Write the Executive Statement
Make sure you can answer the following:
? How will people use this Web site?
? What will users gain from this Web site?
? What types of features will be most useful to the users
of ___this Web site? ___Once you’ve answered these
questions, write your answers in an executive
statement of at least 250 words.
Write the Creative Strategy ___Think about the
look and feel of the Web site. Consider the
multimedia elements you want to include on your
site, such as text, images, and video. Write a
description of your cre- ative strategy of at least 250
Create Your Team ___Think about your strengths
and weaknesses for the resources you need to
develop your project. Perhaps you’d like to work on
graphics or writing, or maybe you’re more projectoriented
and would rather handle the overall management.
Think about the other talents you need to pull
together a strong team for your project. Write a
description of your multimedia team in at least 250
Create Your Storyboards
Now it’s time to think about how you’re going to design
your Web site and what elements you’re going to use.
Create story- boards for each page of your Web site,
keeping the following guidelines in mind:
? Create your storyboard using whatever program you like
(e.g., Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, scanned
drawings, a wireframing tool)
? Ensure your site is a minimum of five pages.
? Include a minimum of two forms of media on each page
(e.g., graphics, sound, video, and animation) in
whichever way you choose (e.g., embedded or linked).
? Include at least one of each of the following types of
media (not all necessarily on the same page):