Month: September 2016
Wire frames, prototypes, and mock-ups are all a part of webdesign and each one serves a particular purpose in the step by step design of a website. Wire frames are the first step. They are a low fidelity representation of a design that shows the main groups of content, the structure of information, and a basic visualization of user-interface interaction. They are important because it sets up the entire design of an entire website and are used by a design team to communicate ideas with one another.
The second step is the prototype. A prototype is a middle to high fidelity representation of the final design. It allows for testing of a design in a way that is similar to what the finished site will look and act like. It is used for testing to check user interface.
The third and final step is the mock-up. This is a static way to test a design. It represents the entire site and the basic features. It is used to encourage review of visual elements, such as getting feedback from clients, if you are working in a professional setting, for example.
Box Model Demo
The box mode demo is a 3D represention of what a finished website will look like. It has each layer of a website fits together. It shows the things that we have discussed in class such as margin, background color, padding, and boarders.
2179 Everett Road
Peninsula, Ohio 44264
Darwin Kelsey, Executive Director
330-657-2542, ext. 221
Tracy Emrick, Core Partnership Manager
330-657-2542, ext. 223
Beth Knorr, Director of Markets
330-657-2542, ext. 224
Erin Molnar, Farmers’ Market Manager
330-657-2542, ext. 226
Brian Reitz, Development Director
330-657-2542, ext. 222
I need to add a profile and straighten things up a bit, but I did sign up.
When we design our concepts in Photoshop, do we have to have our whole site laid out or can we just have three different designs of the same page?
Do I need to put the site map at the bottom of the page as well as the top or is that a design decision that could go either way?
My client is Countryside Conservancy. They strive to teach about food, farming, and the impact that both have on individuals and the community. They do so through guest speakers and workshops that are held throughout the year as well as farmers’ markets that are held in three locations in Northeast Ohio.
There are many farmers’ markets found in Northeast Ohio. They are important because they allow farmers to continue their work, promote local farming and business, and help both individuals and communities become healthier by having access to fresh food. As the number of farmers’ markets continue to grow, as well as setting up the means for those on food stamps to be able to use their electronic benefit cards, the benefits can be seen more and more clearly.
- To name the three locations for the markets
- To give directions to the market and tell people what they will find when they get there
- To tell people about the farms and farmers who are part of the conservancy
- To tell about other events and workshops that the conservancy organizes
- To encourage people to donate or buy merchandise to help suppor the efforts of the conservancy
The site message is that local farming is important and that it benefits both individuals and the community as a whole.
There are several audiences for this website. Those who shop at farmers’ markets, those who are interesting in starting to shop at them, those who are interested in participing in workshops and learning more about locally grown food and the farmers who produce it, those who like to eat fresh, healthy food, and those who like to shop locally to support their community.
Existing Site Map
Proposed Site Map