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ICT ANALYSIS

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GCSE ICT 2008 Lancre Theme Park Problem 1 (One) Interactive Presentation Candidate Number: 1304 Candidate Name: Kanadia, RAM Centre Number: 12736 Centre Name: Nower Hill High School The Form of Output In this particular task the aim is to produce a interactive presentation consisting of four slides/pages. 1 Form of Output Information to Be Output First Page/Home Page - Map of the Park - Instructions informing client to touch the area they want to view - Illustration to signify Land of Mysteries and Monsters division Land Of Mysteries Page/Second Section - Heading 'Land of Mysteries and Monsters' which was allocated by the client and will have to be allocated only on this page. - Picture or illustration of the ride in the section of the park which is The Pit. - Picture or illustration of the ride in the section of the park which is 'Dragons Lair' Central Dome Page/Third Section - Plan of the layout of the Dome which has been supplied to be by the client 'Lancre theme park' The Dragon's Lair page/Fourth Section - Text/Information on the Dragons Lair This applies to all Pages excluding the Homepage - The function 'BACK' on all pages apart from the home page as there will be nowhere to go previous to this. - The Park Logo will need to be present on the three pages which are; Land of Mysteries, Central Dome, and Dragons Lair. ...read more.

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- Hotspot must cover Central Dome area linking to Central Dome Page. - There must be a message on the first page telling customers to touch the area they want to see. - The information page should be a result clicking the link over the Dragons Lair Picture which is on the Land of Mysteries and Monsters page. - Must be a message on the home page asking clients 'to touch the area they want to see'. - Previous page links should be formed excluding the initial/home page. - Link must show underneath the park logo to allow the feature of 'previous' or 'back'. - The back link must be placed on the right hand, top corner of the page. - All links should be correct to the pages they are directed to 23 parts to desired outcomes and performance criteria Testing - Testing is required 1 part to testing GCSE ICT 2008 Lancre Theme Park Problem Two (2) Publicity Pack Calculator Candidate Number: 1304 Candidate Name: Kanadia, RAM Centre Number: 12736 Centre Name: Nower Hill High School The Form of Output - Visual interpretation such as a screen display 1 form of output Information to Be Output - Total cost for making and sending all packs such as the 'Standard Pack' - Extra costs or charges in the event of making and sending a ticket agent pack - The total number of standard packs based upon number of visitors/potential visitors - Number of people paying full entry fee to cover cost of ...read more.

Conclusion

Forename - Surname - Comments 10 pieces of information to output Data Needed to Produce the Output For list of rides of one type - Ride name from file on disk - Ride type from file on disk - Popularity from file on disk - Location from file on disk - Major service frequency from file on disk For list of service records for a ride name - Ride name from file on disk - Service date from file on disk - Forename from file on disk - Surname from file on disk - Comments from file on disk 10 pieces of information to output Desired Outcomes and Performance Criteria - Must print A4 lists - Ride type list must have the type of ride at the top of the list - Ride type must be in order of location then popularity - Ride type list must have name of ride - Ride type list must have location of ride - Ride type list must have major service frequency - List of service records must have ride name at the top of the list - List of service records must have all ride service dates since a particular date - List of service records must have comments since a particular date - List of service records must have forename of person who did the service - List of service records must have surname of person who did the service 11 desired outcomes and performance criteria Testing - Testing is required 1 testing items ...read more.

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