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AS ICT Corsework - Mr Brookes K-Fit Ltd

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Ben Allington ICT Coursework Unit 1 Centre Number: 18401 Candidate Number: 4306 Mr Brookes K-Fit Ltd Cover Page Contents page Cover Page 1 Contents page 2 Background 3 The Problem 3 Requirements for the Client 4 Requirements for the End User 4 Investigation 4 Proposed Solution 4 Input, Process and Output 5 Testing the Website 6 Test One - Hyperlinks 8 Test Two - Image Loading 8 Test Three - Ease of navigation 9 Test Four - Adding Products To Basket 10 Test Five - Text Positioning 11 Test Six - Do The Pages Load Up Within 5 Seconds 11 Test Seven - Hyperlinked Images 12 Test Eight - Does The Top.html Work Correctly 13 Test Nine - Accessibility (Bad vision) 13 Test Ten - Loading in other browsers 14 Appendices 15 Appendix 1 - Interview 15 Appendix 2 - The End User Survey 16 Appendix 3 - K-Fit Offices Report 17 Background My client business is K-Fit Ltd, they have been up and running for 6 years now and supply a wide range of customers with kitchen supply's and kitchen fitting services. The company sends out an employee to measure the kitchen for the fitting service and shows the customer a range of designs then supply's the worktops, units and any other items ordered, from a third party company. As it stands the company has around 15 employee's working in and out of the home base, fitting and supplying the kitchens. Mr Brookes started his business with just himself and his ambition and now has multiple offices located around Norfolk as well as a factory in development to make and supply all his own products. Mr Brookes is no stranger to hard work and grafting to get what you want; before K-Fit was started he used to work for another company as a plumber, but after 10 years of hard loyal work for the company he was made redundant. ...read more.

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This is what I am expecting: All images should render correctly and load up first time without an problems. How I am going to test this: I am going to go through my pages in internet explorer and check the images through my website to see if they are all loading up correctly Although most of the images loaded up well there were one or two that didn't load at all therefore some re testing will have to be done. Re-Testing Images have been re-linked and all images have been placed into folders to help organisation. The Results: I loaded up the pages again and all the product images loaded up perfectly. Test Three - Ease of navigation This is what I am testing: Is the website easy to navigate and easy to find what you want. This is what I am expecting: Hopefully all the pages will be easy to get too and easy to navigate. How I am going to test this: I am going to give a user the chance to find some products and navigate there way through my website to see what they think. I am going to test this buy telling my user "Drew Syrett" to find 3 products then navigate back to the home page. Products To Find - Shutter Style Door - Granite worktops - Stainless steel door handle Feedback - Drew: All the products are easy to navigate through and all the links are easily accessible, I managed to find the products very easily and found my way back to the home page even easier. No Changes Necessary Test Four - Adding Products To Basket This is what I am testing: I am testing to make sure that the Add to basket button on my products links the item selected into the checkout section. This is what I am expecting: I am expecting that after the add to basket button is clicked it should display a message that the product has been added to the ...read more.

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sort of prices and products where offered but didn't decided to place an order although Mr Brookes travelled down the road to discuss the previous order with the customer ordered at 9:30 10:30 Calls - 1 Kitchen Supply Ordered - 0 Fitting ordered - 1 Kitchens Being Supplied - 0 Fitting supplied - 0 Customer Visit - 1 At 10:10 Mrs Ellen rang through and order a fitting for her kitchen although was worried about a few things so an employee was sent to visit her and consider her proposals. 11:00 Calls - 0 Kitchen Supply Ordered - 0 Fitting ordered - 0 Kitchens Being Supplied - 1 Fitting Supplied - 1 Customer Visit - 1 A customer was on the books to have the kitchen supplied and fitted at 11:15 so two employee's where sent too the customers house to complete the supply and fitting. 11:30 Calls - 0 Kitchen Supply Ordered - 0 Fitting Ordered - 0 Kitchens Being Supplied - 0 Fitting Supplied - 0 Customer Visit - 0 No calls came into the office and no employee's where sent to work as none had been booked from 11:30 - 12:00 although one fitter returned from the 9:30 job they had been sent too. 12:00 Calls - 1 Kitchen Supply Ordered - 1 Fitting Ordered - 1 Kitchens Being Supplied - 0 Fitting Supplied - 0 Customer Visit - 0 One call came into the office and the customer discussed the ideas for her kitchen and decided to place an order for fitting and supplied as well as a visit from the supplier at 16:30. 12:30 Calls - 2 Kitchen Supply Ordered - 1 Fitting Ordered - 1 Kitchens Being Supplied - 0 Fitting Supplied - 0 Customer Visit - 1 Two calls came into the office but only one customer placed an order for fitting and supply as well as that one employee was sent out to go to a booked customer visit. ?? ?? ?? ?? Ben Allington 1 ...read more.

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