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Analysis ICT The way in which I am presenting the details about the festival to Stuart is through print outs or a visual screen display

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Introduction

Analysis Matt Eden 10NB In this investigation, I take the role of Pat, who is studying ICT. The team, who is organising the Lancre Festival, needs help so that they can make sure the Festival is a success. Stuart Harris, the leader of the team has asked me to help to solve some of their problems. This festival is an annual event and attracts visitors to the town. What form any output will take The way in which I am presenting the details about the festival to Stuart is through print outs or a visual screen display. There will be a 4-page printout showing all the details. ...read more.

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* List of hotels * Accommodation (subheadings) * Office phone number * Vacancies * I must tell people to call the phone number to find out all the information * Office address * Pictures * Hyperlinks - 'home heading' 'where to stay' Third page (festival events) * Program of events * Free events * Map * Showing locations of events * Hyperlinks - home * No pictures * Ticket ordering events * Headings Fourth Page (concerts) * 2 Pictures * Hyperlinks - Home * Headings * Time * Place * Price tickets The data needed to produce the output Homepage * Hyperlinks - where to stay, events, concerts * Piece of text about Lancre; this is shown on disc * Pictures (on disc) ...read more.

Conclusion

* Title * Cost of tickets (pg 7) * Dates (pg 7) * Time (pg 7) * Pictures of Purple Spiders (on disc) * Hyperlinks back to home The desired outcomes and performance criteria * Headings have to be large, colourful, and eye catching * Dates have to be bold * The hand-out has to be colourful * Font on all pages have to be clear * The Phone number has to be bold * Their has to be a message telling people to call the phone number * The 'free events' has to be in larger font size because it has to stand out for people to come to the concert * All the hyperlinks have to be clear and in neat groups * Must use the word 'home' * Must be in the same place all the time ...read more.

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