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Website Development Process Key Elements - Quiz


Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
 

1. Which answer lists the correct order of the six phases of the Web site development process?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Discovery, Definition, Development, Design, Delivery, Post-delivery
  B. Definition, Design, Development, Delivery, Discovery, Post-delivery
  C. Definition, Discovery, Design, Development, Delivery, Post-delivery
  D. Discovery, Definition, Design, Development, Delivery, Post-delivery

2. Which of the following correctly associates the job role with the layers of the Web Interaction Model it will be heavily involved with?
Please select the best answer.
  A.
  1. Business: information architecture, hardware, and networks and the Internet;
  2. creative: all five;
  3. technical: software, networks and the Internet, hardware
  B. Business--information architecture, signs and metaphors, networks and the Internet; creative--all five; technical--software, networks and the Internet, hardware
  C. Creative--signs and metaphors, information architecture, software; technical--all five; business--information architecture, networks and the Internet, hardware
  D. Creative--signs and architecture, information architecture, software; business--all five; technical--software, networks and the Internet, hardware

3. Indicate which two of the following statements are correct about objectives in the Web development process.
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. The purpose of objectives is to set expectations higher than the client requires, so that if the product falls slightly short, the client will still be satisfied.
  B. Each role (business, creative, technical) has at least one objective in each of the six phases.
  C. Clearly stated objectives help each individual to accomplish his or her goals within the correct phase.
  D. Every objective concludes with a deliverable product from the respective team.


4. Check the three statements that are true about deliverables.
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. All phases of the process have deliverables except the first phase, Discovery.
  B. Each deliverable is produced by individuals from both the Web team and the client, but there is no overlap among creative, technical, and business.
  C. The same individual may work on deliverables with different team members, depending on the phase of the process.
  D. Deliverables are important for documenting what work is requested and what work has been completed by whom, and in which phase.
  E. Deliverables may be created in a variety of media: paper documents, online samples, or DAT sound files.

5. How do activities fit into the overall Web development process?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Activities are carried out by all roles in all phases except Discovery and Post-delivery, which have no activities associated with them.
  B. Each role carries out activities in order to achieve its objectives during the process.
  C. Activities are managed by the business role and carried out by all three roles.
  D. Each phase has activities associated with it, and each activity results in a major or minor deliverable.