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Designing a Website for An Engineering Company

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Designing a Website for An Engineering Company Specification Introducing my end user. For my project I am going to design and build a website for an engineering company called B.P.S engineering. B.P.S engineering is a well established family based business with many employees. The company is run from its base at the old War air field at Shipham. This is where all of the business's work is run from. B.P.S engineering is not a very large company and doesn't deal with extensive amounts of work but most of its work load is from companies and business's from the surrounding areas. B.P.S engineering is one of the only engineers left in the region of about 25-30 miles. The company is always trying to increase its work load and size like any forward seeing company and recently have been looking for more engineers newly qualified or even unqualified trainees looking for a future in engineering. The company is offering a basic �5.50 starting wage, and also provides transport for workers in the form of a minibus from surrounding areas. Currently the company does not have any way of promoting or extending their customer list. ...read more.

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3) What sort of data would you want to collect from the visitors of your website? We would like to collect comments about the website and about the services we provide. 4) Would you want a page that you could update yourself online say using a members logon with options to update news, new services etc? Yes we would like a page to update ourselves but we wouldn't want it to be difficult and we wouldn't want it to be possible for just anyone to access and change. 5) If you have a page for collecting comments from visitors of your site where would you like that information to go to? I am not sure where you can send or store the information, but we don't think we would want the information to be saved online so other people could read it just in case it is inappropriate. 6) What do you want to happen to the data that you feed onto the website? We would want it to be displayed on the website of course and saved until we want to change it. ...read more.

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* There should also be a data capture form so that visitors can comment on the site giving feedback. Data processing/output: * The data captured of visitors personal details should be stored automatically in an on-line database. B.P.S then has to be able to log in to a password protected area to access the details stored in the database to decide whether or not to accept visitors applications for membership * The information entered by the user should go straight onto the page with the news board it should be possible to delete information which is old. * Also the feedback forms should be emailed to my email address as well as B.P.S's email address so any problems can be acted upon. Site structure: * There should be a start page with links to all the areas of the site. * There should be a navigation bar at all times. * There should be a link on every page back to the main page. * There mustn't be any dead end pages. Design and style: * Every page should have an approved font and colour scheme by B.P.S. * There should be a company symbol everywhere. * Any links to other companies should be clearly shown. ...read more.

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