1. Investigate SCR 's Web site and learn about the company 's history, purpose, and values. Is the site user-friendly? Why or why not? Provide at least four improvements you would suggest to Jesse.
Three IT professionals founded the company. They wanted to create a new kind of IT firm. This vision seems to be very client oriented.
The site is fairly user friendly. Some improvements I would suggest are as follows
Consolidate the navigation menus. There is a huge empty space on the left. Put the menus there and make Home the first Link. Since that is the way to return to the main portion.

It appears that any one can access the intranet from the website. This is a security issue, as it would allow anyone to access the company’s intranet. The link should lead to a login page were only authorized people can access it.

We are in the mobile age and the web site displays the same on a Laptop, PC, or handheld device. You really need to have a mobile version created. As the site is quite difficult to access using a smart phone. It is usable but not as good as it could be.

The site doesn’t seem to us the available screen space well. There is a large white area on the sides and below. This gives a feel of blandness. I would suggest some larger headings and using all of the available screen space. The site is informative but not very exciting

2. On the SCR intranet, visit the data, forms, and resources libraries and review a sample of the information in each library. What other libraries might be created? Suggest at least two to Jesse. (Also see Attached PDF)
I would recommend adding a library to list all the companies past and present projects.
There should also be some form of library or directory for the company so that employees can easily find contact info of their colleges.

3. Using the SCR functions and organization listed in the data library; create an organization chart using Microsoft Word, Visio, or a drawing program. Be sure to show your own position

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