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Design In designing an educational multimedia artefact you, as the designer must be concerned with both instructional design as well as the look/feel/production of the actual artefact. Instructional designers are not necessarily content experts but work with them to create effective learning materials. Your role is to structure information so that it can be learned and to design activities that will engage the user in the learning process.

Your project is in development when you start to fill in the blanks from your Functional Specification. You've planned your project to the last detail and now you're ready to start creating the graphics, audio, video, writing the scripting, and creating the off-line support material.

In the real world it is highly unlikely that you will fill as many roles as you fill as a student.


Once you have completed the project and tested it, you're ready to handoff to the client. You need to have the client agree in the sign-off.

In case you've lost the client 'sign-off' that you were given in class here's a downloadable copy.

Power Point Presentation 'Putting Theory into Practice' * will launch in new window
'Don't Get Behind - PLAN!' *will launch in new window
Development: Putting it all together *will launch in a new window
Delivery *will launch in a new window
Links of Interest Guidelines for Creating Educational Based Websites
Designing Educational Websites
Creating Educational Websites
Kids get annoyed with badly designed sites
Effect of Limiting on a Waveform
Audio Dynamics
Sample rates and bit depth
MP3 Artefacts
Stereo Test
Audio Editing Example
Quantel Digital Factbook
Zoom Culture do's and don'ts of shooting video for the net
Effects of JPEG Compression
Effects of using fewer colors
Global Reach
Web Word
HCI Bibliography
Building World Wide Sites
NUA Surveys
Apple Guidelines
Browser Watch

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