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Information Architecture. Week 5. CALENDAR. QUIZ. Please put your books away and get ready for this week’s quiz. AGENDA. The first half of this week is dedicated to working on your client pitch documents in class. One-on-One meetings this week:
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Information Architecture Week 5
QUIZ • Please put your books away and get ready for this week’s quiz.
AGENDA • The first half of this week is dedicated to working on your client pitch documents in class. • One-on-One meetings this week: • I want to check in with everyone to provide feedback and answer questions about how you are doing in all of your classes thus far this semester. • Critique: Client Pitches • We will have a formal critique where everyone will pitch their redesign projects.
READING ASSIGNMENT • Read the first part of Chapter 5 from Usability for the Web on information architecture: • Chapter 5: pgs. 120-155
ASSIGNMENT Due :: Week5 • Client Pitch Document • Create a client pitch presentation document in Power Point. Design the look and feel and create all of the content to be included in the pitch. This is a hypothetical document that you would bring to a hypothetical client meeting to win the business of redesigning their web site. Be prepared to present it during an in-class critique. Use Power Point’s notes functionality to prepare what you are going to say during the presentation. The presentation should be less than 10 minutes (5-7 minutes is ideal). • USE YOUR DESIGN SKILLS!! • Choose a good typeface • Design the layout of your presentation • Include the following: • Primary Goals/Objectives of the redesign • A summary of what is currently wrong with their present site • include results/scores from the full Forrester Test • include site interaction examples of their target users coming to the site • A list of new features that will play a major role in the redesign • Optional: Include any new technology that will play a major role in the redesign • Format: Microsoft Power Point Document • Post the Power point document on your class web page before the start of class