ROHAN JOSHI 17267247
VIGNESH KANAGARAJ 15981417
SHUBHAM BHUTANI 17268818
AMRIT PUN 17261503
Submitted To : Tharanga Goonesekera
Submitted On : 30-MAY-2012
The aim of The Melbourne Odyssey website is to provide information to the visitors about Melbourne and its surroundings and guide them in achieving so. This report highlights the design features of The Melbourne Odyssey website.
This report demonstrates all the different components of The Melbourne Odyssey website. The different components include the cultural dimensions, the ethical implications, the human computer interaction (HCI) and technological considerations. This report includes a brief study of HCI including user centred design process. According to ethical and culture issues we have discussed and thoroughly followed.
The different technological considerations like Website X5 evolution, animation, videos and web 2.0 are briefly included. The report explains the design methodology taken to design the website including the different storyboards created.
Tourism means people travel from one place to another for recreational, leisure, experiencing the culture, and adventures. Because of tourism, different kinds of infrastructures have been developed and the country’s economy is relying on it.
Melbourne is one of Australia 's headmost holiday destinations which attract loads of visitors every year. Melbourne is the ticket to Victoria and rest across the Yarra River at the top of Port Phillip Bay. It is Australia 's second largest city. It also got awarded as most livable city in the world. This city is the combination of modern high towers, majestic historic Victorian era architecture and exceptionally
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