ICTICT435 Create technical documentation Assessment 2 ICT50220

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Reasonable Adjustments

  • Students with carer responsibilities, cultural or religious obligations, English as an additional language, disabilityetc. can request for reasonable adjustments.
  • Please note, academic standards of the unit/course will not be lowered to accommodate the needs of any student, but there is a requirement to be flexible about the way in which it is delivered or assessed.
  • The Disability Standards for Education requires institutions to take reasonable steps to enable the student with a disability to participate in education on the same basis as a student without a disability.
  • Trainer/Assessor must complete the section below “Reasonable Adjustment Strategies Matrix” to ensure the explanation and correct strategy have been recorded and implemented if applicable.
  • Trainer/Assessor must notify the administration/compliance and quality assurance department for any reasonable adjustments made.
  • All evidence and supplementary documentation must be submitted with the assessment pack to the administration/compliance and quality assurance department.
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Your trainer will outline the appeals process, which is available to the student. You can request a form to make an appeal and submit it to your trainer, the course coordinator, or the administration officer. The AHIC will examine the appeal and you will be advised of the outcome within 14 days. Any additional information you wish to provide may be attached to the appeal form.

Academic Integrity:

Academic Integrity is about the honest presentation of your academic work. It means acknowledging the work of others while developing your own insights, knowledge and ideas.

As a student, you are required to:

  • Undertake studies and research responsibly and with honesty and integrity
  • Ensure that academic work is in no way falsified
  • Seek permission to use the work of others, where required
  • Acknowledge the work of others appropriately
  • Take reasonable steps to ensure other students cannot copy or misuse your work.

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism means to take and use another person’s ideas and or manner of expressing them and to pass them off as your own by failing to give appropriate acknowledgement. This includes material sourced from the Internet, RTO staff, other students, and from published and unpublished work.

Plagiarism occurs when you fail to acknowledge that the ideas or work of others are being used, which includes:

  • Paraphrasing and presenting work or ideas without a reference
  • Copying work either in whole or in part
  • Presenting designs, codes or images as your own work
  • Using phrases and passages verbatim without quotation marks or referencing the author or web page
  • Reproducing lecture notes without proper acknowledgement.

Collusion:

Collusion means unauthorized collaboration on assessable work (written, oral or practical) with other people. This occurs when a student presents group work as their own or as the work of someone else.

Collusion may be with another RTO student or with individuals or student’s external to the RTO. This applies to work assessed by any educational and training body in Australia or overseas.

Collusion occurs when you work without the authorization of the teaching staff to:

  • Work with one or more people to prepare and produce work
  • Allow others to copy your work or share your answer to an assessment task
  • Allow someone else to write or edit your work (without rto approval)
  • Write or edit work for another student
  • Offer to complete work or seek payment for completing academic work for other students.

Both collusion and plagiarism can occur in group work. For examples of plagiarism, collusion and academic misconduct in group work please refer to the RTO’s policy on Academic integrity, plagiarism and collusion.

Plagiarism and collusion constitute cheating. Disciplinary action will be taken against students who engage in plagiarism and collusion as outlined in RTO’s policy.

Proven involvement in plagiarism or collusion may be recorded on students’ academic file and could lead to disciplinary action.

Assessment Formatting and Answer length Guidance:

Your submitted document must follow the given criteria:

  • Font must be Times New Roman, Font size need to be 12 and line spacing has to be Single line.
  • Your assessment needs to be submitted as an electronic copy unless requested differently by your assessor.
  • The Assessment file name for electronic copy should follow :

Student Id_Assessment_No (Example AHI000014_Assessment 1)

Referencing

Include a reference list at the end of your work on a separate page or as footnotes. You should reference the sources you have used in your assessments in the Harvard Style.

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Assessment Task 2: Skills Test

Skills Test:

This project task requires you to demonstrate evidence of the ability to establish client needs and requirements, design and develop two technical documents, update the document with client feedback and prepare documentations for publication.

This assessment task is divided into five (5) main activities:

Activity 1:  Establish client needs and requirements

Activity 2:  Design and develop technical documentation

Activity 3:  Participate in the consultation process

Activity 4:  Update the document with client feedback

Activity 5:  Prepare documentation for publication

You are completing these activities to prepare two (2) technical documentations, one for a website project and second a mobile application.

The website project requires you making a number of changes and writing web content that recognize all the cultural differences and diversity.

The mobile application project also requires you to understand the information provided, make a number of changes, as required and develop a technical document that recognize all the cultural differences and diversity.

To complete this assessment task, you must consider the background scenario and other information provided throughout this assessment activity.

Background scenario for website project:

It all started back in 2017 when Hi Fi Travels. was founded on the sunny Gold Coast, Australia. Since then they have become one of the Australia’s leading and largest travel brands that focuses on cultural exchange and to date have assisted over 30,000 travelers in turning their travel dreams into reality.

Their vision is to allow their customers the opportunity to experience the Australian cities not just as a tourist, but, become part of it, cultures and create what would have once been unimaginable moments come true.

Australian company Hi Fi Travels, however, is experiencing a number of issues such as:

  • content is written mostly for Australian audience whereas most of its end-users are overseas people (especially living in China and Saudi Arabia) to travel to Australia.
  • The company use dynamic type of main menu for navigation whereas Chinese clients prefer a static web menu
  • There are a number of sub menus and some items going more than 2 choices whereas clients from China and Saudi Arabia prefer navigation panel without sub menus.
  • Website content had a lot of information and pictures of young individuals whereas most of the clients from China and Saudi Arabia are above 50+ years of age.
  • Clients from China and Saudi Arabia prefer high use of visible items, high display density in the web layout. Their preference for navigation includes more than 10 visible links on the main menu. They like high use of links, inks to open in new window, use of external links, image/ test animation and scrolling, use of images, bright colours with traditional colours, se of bold and headings and the content should be written in “simple English” catering information about Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast and 2 other Australian cities including public transportation, local accommodation and at-least 10 must-visit attractions.  

Background Research:

Numerous studies have identified links among culture, user preferences, and Web site usability. Most of these studies were reports of findings from a behavioral perspective in explaining how cultural factors affect processes of Web‐related content design and use. Based on the research of Vygotsky and Nisbett, the authors propose a broader model, referred to as “cultural cognition theory,” by which Web design, like other types of information production, is seen as being shaped by cultural cognitive processes that impact the designers’ cognitive style. This study explores issues related to Web designers’ cultural cognitive styles and their impact on user responses. The results of an online experiment that exposed American and Chinese users to sites created by both Chinese and American designers indicate that users perform information‐seeking tasks faster when using Web content created by designers from their own cultures. Read more about the research at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1083-6101.2006.tb00318.x#fn1

To complete this assessment task students are required to participate in a meeting using the template provided:

When conducting the meeting, you are required to:

The team member will:

After the meeting, you are then required to:


Background scenario for mobile application:

We will be using the same organization case study but entirely a different ICT product i.e. mobile application for developing the second technical document.

It all started back in 2017 when Hi Fi Travels. was founded on the sunny Gold Coast, Australia. Since then they have become one of the Australia’s leading and largest travel brands that focuses on cultural exchange and to date have assisted over 30,000 travelers in turning their travel dreams into reality.

Their vision is to allow their customers the opportunity to experience the Australian cities not just as a tourist, but, become part of it, cultures and create what would have once been unimaginable moments come true.

Australian company Hi Fi Travels, however, is experiencing a number of issues such as:

  • content is written mostly for Australian audience whereas most of its end-users are overseas people (especially living in China and Saudi Arabia) to travel to Australia.
  • The company use mobile application that has not been updated to meet the latest changes of application hosting platforms
  • The screen size and device compatibility is an ongoing issue.  
  • Mobile application does not provide online booking facilities.
  • Mobile application marketing does not align with organizational policies and procedures. 

Background Research:

In its new reporthttps://www.appsflyer.com/resources/the-state-of-app-marketing-h2-2015/, mobile ad attribution vendor Apps Flyer analyzed more than 1.1 billion paid installs of over 6,000 apps during the last 6 months to see what works and what doesn’t. When it comes to mobile app marketing, iOS and Android users show some striking differences across the hundreds of attributes (location, content preference, behavioral demographic, etc.). The report covers click-to-install data and retention (how long someone uses the app over one week, one month) for both iOS and Android users around the world in key app categories – including gaming, productivity, and music.

The Apps Flyer report also shows just how differently Android and iOS users behave around certain app categories. For instance, iOS users are almost four times as likely to convert and to become high-value customers in the health and fitness category — whereas Android users are far more loyal in terms of travel, entertainment, and utility apps.

The traditional thinking has been that iOS users tend to be more affluent (tending to buy more expensive Apple devices more frequently). As it turns out, these users are also more inclined to install and engage with apps during prime ‘leisure’ hours — evenings and weekends.

That same data point couldn’t be more diverse and nuanced across different cultures, however — Asian users’ highest levels of engagement are on Fridays, while Latin American users favor Tuesdays, for example. Latin Americans also engage with apps in far later hours of the evening — peaking around 11 p.m. or so, whereas most other countries see peak usage between 6 p.m and 8 p.m.

To complete this assessment task students are required to participate in a meeting using the template provided:

When conducting the meeting, you are required to:

The team member will:

After the meeting, you are then required to:


Meeting agenda template – 1:

Date/Time: 
Location: 
Chairperson:
Meeting Attendees: Full names and roles     
Agenda Item/TopicDiscussion/OutcomesAction OfficerDue Date
Welcome   
  (Agenda item 1)   Topic?     
  (Agenda item 2)   Topic?       
  (Agenda item 3)   Topic?                     
SummaryOverall Summary   Decision/s   Action/s if any    
Next Meeting time/date   
Meeting closed at:   
Minutes are a true and accurate record of the meetingApproved/confirmed by whom?  


Meeting minutes template – 1:

Minutes of Meeting Meeting Objective:   Attendees:   Venue:   Date:  
No.Points DiscussedActions SuggestedTarget Date
    
    
    
Signature of attendee 1:                                                Signature of attendee 2:   Signature of attendee 3:                                                Signature of attendee 4:  

Meeting agenda template – 2:

Date/Time: 
Location: 
Chairperson:
Meeting Attendees: Full names and roles     
Agenda Item/TopicDiscussion/OutcomesAction OfficerDue Date
Welcome   
  (Agenda item 1)   Topic?     
  (Agenda item 2)   Topic?       
  (Agenda item 3)   Topic?                     
SummaryOverall Summary   Decision/s   Action/s if any    
Next Meeting time/date   
Meeting closed at:   
Minutes are a true and accurate record of the meetingApproved/confirmed by whom?  


Meeting minutes template – 2:

Minutes of Meeting Meeting Objective:   Attendees:   Venue:   Date:  
No.Points DiscussedActions SuggestedTarget Date
    
    
    
Signature of attendee 1:                                                Signature of attendee 2:   Signature of attendee 3:                                                Signature of attendee 4:  

Activity 1:  Establish client needs and requirements (300-400 words)

For this assessment activity, you must establish client needs and requirements based upon the information provided through background scenario, background research and write client interviews.

The information collected through this assessment activity will be useful to proceed to Activity 2.

Assessment criteria and conditions for website project:

You are required to develop the web content for the web pages.

Your web pages must meet the following criteria:

  1. Recognize all the cultural differences and diversity as mentioned in the background scenario and background research sections.
  2. Prepare contents for the following web pages:
  1. The content of all pages should be free from copyright and Intellectual property (IP) related issues.
  2. Student use style guide and micro-content elements according to the requirements described in the background scenario and assessment criteria and conditions.
  3. Student must prepare a templates and style guides for all web pages.
  4. Web content is written according to the principles of design principles and organizational requirements.
  5. Student must use a word-processing and web development software such as Dreamweaver to develop the website.
  6. Student select the content channels and format as part of client requirements.
  7. Student must meet organizational documentation as mentioned through the prominent design elements and industry requirements and standards.
  8. You must research the running costs and other aspects mentioned in the “Client Interview Form” for a basic 8 to 10 pages website for this assessment activity.
  9. The content must meet the following design attributes and design elements guidelines:


Prominent Design Elements

Design attributesProminent design elementsACSA
LayoutHigh use of visible items 
LayoutHigh display density 
NavigationDynamic type of main menu (Mm)  
NavigationMore than 10 visible links in the Mm 
NavigationLevel of 2 choices in the Mm  
NavigationFat footer  
LinksHigh use of links 
LinksLinks open in a new window 
LinksExternal links 
MultimediaImage/ text animation 
MultimediaImage/ text scrolling 
MultimediaUse of images 
Vis. Rep.Image of young individuals  
Vis. Rep.Images of leader   
Vis. Rep.Image of political 
ColourBright colours with traditional colours 
TextUse of bold 
TextUse of headings 

Where: Vis. Rep. = Visual representation, Mm= Main menu, A=Australia, C=China, and SA=Saudi Arabia.

Note: + Use of items includes: headings, links, and images.

– Display density = total number of items / web page length.

* For the design attribute navigation, in the Saudi Arabian culture, the

usage differences of both: ‘Static’ and ‘Dynamic’ were more than 40%. It was then decided to take the highest value.

Your trainer/assessor will play the role of overseas client. You are required to record all answers in “Comments and findings” section of the attached template:

Client Interview FormComments and findings
Purpose of the InterviewFinding out the requirements for developing technical documentation for website development 
Operational characteristicsPresent the background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as Changes required Reliability, availability, recovery Confidentiality, security Running costs (e.g. consumables)   
Control, support and maintenanceSpecify the presumed mode of organization and execution of system operation, support, and maintenance, as background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as System set-up Instrumentation, accounting, tuning Change management, configuration management, release control Etc. 
System architecture and constructionTechnology and knowledge required Describe any items that will limit the developers’ options for building the system. This section should not be used to impose specific requirements or specific design constraints but should state the reasons why certain requirements or constraints exist. Requirements and constraints may be geographical or political. 
Assumptions and dependenciesList the assumptions that the specific requirements are based on.  Risk analysis should be used to identify assumptions that may not prove to be valid.  For example, an interface may be specified with a system that does not yet exist.  If the production of the system does not occur when expected, this document may have to change. 

Assessment criteria and conditions for mobile application:

You are required to develop the content for the mobile application.

Discuss the requirements with your trainer/assessor based on the information provided in the case study:

RequirementsComments and findings
Target audience             
Navigation patterns (Visit https://developer.apple.com/ios/human-interface-guidelines/interaction/navigation/ for more information)         
Content optimization requirements for mobile phone application       
Operational characteristics       
Control, support and maintenance       
System architecture and construction       
Assumptions and dependencies       


Activity 2:  Design and develop technical documentation (300-400 words)

In this assessment activity, you must design and develop technical documentation according to the client needs and requirements based upon the information provided through background scenario, background research and write client interviews.

The information collected through this assessment activity will be useful to proceed to Activity 3.

Assessment criteria and conditions for website project:

You are required to develop the technical documentation to:

  • Develop content for the website
  • Ensuring client specifications are met
  • Writing the requirements for developing a website
    • Present the background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as
      • Changes required
      • Reliability, availability, recovery
      • Confidentiality, security
      • Running costs (e.g. consumables)
  • Specify the presumed mode of organization and execution of system operation, support, and maintenance, as background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as
    • System set-up
    • Instrumentation, accounting, tuning
    • Change management, configuration management, release control
    • Etc.
  • System architecture and construction
    • Technology and knowledge required
    • Describe any items that will limit the developers’ options for building the system.
    • This section should not be used to impose specific requirements or specific design constraints but should state the reasons why certain requirements or constraints exist. Requirements and constraints may be geographical or political.
  • Assumptions and dependencies
    • List the assumptions that the specific requirements are based on. 
    • Risk analysis should be used to identify assumptions that may not prove to be valid.  For example, an interface may be specified with a system that does not yet exist.  If the production of the system does not occur when expected, this document may have to change.

You must complete the attached technical documentation template to complete this assessment activity.

1. Hardware Requirements (If applicable)
IDRequirements
1.1Hardware Requirement List the hardware requirements, if any. Example:256 MB Ram    
2. Software Requirements (If applicable)
IDRequirements
2.1Software Requirement List the software requirements, if any. Example:Operating system: Windows 7    
3. Technical Requirements

Technical requirements are giving information to the developers as to what the system must adhere to. These are guidelines that can have implications over on the developer’s way of developing a code. For a successful development process identification of the correlation between the functional requirements and corresponding technical requirements/constraints is essential. Best practice to write technical requirements is to address each and every functional requirement mentioned in the business requirements document (BRD). Use one table for each requirement identified from the BRD.

3.1. Functional Requirements
Functional Req IDTechnical Req ID #Technical Requirements
3.1.3.1.1Technical Requirement How is the functional requirement implemented technically? Example: For a Registration/Login page,  
3.2. Reporting Requirements (If applicable)
Reporting Req ID # (From BRD)Technical Req ID #Technical Requirements
3.2.3.2.1Reporting Requirement List the reporting requirements, if any. Example:Select X, Y, Z from XXX table between date=YYY and date=ZZZ  
3.3. Security Requirements (If applicable)
Security Req ID # (From BRD)Technical Req ID #Requirements
3.3.3.3.1Security Requirement List the security requirements, if any. Example: Use XXX algorithm for encryption.  

4 Technical Process Flow

Insert process flows, if any.

5. Addendums & Appendices

Include any additional documents/ information.

ICTICT435 Create technical documentation Assessment 1 ICT50220

Assessment criteria and conditions for mobile application:

You are required to develop the technical documentation to:

  • Discuss the purpose using a few sentences
  • Document conventions: terms and definitions in the document.
  • Intended audience: descriptions of the different types of readers the document is intended for.
  • Project scope: a brief description of the software features related to business needs.
  • Product perspective: the description of the context and origin of the product prepared in a special form.
  • Product features: all the characteristics that will be implemented in the app in a short table view.
  • User roles and rights: the description of user classes in a brief table view.
  • Operating environment: hardware and software platforms, other products that need to be considered.
  • Design and Implementation Constraints: Anything that marginalizes the outside-the-box thinking of developers and designers.
  • User documents: A list of user-related documents that will be released along with the app.
  • Assumptions and Dependencies: Here you can place anything that is still not clear to classify in the current stage.

You must complete the attached technical documentation template to complete this assessment activity.

1. Hardware Requirements (If applicable)
IDRequirements
1.1Hardware Requirement List the hardware requirements, if any. Example:256 MB Ram    
2. Software Requirements (If applicable)
IDRequirements
2.1Software Requirement List the software requirements, if any. Example:Operating system: Windows 7    
3. Technical Requirements

Technical requirements are giving information to the developers as to what the system must adhere to. These are guidelines that can have implications over on the developer’s way of developing a code. For a successful development process identification of the correlation between the functional requirements and corresponding technical requirements/constraints is essential. Best practice to write technical requirements is to address each and every functional requirement mentioned in the business requirements document (BRD). Use one table for each requirement identified from the BRD.

3.1. Functional Requirements
Functional Req IDTechnical Req ID #Technical Requirements
3.1.3.1.1Technical Requirement How is the functional requirement implemented technically? Example: For a Registration/Login page,  
3.2. Reporting Requirements (If applicable)
Reporting Req ID # (From BRD)Technical Req ID #Technical Requirements
3.2.3.2.1Reporting Requirement List the reporting requirements, if any. Example:Select X, Y, Z from XXX table between date=YYY and date=ZZZ  
3.3. Security Requirements (If applicable)
Security Req ID # (From BRD)Technical Req ID #Requirements
3.3.3.3.1Security Requirement List the security requirements, if any. Example: Use XXX algorithm for encryption.  

4 Technical Process Flow

Insert process flows, if any.

5. Addendums & Appendices

Include any additional documents/ information.

Activity 3:  Participate in the consultation process (300-400 words)

In this assessment activity, you must participate in a consultation process to:

  • Evaluate the technical documentation prepared as previous assessment activity
  • Provide suggestions to develop revised technical documentation according to the client needs and requirements based upon the information provided through background scenario, background research and write client interviews.
  • Completed technical documentation meets client requirements and scope of work
  • Technical documentation is error free, plagiarism free also free from any copyright related issues.

The information collected through this assessment activity will be useful to proceed to Activity 4 and 5.

Assessment criteria and conditions for website project:

You are required to participate in the consultation process with your overseas client.

The consultation process will be based upon the technical documentation prepared as part of Assessment Activity 2 and requirements gathered through Assessment Activity 1.

You must use the attached client Interview form to participate in the consultation process.

Client Interview FormComments and findings
Purpose of the Interview  Finding out the requirements for developing technical documentation for website development   
Operational characteristicsPresent the background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as Changes required Reliability, availability, recovery Confidentiality, security Running costs (e.g. consumables)   
Control, support and maintenanceSpecify the presumed mode of organization and execution of system operation, support, and maintenance, as background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as System set-up Instrumentation, accounting, tuning Change management, configuration management, release control Etc. 
System architecture and constructionTechnology and knowledge required Describe any items that will limit the developers’ options for building the system. This section should not be used to impose specific requirements or specific design constraints but should state the reasons why certain requirements or constraints exist. Requirements and constraints may be geographical or political. 
Assumptions and dependenciesList the assumptions that the specific requirements are based on.  Risk analysis should be used to identify assumptions that may not prove to be valid.  For example, an interface may be specified with a system that does not yet exist.  If the production of the system does not occur when expected, this document may have to change. 

Your trainer/assessor will act as one of your overseas clients and you must confirm and get approval from him/her before you update the technical document.

Assessment criteria and conditions for mobile application:

You are required to participate in the consultation process with your overseas client.

The consultation process will be based upon the technical documentation prepared as part of Assessment Activity 2 and requirements gathered through Assessment Activity 1.

You must use the attached client Interview form to participate in the consultation process.

Client Interview FormComments and findings
Purpose of the Interview  Finding out the requirements for developing technical documentation for mobile application   
Operational characteristicsPresent the background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as Changes required Reliability, availability, recovery Confidentiality, security Running costs (e.g. consumables)   
Control, support and maintenanceSpecify the presumed mode of organization and execution of system operation, support, and maintenance, as background to, and rationale for, requirements for such things as System set-up Instrumentation, accounting, tuning Change management, configuration management, release control Etc. 
System architecture and constructionTechnology and knowledge required Describe any items that will limit the developers’ options for building the system. This section should not be used to impose specific requirements or specific design constraints but should state the reasons why certain requirements or constraints exist. Requirements and constraints may be geographical or political. 
Assumptions and dependenciesList the assumptions that the specific requirements are based on.  Risk analysis should be used to identify assumptions that may not prove to be valid.  For example, an interface may be specified with a system that does not yet exist.  If the production of the system does not occur when expected, this document may have to change. 

Your trainer/assessor will act as one of your overseas clients and you must confirm and get approval from him/her before you update the technical document.

Activity 4:  Update the document with client feedback (300-400 words)

In this assessment activity, you are required to update the document with client feedback and ensure:

  • Revised technical documentation is developed according to the client needs and requirements based upon the information provided through background scenario, background research and write client interviews.
  • Completed technical documentation meets client requirements and scope of work

The information collected through this assessment activity will be useful to proceed to Activity 5.

Assessment criteria and conditions for website project:

You are required to participate in the consultation process with your overseas client.

Your trainer/assessor should fill the attached below checklist to ensure the content is appropriate to be published.

Has the studentYesNo/ provide comments for improvement
Written content in a clear, easy-to-read, easy-to-access manner
Content is free from copyright and any intellectual property related issues.
Content is written to ensure it promotes and recognizes the cultural differences and diversity
Developed content according to Industry requirements

Any changes suggested by trainer/assessor must be implemented before beginning assessment activity 5.

You will be assessed according to the following criteria:

Performance criteriaMeet the requirementDoes not meet the requirementComments
Identify the customer information needs in terms of:   Cultural differences Site functionality Client requirements
Confirm the following from trainer/assessor: Site purpose Site functionality Client specifications
Obtain the templates and style guides
Identify the content and analyze it through: Client specifications Maintenance requirements Information architecture Site design functionality
Negotiate any alterations to site design and make changes as required.

Assessment criteria and conditions for mobile application:

You are required to participate in the consultation process with your overseas client.

Your trainer/assessor should fill the attached below checklist to ensure the content is appropriate to be published.

Has the studentYesNo/ provide comments for improvement
Written content in a clear, easy-to-read, easy-to-access manner
Content is free from copyright and any intellectual property related issues.
Content is written to ensure it promotes and recognizes the cultural differences and diversity
Developed content according to Industry requirements

Any changes suggested by trainer/assessor must be implemented before beginning assessment activity 5.

You will be assessed according to the following criteria:

Performance criteriaMeet the requirementDoes not meet the requirementComments
Identify the customer information needs in terms of:   Cultural differences Site functionality Client requirements
Confirm the following from trainer/assessor: Application purpose Application functionality Client specifications
Obtain the templates and style guides
Identify the content and analyze it through: Client specifications Maintenance requirements Information architecture Mobile application design functionality
Negotiate any alterations to application design and make changes as required.

Activity 5:  Prepare documentation for publication (300-400 words)

In this assessment activity, you are required to prepare documentation for publication by ensuring

  • Revised technical documentation is provided to your trainer/assessor for final review and publication.
  • The reviewed technical documentation is developed according to the client needs and requirements based upon the information provided through background scenario, background research and write client interviews.
  • Completed technical documentation meets client requirements and scope of work. 

Assessment criteria and conditions for website project:

You are required to prepare documentation for publication with your overseas client.

You must complete the attached template to get approval from your trainer/assessor.

Publication of technical documentation form
Media source for publication   
Operational characteristics       
Control, support and maintenance       
System architecture and construction       
Assumptions and dependencies       
Final technical documentation
                 

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