This is reflected by the screen shot in pseudo-hierarchy graph.
This is followed by focusing on the main theme- establishing the main business objective, as shown in Figure.1 (http://www.trireme-international.com/Wu/browse.htm).
Time boxes such as, Wants Vs Needs, Creeping functionality, and project team management, gradual stiffening, and Usability testing were adhered to according to the client's recommendations.
To conclude the website the following queries were put to the proposed:
Uniqueness of their (client's) operations in respect to competition
What is the client expecting from the website
What and how should the contents be organised
After considering the factors, the following updates were done:
Classification of the site
Site maneuver guide
Aesthetics: This relates to the appearance of the website in terms of attractiveness.
3.2 Enhancing Usability
Patterns that help in navigating are added.
Figure 2 (http://wupatterns.com/Public/Browse/Enhancing-Useability/Enhancing-Usability.do;jsessionid=aiTqxc1VL2X5) illustrates the enhancing features in pattern.
The features included:
Structured menus: Pull-down menus.
Site logo placed on top left corner of home page.
Three region layout: Brand section, Service navigation, and Content page.
Design of Home page
3.3 Adding Details
This section shows the more abstract patterns employed to provide details on making the site more user-friendly and smart.
Figure 3 (http://wupatterns.com/Public/Browse/Adding-Detail/Adding-Details.do;jsessionid=aiTqxc1VL2X5 ), depicts these patterns. Some of the features include are:
Design pages for scanning: Use of headings and sub-headings to locate position.
In short, Wu language was informational, simple to use and edit, and is able to attract any level of user on websites.
Wu is a pattern language that was developed by Ian Graham. This language followed the pattern of establishing the use case (79 patterns in all), and follow the links. The 79 patterns were categorized into 4 sections:
The final section completes the pattern language with patterns that re-apply the main principles in the context of the workflow sites. The fourth and final figure 4 (http://wupatterns.com/Public/Browse/Workflow---Security/WorkFlow---Security.do;jsessionid=aiTqxc1VL2X5), displays:
The project was developed after studying the requirements for the charity organization that has been existence for close to 25 years. The project set out with the objective of developing a website that could attract investors to run their activities after the former donor, Leicester City Council stopped funding this institution. A research was conducted and a suitable program was developed. The software was made user-friendly to help even novices to operate.