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FOOTBALL CLUB

SEASON-TICKET HOLDER
INFORMATION
NAME:
BTEC ICT - UNIT 9

INTRODUCTION AND AIMS
Introduction
• I will be creating a spreadsheet for
a local football club that will keep
track of sales and acknowledge
different ticket types. It will hold
contact information and colllect
revenue.

The requirements and
process
• It needs to be easy to navigate and
use whilst still eliminating mistakes
with validation etc.

EXAMPLES OF SEASON TICKET APPLICATIONS
Example 1, AFC
Wimbledon

Information included

This is the season application ticket for AFC
wimbledon. It asks for certain information
for different reasons: It asks for how the
applicant is paying so the company know
how they are getting their money; it also
has spaces to write the card number if you
are paying by card, this measn you don’t
have to send your card information
another way; it asks for what type of ticket
you wish to buy (standard, premium, adult,
child etc) in order for the company to know
how much to charge you for it.

The form asks for personal details (like
phone number, address, email and date of
birth). These can be used for a number of
purposes. Mostly adertising and marketing,
but they can also send the customers
information and updates on upcoming
events.

EXAMPLES OF SEASON TICKET APPLICATIONS
Example 2 Woking FC

Information included
• The season ticket for Woking F. C is
slightly different. It asks for almost the
same information, but in a different
way. This one has a more simple, easy
to read layout. The customers only have
to tick the boxes in the first section.
They ask for what type of ticket you are
buying and what you would like to
purchase first. This form has all of the
prices stated very clearly on each
section. The details section asks for
name, address, tel. no., postcode and
email. This information can be used for
the company to update customers on
events and also for marketing.
• There may not be enough room in the
address box for people with large
handwriting and/or long addresses.

WORKSHEET 1: TICKET APPLICATIONS
Suggested layout
Features and functions
Title
This is where my table will go. It will
contain the data I get and show all of the
information that the applicants have
applied with.

WORKSHEET 2: TICKET SUMMARY
Suggested layout

Title

Features and functions

WORKSHEET 3: TICKET TYPES
Suggested layout

Features and functions

TEST PLAN, DATA AND FEEDBACK

• I have used Survey Monkey to create a
survey for feedback on my spreasdsheet.
It will be used by everybody who accesses
my spredadsheet via a link on the
spreadsheet. I wanted some user
feedback so I can find out from the users
what parts of my spreadsheet need to be
improved.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/JHZ3T6J

TEST PLAN, DATA AND FEEDBACK

• This is the page containing the
link to my survey.

ASSIGNMENT 3, CREATING AND TESTING

DATA, THE ORIGIN
• I have been given this data to
create my season tickets
spreadsheet spreadsheet with. I
saved it into my Unit 9 document.
This data will be edited and used
towards creating the rest of the
spreadsheet.

Structure

• I have added structure to my
spredsheet. I have added a title
with the name and log of the
football club. I have also headed
the columns with different fields.
• I have labeled the differen pages:
‘Ticket Holders’, ‘Ticket Sales’ and
‘Ticket Types’

Ticket Sales
• I have set up my next page: This will
be showing the ticket sales so the
user can look at the sales and
profits that they are making

VALIDATING DATA AND AUTOFILL
Validating Lists – I used validation using
lists so there can be no errors and
everything will match the spreadsheet. If
invalid information is inputed there will
be an error and the data will become
removed

Auto Filling Ticket Numbers

I have used autofil for my ticket codes so
that each ticket is given a generated number
as people buy them. This means the user
doesn’t need to fill out every single ticket
code.

IF STATEMENT
Allocated Area
• I have included an “IF” statement to
show the user where people were
sitting. It is a form of validation that
checks if a value is equal to
something. I have done this to
display either the seating area the
applicant has applied for or a
“Relocated” message if it is not
successful.

FORM
• This is a form that makes it easier
for people to add data into my
season ticket spreadsheet. Names,
addresses and other information
can all be added usin this form. This
works better becasue people now
don’t have to go through all of the
columns to add more people to this
list. I did this by selecting the
dropdown in the top left and
selecting “More Commands”. I then
clicked all commands and selected
“Form”.

FORMATTING
• This is the finished table.
It has been formatted to
look presentable and
make it easier to read off
the data. I have also
formatted the data into
a table so at the top the
user can look at any
specified data that they
want with a few clicks. I
have also used currency
formating so the money
is displayed as British
Pounds rather than just
numbers.

FORMULAS

Here I have shown the
formulas I am using for
this spreadsheet. As you
can see, there are
formulas for validaion,
value lookups,
generating ticket codes,
IF statements and expiry
dates. They all get
information that make
viewing the spreadsheet
more easy.

GRAPH
• Here I have created a graph in
order for users to be able to
quickly see the amount of
income each group is providing
(In regards to ticket sales and
ticket prices). It holds the
information from the table on
my ‘Ticket Sales’ page and
presents it in a bar chart. This
benefits the user because they
can quickly see forthemselves,
and show other people, the
sales that the tickets have
made.

HYPERLINKS

• I have added hyperlinks on the
pages that connect to all the other
pages. This makes it easier for the
user to navigate through the
document, just by clicking on the
ceel that the link is in.

PIVOT TABLE

• I have added a pivot table on
another slide. This is a way of
filtering the information in the
table. With it I can enable the user
to search for specific pieces of data
in the table. This pivot table shows
the tickets purchased from the
different ticket types. It also counts
them up, revealing the total.

FREEZE PANES

• I have freezed the cells that contain
the titles of each column and the
names of all the people that have
applied for a ticket. I did this so that
the user can still see the people
who have applied for each ticket
when they go to look at other
information. Normally, scrolling
along the document would make
the user unable to see the
applicant’s name.

ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS 1

This pivot table is unnecessary
becasue I have formatted the data
into a table. This gives it filters at the
top of each column so you can sort
data however you want to do it
without the need of a pivot table.

ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS 2
Graph
• This graph could have been
presented on it’s own sheet. This
would make it easier to read as it
would be bigger on the screen.

FEEDBACK
Form
• This is the feedback survey that I
created earlier. It has questions that
will enable me to gather
information that will allow me to
improve my spreadsheet.

FEEDBACK
Example of feedback
• This is one person’s feedback from
the people that have taken my
survey. I am going to use the
feedback I have been given by
people to improve the functions
and apeal of my spreadsheet. It will
include

IMPROVEMENTS 1
• I have angled the titles
of each section 90
degrees so that the
columns are thinner
and the table takes up
less room. This makes
it easier to read as the
user won’t have to
keep scrolling through
all of the information
to look at each
information type in the
data.

IMPROVEMENTS 2

• When I angled the titles,
the dropdown arrows for
the filters were in the way
of the titles. I have
changed the positioning of
the text so that it is in the
top left of the cell rather
than the bottom right.
This has now moved the
titles out of the way pf the
arrows.