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Have you ever viewed a website and wondered how it was created? Many different elements can be included in the website, such as text, graphics, animation, video and programs (client-side computer scripts). Many websites also contain sophisticated interactive features such as database search facilities, online purchasing and messaging. To be successful, a website must be visually interesting, while remaining easy to use.
With the internet being central to how most organisations and individuals communicate and do business, the creation and maintenance of websites is an important job role. There is a strong demand in the job market for web developers with appropriate technical and creative skills. For instance, a web-developer is a technical role involved with designing and developing websites, a content manager is responsible for keeping a website up to date and a search engine optimisation specialist encourages user traffic from internet search engines to specific websites.
In this unit, you will investigate the features and uses of websites by exploring what they are and how their integrated components and applications interact with each other .
You will also learn how to design, develop and test a website for a brief. Once this is completed you will review your website, having obtained feedback from others.
In particular this unit develops skills from Unit 1: The Online World and Unit 2: Technology Systems. It also develops the skills from the following units: Unit 4: Creating Digital Animation, Unit 5: Creating Digital Audio, Unit 6: Creating Digital Graphics, and Unit 7: Creating Digital Video. Unit 12: Software Development could also complement the content of this unit.