You are on page 1of 6

Sancta Maria College 2014

AS91047 Implement advance Undertake development to make a
prototype to address a brief
Level 1
Credits
6
Version 1
Internal
AS91073 Implement basic procedures to produce a specified digital media
outcome
Level 1
Students Name

Credits

4

Teachers Name

Version 1
Last Day for
Submission

Internal
Last Day for Resubmission

Grading
AS91073
Achievement

Achievement with Merit

Implement basic procedures 
to produce a specified digital
media outcome.

Achievement
Excellence

Skilfully implement basic
procedures to produce a
specified digital media
outcome.

with

Efficiently implement basic
procedures to produce a
specified digital media
outcome.

AS91047
Achievement

Achievement with Merit

Achievement with
Excellence

 Undertake development to
make a prototype to address
a brief.

 Undertake development to
make a refined prototype to
address a brief.

 Undertake development to
make a justified prototype to
address a brief.

Final Grade
Resubmission
Required

Not Achieved

Achieved

Achieved with
Merit

Achieved with
Excellence

Authentication
This is to confirm that the work that I have submitted for marking is my own work.
Sign below when you submit your completed assessment in form marking.
Signed by student:

Date Submitted:

Grade Verification – I have sighted my final grade and verify that it is correct.
Signed by student:

Date Signed:

.

audio. Images      all Images must be optimised for web you must use at least 4 graphics (pictures or images you have created) must be relevant to and support the purpose of the website are embedded in suitable positions on the website may also include other digital media such as graphics. Chrome and Safari Design which ensures the website is:   easy to navigate (users should be able to access the information they want with the minimum number of mouse clicks) attractive and appealing to the target users  readable and clear (e. Firefox. images). Text   all text must be readable and legible all fonts and colours must be web compliant Ethics   you must comply with New Zealand copyright and privacy laws your content must have been obtained ethically .Brief Sancta Maria College website has not been updated in over 5 years You have been asked to develop an area for the new website for Sancta Maria College that is up-to-date and reflects the special character of the school.g. video and animation which support the purpose of the website. The aim of the site is to provide users with information about Sancta Maria College in a way which will appeal to a wide general adult audience. staff and parents of Sancta Maria College Specifications: Website       must have at least 4 linked pages code must be compliant with existing web standards must reflect the special Character of the school must reflect the beliefs and values of the target audience must be suitable for dial-up as well as broadband users must display correctly in different browsers including Internet Explorer. Target Audience Students.

animations etc. Justify why you will use the ones you have chosen. This could be cameras.  Trialling Trial a range of programmes. (6 minimum including some special character) Use the PMI form to guide this phase. Trial a range of components. notepad vs notepad++. These could be: Colour. colours and images. Get and record stakeholder feedback and do a PMI form. Fonts. Do a PMI sheet for each component. . Write a paragraph about what you have learnt. This includes layout.Stakeholders: Mr Glasse/Mrs Caudy Students Staff Parents Wider Community Teachers of DTG Sancta Maria College Students Staff of Sancta Maria College Parents of students at Sancta Maria College Process:  Research Research existing school websites. This should include how the layout will work (div tag placement) and styles (CSS rules) – should be informed by your trialling and stakeholder feedback. These could be HTML or CSS techniques or Photoshop techniques/processes. scanner etc. images.  Design Create a detailed design of your website. Photoshop vs paint. This could be drawn by hand or on the computer. Trial the equipment you will use. what you will use in your website etc. Trial techniques and processes. Get and record stakeholder feedback to guide decision making.

Stakeholder feedback is important here. Document the results. What do others think of your site as it is developed?  Trialling and Evaluating Trial the website and gain evidence of its fitness for purpose. Trial the website using at least two different browsers and get others including the teacher to test and comment on it. by getting others to try them out. Evaluate it against the specifications and get stakeholders to evaluate it. Creating and on-going testing Create the website testing as you go. Test code by using a validator as you create your site. . Test layout etc.

4 1. Detailed description of the layout.43 1. components.43 1. How will you navigate between pages? Why is that the best way? What will each page contain and why. 1. CSS and HTML elements and equipment already selected to make your prototype to address your brief.4 and 1.43 1.43 1.43 Notes . colours and other design elements such as images and links (draw and label) Describe how you will test and evaluate your prototype Describe Proposed Project Design Elements Described Testing and Evaluating Ethical Considerations Make Prototype Test and Evaluate Website Describe ethical considerations (copyright.4 and 1.) and how you will address these.43 1. Use the images. 1. plagiarism.Portfolio Outline Evidence of the following sections must be included in your portfolio Key Stage Process Research and Trialling Research existing solutions Trial XHTML and CSS elements/ Graphic components in order to select best fit for purpose of outcome Select Programmes and equipment name and justify Software Tools and Techniques name and justify (include tools and techniques for creating and testing site).4 and legibility and against Codes of Practise. What is the purpose of the website How will it be created (XHTML and CSS) and why.4 and 1. Standar d 1.43 Test and evaluate as planned including usability. privacy.