Navigation

All of the pages can be accecssed from this navigation bar.

Following an edited version of the mark scheme that is scenario specific and allowing for technique to be considerd, the total mark is 40.

Assessment

Given that 60% is a grade C then the pass mark is 24.

Technique being considered:

Students' websites - Holistic marks

 

Structure and functionality

Level Descriptor Mark
  No rewardable material. 0
Level 1 The microsite has a structure that does not fully address client requirements. It may not be logical (eg it may be difficult to find links to some pages or the user may need to drill down inappropriately such as from the Teenz page to the Kidz page). The site may not be fully functional (eg some links may be missing or broken). 1-2
Level 2 The microsite has a logical structure and most required links are present and functional. The navigation does not fully address the client’s requirements (eg the hierarchy may not be as specified in the client brief, such as all pages being included on the navigation bar with no need to drill down). 3-4
Level 3 The microsite has a logical structure with a hierarchy and functional links that fully address the client’s requirements (an appropriate navigation bar requiring drill down from the Club pages as specified, and all required links). 5-6

User experience

Level Descriptor Mark
  No rewardable material. 0
Level 1 A user interface that allows access to most of the content, although significant scrolling may be required at the specified resolution. Learners may have added accessibility features but these may not be used appropriately (eg alternative text may have been added to some images but some or all of the text may be inappropriate, and/or colours may be high contrast but include unsuitable combinations such as red and green). 1-2
Level 2 A user interface that allows access to all the content with minimal scrolling required at the specified resolution. Appropriate use of at least one accessibility feature for visually-impaired visitors (eg clear alternative text may be applied to most images or appropriate high contrast colours may be used on most pages). 3-4
Level 3 An easy-to-use user interface that allows access to all the content without scrolling at the specified resolution. Consistent use of accessibility features for visually-impaired visitors where appropriate throughout the site (consistent use of high contrast colours, scaleable fonts and clear alternative text on all images, avoiding inappropriate colour combinations such as red and green). 5-6

Content selection, preparation and presentation

Level Descriptor Mark
  No rewardable material. 0
Level 1 Some content is relevant and error free although selection and preparation of text and images is not generally the most appropriate (eg given text may not be copied correctly, additional text may be inappropriate, fonts may not be suitable for on-screen viewing, and some images may not be relevant to page content or may not be optimised, sized or positioned appropriately). Some combinations of assets on the pages are appropriate for the audience and purpose (eg images and text are generally appropriate on some pages but less so on others). 1-2
Level 2 Most content is relevant and error free with some appropriate selection and preparation of text and images (eg given text may be edited to improve its suitability, some images may be edited to improve their relevance to adjacent content). Some effective combinations of assets on the pages that demonstrate some awareness of the target audience and/or the woodland location of the park (eg the colour scheme may reflect the woodland location of the park, some images may be well-chosen, optimised, sized or positioned to illustrate accompanying text which is generally error-free and appropriate for under 18s). 3-4
Level 3 All content is effective, including appropriate selection and preparation of text, choice of format and emphasis, selection and preparation of images. Effective combinations of assets across the whole microsite that demonstrate sound awareness of the target audience and the woodland location of the park (the student clearly understands the purpose of the microsite and has used combinations of text and images to produce content that would appeal to under-18s and encourage them to visit the park). 5-6

Overall consistency

Level Descriptor Mark
  No rewardable material. 0
Level 1 Components of the page template and/or other aspects of the layout and design are not applied consistently (eg the navigation bar or page design may not be consistent across the site, colours or fonts may not be used consistently, the banner and/or logo may be positioned inconsistently or vary in size or colour). 1-2
Level 2 The page template may not have been applied to all pages but the required components (banner, navigation bar) are used consistently. Most aspects of the layout and design are consistent (eg navigation, page structure, colour scheme, text formatting). 3-4
Level 3 A page template that includes the required components is applied to all pages. Layout and design are consistent across the microsite (navigation, page structure, colour scheme, text formatting). 5-6