conventions of websites
Logo- A unique an recognisable picture or badge. The user will recognise this and know that they are on the right website
Website/product name- Similar use to logo. The website/ product name will need to be big and clear so the user knows they are are on the correct website
Images- A photo/ picture/ Visual element
Layout grid- A website might be laid out in very tidy, straight lines and columns. This will make it easy for the user to use
Embedded videos and music- Many websites will feature a wide variety of video and music to inform or entertain the audience
Navigation bar/ Menu- This will allow the user to easily find and change between tabs and pages on a website
Search function- This part of a website allows the user to quickly look for anything on the website based on a word or phrase
Colour schemes- For this website it is Red,Black and white this will make the user be able to recognise the website
Hyperlinks- These allow the user to go to different websites and anywhere on the internet
House style- This will make the website look more neat or professional or can give a theme to a website
Static and Dynamic
A static website- A website that is presented to every set the same e.g.. BBC news or the weather.
A dynamic website- A website that is personal to each user and is different according to who is using it e.g. Facebook or twitter.
Examples of Static websites
Examples for Dynamic websites
Why my website will be both Dynamic and static
It will be Dynamic and Static because you will be able to sign in and this will bring up this that you have recently purchased or maybe a news letter therefor being Dynamic. It will also be static as the main three pages will be the same for everyone as they will all contain the merchandise, home page and a page you can buy games therefor making this static.