What to Include
Your report should include:
(1)Clearly identify the nominated website. Provide an overview and description of the nominated website.
(2)Identify and elaborate the main feature or features of the website.
(3)Identify the positive and negative aspects of the website. Draw particular attention to the interaction and usability aspects of the interface.
(4)Invite two other persons to review the nominated website. All reviewers should use identical device settings. These participants can be your friends, family members or classmates etc. Provide the background (i.e. age, gender, profession) of the participants. Do their views differ from yours’? State why or why not.
(5)Based upon your critique and observation in items (1) to (4) of the above, provide a recommendation on how the website should be improved. Conversely, if it does not require further improvement, then provide the reason why that this is the case.
(6)Except for item (4) of the above, all assertions relating to RWD design principles (e.g. statements like ‘blue text on red background is a poor colour combination’ ) must be supported by references or critical observation. You can cite additional scholarly references other than the textbook. (Note: Do not use Wikipedia as a source of reference).
(7)Comment on the tools (i.e. Chrome device simulator) you used for the review. Elaborate on
the advantages and disadvantages of such a tool. Search and briefly comment on similar tools available for testing and reviewing RWD web pages.
(8) Figures or diagrams can be added as needed.
Format of Report
For the purpose of this written assessment you are assumed to be a postgraduate student capable of producing a high quality report. As such, you should attempt at your best to reflect this quality in the preparation of the written assessment. As a minimum, the report should contain the following, but not limited to:
(1)Introduction – State the purpose and objectives of the report.
(2)Discussion – Build your arguments into a cohesive thread, presenting your observations and findings that you have collated from section (1) to (4) from ‘What to Include’ section.
(3)Recommendation – This is the section where you present your recommendations.
(4)Conclusion – Summarise your findings, consolidating and drawing attention to the main points of the report.
(6)Number of words: 3,000 (maximum) number of words. Your word count should include figure captions and references.