Design And Develop A Website To Provide Information To Customers Who Wants To Visit The Sh …

5 And Css And Write The ReportQuestion Description BackgroundTotal marks: 35 marksFlying Hobbies, is a sole-proprietor with a proper shop front (i.e. an actual physical building where business is conducted). They have contracted you to develop a website to provide information regarding their shop. You have been provided with the following initial process and technical specifications:Memo: Website Requirements From: Flying Hobbies, Senior Management To : WIMP Engineering R&D Consultants Specification Design and develop a website to provide information to customers who wants to visit the shop. The goal is to allow customers to obtain an overview of the shop layout and to find details of items available from the shop. The website is not an online shopping site. The website’s main goal is to provide information to customers who want to visit the shop in person.ResourcesResources such as images and details of opening hours can be found inProResource.ZIP. The content of the ZIP file is:1. Three folders named Kites, Quadcopters and Toy Planes. Each folder contain images relating to the different categories of items from the shop.
2. A text file Item_List.txt contain the names of the items corresponding to each of the image from each folder. You need to use these names as the specified description of the items and images on your web site. Do not rename the list or the images.3. A text file Business_Hours.txt containing the time-table of opening hours of the shop.
4. Logo.png – an image of the logo of the shop.
5. Floor_Plan.png – an image of the shop’s floor plan.1General Requirements The managers of Flying Hobbies insist that the following requirements must be adhered to:1. Each webpage of the website must display the Logo.png logo. You can edit this image, but the font style, type and colour must remain as in the original image.
2. Do not change the description of the images. Do not rename the filenames of any of the images.3. All images of each item must be presented/displayed to the visitor. This can be done within one webpage or distributed across several web pages. The idea is to ensure that customers are made aware of the complete selection of items available to browse.4. The images are to be used as it is. You can resize the images retaining the original aspect ratio, but do not crop or edit (e.g. recolour, touch up, sharpen, etc.) or rename the images in any way. 5. Generate a separate page (this can be a popup page or a standard webpage) providing the opening hours. Use the details found in theBusiness_Hours.txt file.Example of a Walkthrough A potential visitor who visits the website will be greeted by a welcome message and the following layout of the floor plan (navigation map) of the shop. When a visitor clicks on any one of the specific section, it should bring up details of the specific display selected2with relevant type of items. The visitor clicks on any of the images of the item to obtain further information on that image. In addition, if the visitor selects an option to display opening hours, a separate page (or window) should appear to provide this information. Note this is the basic requirement, it is up to you to implement other details e.g. instructions, navigational control, etc according to HCI best- practice principles.Deliverables On the specified due date for Project A, you are to deliver one report and the low-fidelity prototype.End-of-MemoProject A: TaskThe overall task is divided into two project phases (i.e. two separate, but related projects). It is strongly advised that you read the following project description in conjunction with the description for Project B.You are to complete the following task in the order given:Carry out user and task analysis. You must have a clear view of the users of this system. Consider that not everyone is comfortable with the technology. For example, you need to deal with user variation such as age or language skills. Perform a user analysis, i.e. characterise the users and identify your potential users. Clearly identify the tasks the potential users perform, and in what order. These are all HCI considerations that you should take into account.Propose design and system requirements. Consolidate your findings from your user and task analysis with the given specifications into a design and system requirements. For example, the number of items to display, the screen size, what colours, how many different screens to display etc.Develop a low-fidelity prototype. Based on the requirements, develop a preliminary design of the specified web user interface. Use any combination of HTML5 and CSS3. At this stage, the prototype is basically a medium to support your initial concept and ideas. For example, the prototype should show where the ‘basic’ button is located; or would it be possible to fit 20 images aesthetically on a single page, etc? The prototype need not be fully functional. At this stage, you only need to demonstrate the initial concept of your interface designs. Remember to indicate which browser (i.e. IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, etc.) you are targeting as the main working platform. For the purpose of this3project, exclude mobile devices that run on fragmented or closed-system technology, such as Android, Apple iOS and Nook. DO NOT use Rapid Application Prototyping (RAD) tools or any other type of scripting languages or services, eg. Python, Lua, AJAX, Dreamweaver, WordPress etc. You need to develop the website from scratch.Obtain user feedback. Invite 3 – 4 potential users (e.g. friends, family members, classmates, etc.) to provide you with feedback of your prototype (i.e. the initial draft design). You do not need to provide the name of the participants. These potential users should be a mix of person with computer skills and with little computer skills, so you can get more representative feedback. You should not approach this task haphazardly. Use a suitable data collection method (e.g. questionnaire, survey).Recommendation. Analyse the data you have collected from the previous user evaluation and produce a set of recommendation on how you should refine and improve on your initial design. This recommendation will be carried over to the next phase in Project B for implementation.Write a report. Produce a report to document the tasks and the outcome of your efforts undertaken for Project A.Format of ReportAs you are performing the tasks prescribed above, you will need to document every step of your activity (i.e. write up what you have done). These pieces of information will be consolidated into a report. For the purpose of this project you are assumed to be a professional. As such, you should attempt at your best to reflect this quality in the preparation of the report. As a minimum, the report should contain the following sections as shown in the following template:(1) Introduction – State the purpose and objectives of the report.(2) Content – This is the main section where you should document the various stages andoutcome of your activities. Do not include raw or unprocessed data. You need to analyse, evaluate and summarise the outcome of each of the task. If you really need to include critical or important raw data, then do so by appending them to an appendix at the end of the report. Keep a record of your raw data. If required, your instructor or marker may request that you provide them with a copy.(3) Recommendation.(4) Conclusion – This is basically a summation, consolidating the main points of the report.(5) There is no minimum or maximum limit to the number of words required in this report.However, the length of your report must be within reason and of adequate length tosuccinctly support the complete account of tasks you have undertaken.(6) Figures or diagrams can be added as required.4Page formatting: A4 size paper, 2.5cm margins on all sides, single-sided, Time Romans or New Time Romans font, 12pt font size, DOC or DOCX format.Learning ObjectiveNote that these are not programming project in themselves. The primary purpose of both Project A and Project B is to ensure that students adopt best practice and adhere closely to HCI principles during the process of designing and developing the interactive user interfaces. This process is to be fully documented in your report. Full functionality is not expected from either Project A or Project B. For example, knowledge of database backend servers and web servers are not required in this course.What to SubmitYou should submit two items for assessment. These are:All necessary files, images, scripts, coding and resources should reside in a single mainPROJECT_A.ZIP folder. The report should be separated from this folder (see item 2 below). It is up to you to organise the files and sub-folders within the main folder. Ensure that all your scripts and coding is stand-alone and portable. That is, your marker or instructor should be able to run your scripts from the type of browser you have specified by clicking on the main.html or main.htm startup file. Use only HTML5 and CSS3 to develop your website. The web browser you specified should render your markup and scripts without problems.The report should be named REPORT_A and saved as a single file in DOC or DOCX format. This file should be located outside the ZIP folder.Submit (1) PROJECT_A.ZIP and (2) REPORT_A.DOCX as separate files. That is, submit ONE ZIP file and ONE DOCX file. Both need to be separate items when you submit through the online submission portal.