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Evaluation of DVLA Web Page.

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Evaluation of DVLA Web Page This DVLA web page is very unique because it shows the information that the public needs to start driving. It shows 'vehicle first registration fee' as its title and not detailed but describe what you have to do regarding this registration. This web page is not detailed but describes certain parts of the first registration programme and l think this page should be more in detail so that the public have an open eye regarding purchasing a car or wants information about certain things. This web page is not much as people would expect from the DVLA firm but l believe more information should be applied in the firm. Although there is information on this web page, there isn't enough information on this page for the public to learn about the firm or the license. The improvements which l believe should be done on this page should be in more detailed and in description so that the public who are surfing this page can understand certain aspects of the page. There should be more information applied on the pages so that the public has detailed description of the information. There should also be detailed paragraphs so that certain members could have information, which they need. I believe that if they (DVLA) continue to present information in the same way that they have, no would attempt to log in this web page because it doesn't present sufficient information for the audience to look and act upon. So l think this point should be taken into consideration and acted upon so the audience can get what they want. Accuracy and Readability The accuracy of the words applied on the web page is very important because if the words weren't according to normal, then no one would attempt to read this web page. If the web page is full of mistakes and rubbish, then no would even the title never mind the text. ...read more.

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Suitability of application form I believe that this information is suitable for all ages. As a video is levelled with a U rating, it is the same way for this application form. It provides what the consumer wants and provides everything, which the public wants. All the information, which is needed, is provided for you in this form. I believe that it is very easy to fill in. it gives the information and instruction to how you fill in. I think the suitability of the form is very unique because it gives the opportunity to all ages to fill in this application form. It also gives the teenagers over 16's to fill it in openly. All the information is listed in the application and the public's duty is to fill it in where required. It is very easy form, also questions about those who are disabled or mentally or physical people who think their ready for this task. It also shows the cash when you have to send with your application form and easy way of paying. It also provides a headphone scheme test for those who cant speck or read English, and also provides a wide range of languages in which you can listen or speck from. Over all, I think that the form is suitable and is suitable for any age or race. It is independently filled and the information needed is provided for you. Evaluating chosen web page (Auto success Driving school) Styles of writing and use of language The language used in this web page is very understandable. What I mean is that the language is easy to understand and is meaningful and helpful. It gets to the point immediately and doesn't need any introduction because it introduces itself by the following words: 'Auto success driving school' 'Where your success is our aim' There are subtitles to each section meaning that each section is split and divided, each giving details of what it is about and etc. ...read more.

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The accuracy of the form is very good because it is very important that the audience has a form, which is accurate in reading and spelling. This form has no spelling mistakes from what I see. After reading it a few times, the form is clear of spelling mistakes and is accurate in reading. The important part of any form is the spelling. If there are any mistakes including spelling, the audience will decide not to get these companies forms again because of the spelling. The accuracy in reading is that it is clear any mistakes. There is no spelling mistakes and the readability of this form is very good and well presented because the aim is to push the audience towards you and that can only happen if the form are accurate in reading ability, and that it has. The styles of presentation used in this form are that there is the mention of borders around this form. This will enable the organisation to bring forward the audience by this inclusion. There is also the mention of colour, which is also another part of the success. Most forms which you see don't have colour applied, but this form has applied colour because this will convince the audience to fill in their forms, another style used so the logo. There is the mention of the logo in the top left hand corner. This logo applies to the 'DSA' organisation; another aim is to bring the audience to themselves. After reading it a few times, I think that this form is suitable for the audience because it has all the things, which is required. A person may choose this form because of the colour; another person might choose this because he might like the may it has been contrasted. There are a lot of features, which may attract the audience. I think that this form is suitable of the audience Washwood Heath Technology College AVCE ICT (A) Unit 1 - Assignment 1 Tahir Mahmood 13 GBY Page 1 4/27/2007 ...read more.

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