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1 8 June 2001 Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html 1 What comes first? The Design or the Technology by Tom Worthington FACS For Internet World Australia 2001, Sydney,Tom Worthington FACSInternet World Australia 2001 Thursday, 19 July, 11:20am

2 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html2/77 Summary After being involved in pioneering many early web sites, IT professionals have tended to be relegated to a technical support role in web site development. This is starting to cause problems as the scale of web sites and their increasing functionality exceed the skills of graphic designers, librarians, journalists and marketers. The World Wide Web (Web) is a computer system and IT professionals are uniquely placed to provide a deep understanding of how to build such systems well. One example is that IT professionals can show how to bypass the dead-end of current WAP applications and create web sites which work with conventional web browsers, as well as wireless devices using WAP 2 and I-mode.

3 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html3/77 Some issues: The Discipline of Web Site Design Elements of Web Site Design Two Examples of Web Site Design: –Web and the Disabled –WAP 2.0 and Wireless Web

4 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html4/77 Introduction Wireless cyber-cafe at a global Internet summit in Stockholm:global Internet summit

5 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html5/77 Internet use Has Peaked 3.9 million Internet subscribers in Australia3.9 million Internet subscribers 512,000 were business or government 80,000 from September 7,000 fewer household Internet accounts drop in free Internet accounts of 307,000 –(ABS December 2000).ABS December 2000

6 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html6/77 WebML: modeling the Web Web Modeling Language (WebML) notation for:WebML –its data content (structural model), –the pages that compose it (composition model), –the topology of links between pages (navigation model), –the layout and graphic requirements for page rendering (presentation model), –and the customization features for one-to-one content delivery (personalization model). See: "Modeling the CDNOW Web site" (2000).Modeling the CDNOW Web site

7 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html7/77 Site view defined in WebML

8 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html8/77 Design Process in WebML The data expert designs the structural model. The application architect designs the pages and navigation between pages. The style architect designs the presentation styles of pages. The site administrator designs users and personalization options, including business rules, and is responsible of site publishing and evolution.

9 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html9/77 WebML Design Process

10 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html10/77 Wireless WAP is essentially dead as a product. 3G waste of money A viable wireless strategy is: –implement accessibility guidelines –design for one quarter VGA screen. See: ANU Lectures on wireless technology and web site design.wireless technologyweb site design

11 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html11/77 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) What is WAP? The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open, global specification that empowers mobile users with wireless devices to easily access and interact with information and services instantly... From WHAT IS WAP AND WAP FORUM?WHAT IS WAP AND WAP FORUM? WAP devices use Wireless Markup Language ( WML). WML

12 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html12/77 I-mode First introduced in Japan in February 1999 by NTT DoCoMo... In Japan, i- mode is most popular among young users, 24 to 35 years of age. The heaviest users of i-mode are women in their late 20s. As of November 2000, i- mode had an estimated 14.9 million users.14.9 million users From I-mode FAQ, WestCyber Corporation, 2000I-mode FAQ,

13 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html13/77 XML Alternative? Combining XML, ASP and database technology provides a powerful mechanism for the development of mobile applications. We describe the development of an application that provides name, rank and phone number information for an organization. From "XML and Mobile Computing", Paper and Demonstration, by Ken Taylor, CSIRO Spatial Information Systems Group.Paper Demonstration

14 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html14/77 Accessible Wireless-ready Target PDA mobile telephones: –Quarter VGA (320 x 240 pixels) colour or monochrome screen –Cut down web browser –GPRS data access Sagem phone

15 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html15/77 Accessibility for the disabled Most respected Web accessibility guidelines from the World Wide Web ConsortiumWorld Wide Web Consortium Used to assess accessibility for the blind to the Olympic Web site.assess accessibility

16 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html16/77 Accessibility and I-mode subset of HTML compatible with conventional web browsers Example web site: People's Daily, newsPeople's Daily, More complex web sites can be constructed from simpler i-mode pages. constructed

17 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html17/77 B2G Directory for Australia: A candidate for Analysis The aim of the initiative is to build a high level electronic directory, in an electronically open and commercially neutral environment. This directory will service national requirements by providing a high quality unique electronic identification and authentication directory. DEWRSB ROI B2G e-commerce initiative ( EOI2001/10, 2001)e-commerce initiative EOI2001/10, 2001)

18 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html18/77 Central & Local Directories

19 8 June 2001Copyright © Tom Worthington 2001 http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/fw.html19/77 More Information These slides: http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/wf.ppt http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/wf.ppt Text and references in “Website Design for Information Technology Professionals”: http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/wd.html http://www.tomw.net.au/2001/wd.html Comments and corrections to: webmaster@tomw.net.au webmaster@tomw.net.au Or: Tom WorthingtonTom Worthington


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