Individual Case Project – Chapter 3
Write a site specification for the site you defined in Chapters 1 and 2. Include as much information as possible from the project proposal you completed at the end of Chapter 1. Make sure to include a mission statement.  Determine how you will measure the site’s success in meeting its goals. Include a description of the intended audience. Describe how you will assess user satisfaction with the site. Include technological issues that may influence the site’s development or function.
 
Prepare a detailed flowchart for your site using the preliminary flowchart you created at the end of Chapter 2. Create a filename for each page that matches the ISO 9660 standard. Indicate all links between pages. Write a short summary that describes the flowchart. Describe why you chose the particular structure, how it suits your content, and how it benefits the user.
 
 
Individual Case Project – Chapter 4
Examine the flowchart you created for your Web site. Consider the requirements of both internal and external navigation. Create a revised flowchart that shows the variety of navigation options you are planning for the Web site.
 
Using your HTML editor, mark up examples of navigation bars for your content. Make sure your filenames are intact before you start coding. Save the various navigation bars as separate HTML files for later inclusion in your Web pages.
 
Plan the types of navigation graphics you want to create. Sketch page banners, navigation buttons, and related graphics. Find sources for navigation graphics. For example, you can use public domain (non-copyrighted) clip art collections on the Web for basic navigation arrows and other graphics.