase 1: Planning the Site

  • STEP 2: Determine target audience

  • Describe your target audience

    • Decide this information about most common user

      • Computer skill level of user

      • Age range of the user

      • Gender of the user

      • Education level of the user

      • Economic situation of the user

      • Primary language of the user


Web site analysis

Web Site Analysis

  • Step 1: What content will be on the page?

    • What information is useful to the users?

  • Step 2: How will the page function?

    • What tasks do the users need to perform? i.e. interactive elements

    • What processes will be done on the site will determine reactionary services that are needed.

      • Order placement, Requests, email response, log comments


Web site design and development

Web Site Design and Development

  • Appropriate layout for content

    • Site structure: Linear, hierarchical, webbed, broad, deep

    • Site Layout: tables, frames, forms, CSS

  • Multimedia considerations

    • Video, sound, animation

  • Accessibility issues

    • Compliance with laws

  • Links

    • Navigation scheme

  • Organization

    • File structure

  • Graphics

    • Custom, clip art, online generator, photographs

  • Colors

    • Color scheme, background


Web site testing

Web Site Testing

  • Site content correct

    • Accuracy

    • Completeness

    • Consistency

    • Spelling

  • Functional site

    • Easy Navigation

    • Load time

    • Working Links

  • Multi-browser support

    • Firefox, Internet Explorer, and others

    • Browser Version

  • Information easily readable

    • Font

    • Size

    • Color

  • Site Usability

    • Usability--measure of how well site allows a user to accomplish his or her goals

    • Usability testing method users of a site are asked to perform certain tasks in an effort to measure the product’s ease-of-use and the user’s perception of the experience


Web site implementations and maintenance

Web Site Implementations and Maintenance

  • Publish Site

    • Who publish

    • Where host

  • Updates

    • Who will update

    • Who will send information?

    • How will information be sent?

  • Monitor

    • For accuracy

    • For content


Five phases of web development life cycle1

Five Phases of Web Development Life Cycle

  • Planning

  • Analysis

  • Design and Development

  • Testing

  • Implementation and Maintenance


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