website production by jack simmons

Web browsers

Microsoft internet explorer

  1. First released in: 16th august 1995
  2. Developer: Bill Gates and Paul Allan
  3. Device browser is used on: Windows PC, Windows surfice tablet

Google crome

  1. First released in: 2nd September 2008
  2. Developer: Sergey Brin and larry padge
  3. Device browser is used on: Google pixel, Mac and Windows PC

Mozilla firefox

  1. First released in: 9th november 2004
  2. Developer: Dave Hyatt and Blake Ross
  3. Device browser is used on: Mac and Windows PC( is less restricted like Google)

Apple Safari

  1. First released in: 7th January 2003 along with the first Iphone
  2. Developer: Steve jobs
  3. Device browser is used on: I-Phone, I-pad and macs

website purpouses

websites have dfferent purpouses, there are 7

1. to inform

these websites give news about what is going on in the world

  • BBC news and Wikipedia tells us what is going on in the world and about whatever you want to know

2. to educate

these websites educate people on what the need to know

  • My maths and BBC Bitesize teaches you about maths and School subjects

3. to persuade

these websites are there to persuade the person into beleiving or buying what they want

  • CNN and Apple Mac influences your opinion on what to think and what to buy

4. For e-comerce

the purpouse of theese websites are for banking buying and selling products

  • Ebay and amazon allows you to buy and sell things like chairs

5. For storage

the purpouse of these websites are to store data and information

  • Icloud and Dropbox allows us to store information and data like pictures and videos

6. For sharing

these websites are for sharing conversations, pictures, videos and other lols

  • One drive and Email allows people to share data like text or videos

7. for social interaction

these websites are for communicating with friends like sharing videos and pictures

  • Facebook and tinder allow social interaction like sharing pictures and videos or to talk to other people and to find a partner

Conventions of websites

websites will contain some or all of the below:

  1. Navigation bar/menu: this will allow the user to easily find and change between tabs and pages on a website.
  2. Logo: a unique and recognisable picture or badge. The user will recognise this and know that they are on the right website.
  3. search function: This part of a website allows the user to quickly look around for anything on the website based on a word or phrase
  4. Layout grid: a website may be laid out in a very tidy way, straight lines and columns. This makes it easy for the user to view.
  5. Image: a photo/picture/ visual element.
  6. Colour scheme: the scheme of colour the website might use to reflect its meaning
  7. Sign in/out: For people to enter their own information to feel apart of the website.
  8. Hyperlinks: These can be any selectable object (a word /picture/video, clicking on a hyperlink will take the user to another part of the website.
  9. Website/ Product name: Similar use to logo. The website/product name wll need to be big and clear so the user knows they are on the correct website

Made with Adobe Slate

Make your words and images move.

Get Slate

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a Copyright Violation, please follow Section 17 in the Terms of Use.