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I have been asked by Going Places Travel agents to create a presentation for their customers to promote the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

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Identify What am I going to do I have been asked by Going Places Travel agents to create a presentation for their customers to promote the Kruger National Park in South Africa. The main aim is to make an easy-to-use presentation, which can be used by their employees, to show customers a presentation guide to the Kruger National Park. Going Places wants this guide to be informative, attractive, with lots to images, to give the customer a better idea of an African safari. Manual or Computerised Presentation? Advantages of a Computerised system Advantages of a Manual system Easy and Compact so save. Cheap to produce and design Easy to make changes. Easy to transport Neat Presentation Doesn't require expensive hardware/software Can be displayed in more than 1 place Interactive by displaying on screen Easy to send the file electronically to other places Disadvantages of a Computerised system Disadvantages of a Manual system Requires expensive hardware and software Can be easily damaged and lost Requires training to operate Poor presentation Time consuming to develop presentation Hard to update Difficult to navigate High quality images hard to produce Spelling errors occur easily Based on my table, I have decided to create a computerised guidebook for Going Places. This is mainly because presentation on a computer is neater and easier to keep neat. It is also because it looks more interactive and attracting to the customer. Hardware I will use Hardware Purpose Monitor To display the full presentation to the customer. Keyboard To enter data into the presentation. Mouse To navigate around the presentation and to add images CPU To process data put into it my keyboard or mouse. Software for the job Software Disadvantages Advantages Spreadsheet package (Excell) -Difficult to enter data as the data has to be entered into one cell at a time -Images are hard to make attractive -Layout is hard to make attractive -Aligning text accurately is difficult -Doesn't look good as a presentation -Data has to be entered into cells -Easily construct table of information -Statistical information could be displayed on graphs Database package (Access) ...read more.

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I will do this as I am doing the slide. I will then get feedback from the end user on how the slideshow is presented. How it looks, and the way it works. Other things to consider are whether or not the text and images are aligned properly. This means that the same 'type' of slides should be laid out in the same format Proof Reading I will go through and read each of the slides to make sure it makes sense After doing all this, I will fill in the table below, giving details for amendments that were needed. Slide Number Slide Name Spell Checked Aesthetic Tested Proof Read Amendments Required? Details Slide Correct? Slide 1 Welcome Page Slide 2 Main Index Page Slide 3 Big Five Page Slide 4 Lion Page Slide 5 Leopard Page Slide 6 Buffalo Page Slide 7 Elephant page Slide 8 Rhino Page Slide 9 Other Animals Page Slide 10 Antelope Page Slide 11 Snakes Page Slide 12 Monkeys Page Slide 13 Accommodation Page Slide 14 Safari Tours Page Slide 15 Map Page I will also be testing all my hyperlinks in each slide to make sure they go to the correct slide. Hyperlink Testing - I will run the slideshow, test the hyperlinks, and fill in the table below. Slide Number Slide Name Type of link Expected link to next slide... ...Does it link there? Amendments Required? Details Slide Hyperlinks Correct? Slide 1 Welcome Page Hyperlink: "Welcome to Kruger Park" image Go to: Slide 2 Slide 2 Main Index Page Hyperlink: "The Big Five" text Go to: Slide 3 Hyperlink: "Other Animals" text Go to: Slide 9 Hyperlink: "Accommodation" text Go to: Slide 13 Hyperlink: "Safari Tours" text Go to: Slide 14 Hyperlink: "Map" text Go to: Slide 15 Slide 3 Big Five Page Hyperlink: "The Lion" text Go to: Slide 4 Hyperlink: "The Leopard" text Go to: Slide 5 Hyperlink: "The Buffalo" text Go to: Slide 6 Hyperlink: "The elephant" text Go to: Slide 7 Hyperlink: ...read more.

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other animals * All necessary information needed to go on a safari in the Kruger park was included * A map was included. The map I used was particularly good because it was not drawn to scale. I would not be able to fit a map (drawn to scale) of the Kruger park onto a slide and still make it look good. This is because of the shape of the Kruger Park. * Information on Safaris and Accommodation was included, but it came from the Kruger Park website. I did this because there is just too much information on these two things for me to sum up and fit into my presentation. I feel that me, personally could have done this project better using Hyper Text Markup Language. This is simply because I am not very comfortable with using Power Point, and am not aware of all the advantages it has. I just feel that if I was to use HTML, I could made a better looking presentation. Generally, the making of this presentation went very well, and the end result is very much like I hoped. Feedback Sheet Was the image on my Welcome page suitable? O Yes O No Was the information provided on the animals suitable and informative enough? O Yes O No Were my images appropriate for this particular presentation? O Yes O No Was the colour scheme suitable? O Yes O No Were the hyperlinks obvious and easy to use? O Yes O No Was the map easy to read and use? O Yes O No Overall, what do you think of the Presentation? O It was excellent. No changes should be made. O It was very good, a few changes could maybe be made. O It was suitable for the subject, but was not particularly well presented O Nothing about the presentation was any good, it should be re-done completely. If you can think of any changes, please can you write that below. Presentation Coursework Bernard van Vuuren ...read more.

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