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Task Scenario. On September 27, 2004 Larry King placed a carry-out order to Domino’s Pizza. He ordered one pepperoni pizza and a order of bread stixs. He was going to pay for it with cash.

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task scenario
Task Scenario
  • On September 27, 2004 Larry King placed a carry-out order to Domino’s Pizza. He ordered one pepperoni pizza and a order of bread stixs. He was going to pay for it with cash.
  • On September 28, 2004, David Banner placed an order of 10 Deluxe Feast pizzas to be delivered to 411 East State Street. He planned to pay for it with his Visa Card.
  • On September 28, 2004, Henry Callis placed an order for two Veggie Feast and a Coke to be delivered to 421 North Albany Street. His form of payment was Tiger Card.
  • On September 28, 2004, Puff Daddy placed an order for 100 cheese pizzas and 50 Cokes. He planned to pick them up and pay cash.
  • On September 28, 2004 Oprah Winfrey ordered 14 cheese pizzas and 14 sausage pizzas to be delivered to the AU Hotel Conference Center. Her form of payment was check.
  • I have designed a Domino’s Order Form for the Auburn University Website. Students will have to log in to place orders. After a student has logged in he/she will be able to place an order at Domino’s Pizza. Once he/she has placed an order they will be shown their order and asked which form of payment will they like to use and if it will be carry-out or delivery. The website will also contain coupons for the customers to print out and use as well as a store locator so customers will know which Domino’s is located nearest them.
hardware software requirements
Hardware/Software Requirements
  • A monitor supporting 800 x 600 resolution in 256 colors
  • Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device
  • Printer
  • Internet Access with a 28.8k modem dial-up connection
  • Email Access
  • Fax Machine
  • Windows PC (Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP Home or XP Professional) or Apple Mac.
  • CD ROM drive or DVD ROM drive
  • 32MB RAM - preferably 64Mb RAM for better performance
  • Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
  • New Accounts- If a customer does not have an account they must register so that Domino’s can keep a account of their transactions.
  • Existing Accounts- A customer with an account just logs on and proceeds to placing an order.
  • Forgot Passwords- If a customer forgets his/her password Domino’s will email them their password.
  • Personal Info- In order for Domino’s to put a customer in the database the customer must fill out the personal info form. This form consists of: surname, first name, address, city, zip code, email address, telephone, sex student id#, visa #, MasterCard #, and expiration date. This form will help Domino’s speed up the process of you placing your order. Once a customer is placed in the Database, their previous orders are stored as well as their credit card information and address. This was done in a attempt to make placing an order on-line quicker than calling on the telephone.
  • Pizza- Once you are ready to order you can select the size, type of crust, toppings, and if you would like a specialty pizza. Various Specialty Pizzas are Feast Pizza, Veggie Pizza, Meatzza Pizza, etc.
  • Sides- Buffalo Wings, Buffalo Chicken Kicker, Cheesy Bread, Cinna Stix, Bread Stix, are the sides that Domino’s has to offer.
  • Drinks- Coke, Diet Coke, and Sprite, are the drinks that Domino’s offers.
  • Salads- Domino’s offers two salads, Garden Fresh and Chicken Caesar Salad.
  • Total- When a customer is ready to check out their total will be displayed and it will prompt as to what form of payment they will be using as well as if it will be carry-out or delivery.
  • Add to Shopping Cart- Once a customer makes a selection on the order they can click the add to shopping cart button so that their items will be placed in the shopping cart.
  • Check Out- Once a customer is finished shopping, all of the items they placed in the shopping cart will be displayed so they can confirm their order and it can be processed.
  • Quantity- This enables the customer to select more than one of any particular item.
  • Form of Payment- Domino’s accepts Tiger Card, Visa Card, Master Card, Cash, and Checks.
  • Coupons- Coupons have been placed on the website to enable customers to receive discounts they might have missed in the newspaper.
  • Store Locator- The store locator enables the customers to locate the closest Domino’s to their location.

This is the initial page of the Domino’s Order Online Form. If you are making a new account you will be asked to input your zip code. If you already have an account you will enter your user name and password. If you have forgotten your user name and password it will be emailed to you. You can also just look at the menu, coupons, or store locator if you are not sure what you want to order, or where the closest Domino’s is located.

This is for a new member to input their personal info so that Domino’s can quickly process their orders online.

As you can see the second part of the personal info form prompts the user for additional information in regards to the location of their residence.

This is the order form for the customer. It gives the option to select different pizzas, sides, drinks, and salads.
This is a continuation of the order form. It enables the customer to add the items they select to a shopping cart or check out.
At the bottom of the shopping cart page the customer can select which form of payment and if the order will be carry-out or delivery.