Task 1 Web browsers etc.

Task 1 Web browsers etc.

Web browsers are software applications for recieving, displaying and traversing information resources on the internet. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) that may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content.

It started with first two internet browsers:

  • internet explorer
  • Netscape navigator

Over time internet browsers started to increase

Plugin – A software that add a specific feature to the users computer.

  • open 3D
  • Flash
  • Shockwave

Cookies: Cookies are a way of keeping track of your preferences and it also helps websites recognise you

Javascript: Java script is a programming language mainly known to web development. A javascript code can be placed anywhere in a the HTML of webpage

FTP (File Transfer Protocol): it is the standard network protocol used to transfer computer files from one server to  the user using a client – server model on a computer network. it relies on two client channels one from the client and one from the server.Print

 

 

Task 1 Good websites and Bad websites

  • Research 6 existing websites, noting good and bad design, as well as identifying features you wish to include in your own site and the common locations of key features found in websites.

http://www.jamilin.com

This website was created for Feng Shui.

Positives:

  • Lots of different options to choose from
  • Website doesn’t look appealing to the eye due to the selection of colours and empty spaces throughout the website.

Negatives:

  • Crowded layout
  • Doesn’t make use of space
  • Text and images over flow the page
  • Navigation is quite difficult

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http://www.gatesnfences.com

Negatives:

  • Too much text can confuse the user
  • Small amounts of images scattered
  • Barely any breaks in between text

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http://www.arngren.net

Positives:

  • Large selection of items
  • Lots of information

Negatives:

  • Too much images
  • Font isn’t a consistent size, various sizes.
  • Colours are distracting
  • Navigation is not clear

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https://www.theguardian.com/uk

The Guardian is a news website that supplies their audiences with news from all around the world, it also has a wide variety of categories.

Positives:

  • Fair amount of images
  • Font is at readable size
  • Variety of categories to view

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https://www.newegg.com/global/uk

New egg is a website that delivers computer parts to those in need of them.

Positives:

  • The layout is clear
  • Easy to navigate through
  • Currency change

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http://www.argos.co.uk

Positives:

  • Easy navigation
  • Clear layout
  • Typography is clear and readable
  • Images are appealing to the users eye

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UX and UI design issues

For a website to be popular within the internet it must have:

Desirability – This means that a website that is attractive to the user will cause the user to return for the same experience.

Accessibility – the website is convenient for different categories of users.

Utility – Delivers useful and problem solving content

Homepage – This is a well known name for a index page, it usually provides the user with multiple starting points.

Responsive web design (RWD)

Websites need to be responsive meaning the difference between desktop and device should not change. The website must be able to adapt to different devices and change its technical abilities to fit the device that the user has chosen, if the change is so subtle and unnoticeable to the user that means the designer has done a good job.

A good website will have a heading for the website and different pieces of content, a good selection of a clear and readable font and typography.

Grid systems

A grid system is a 2 dimensional framework, its helps to align and lay out design elements. They break down a design space into a grid to help place certain elements to help catch the users eye. They usually create a user flow and make information and visuals stand out more.bootstrap-using-the-gridfigure1

 

Short Task Planning

Noir Scene Treatment

Name:…………………………………………………………………

Sequence Title:……………………………………………………

Duration:…………………………………………………………….

Outline of scene The trailer starts of by two brothers meeting up, viewing the city, and happily discussing how they have become so successful, while behind that, the big brother seems to have contact with a mystery man. The mystery man then follows the little brother, and suddenly the little brother has been murdered. The crime scene happens, and the investigator and big brother is at the crime scene, and the big brother is all shocked. The investigator is suspicious of a note found in the little brothers pocket when killed, he goes to the address and it’s the mystery man’s address. He questions him about the little brother. The investigator then follows the big brother when suddenly behind them, is the mystery man with a gun, while the big brother has an evil smirk on his face.

 

Crew and roles names Roles and responsibilities
Ethan Camera Man/Editor
Julien Director/Producer/Script/Actor/Editor
Luis Storyboard/Actor/Costumes
Siam Actor
Jaden Actor
Crew contact details Ethan 07762811128
Julien 07954530022
Luis 07995434433
Siam 07983382112
Jaden 07984305956
Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATES
Storyboard 5 Oct
Location planning 30th Nov
Costume and prop planning 7th Dec
Finding actors N/A
Booking equipment 14th Dec
Filming dates 2nd Jan
Logging rushes
editing 16th-18th Jan
Screening
Deadline

 

25th Jan
Use of dialogue

Voice over/ script

 

 

 

 

Use of Sound Mic Voice Over

 

 

Use of Titles  

 

 

Locations Location1: Tate Modern

Location2: Southwark Bridge

Location3: Bank

Characters and actor details Julien – Little Brother

Siam – Big Brother

Luis – Detective

Jaden – Mystery Man

Costumes Wool Jackets/ Shirt/ Tie / Detective Hat  / Business Shoes / Glasses
Props Crime Scene Tape / Detective / Note / Cigarettes / Gun
SFX Premier Pro / Sony Vegas

 

Production Paperwork – Tape /Digital SD Log

 

Crew Names Production
 

Kc Productions

 

Tape no/SD card Date/Time
 

 

 

 

File Number/ file name Scene number: Shot Take Brief description Duration Use
SC01 1 3 7

 

Luis asks Jaden a question 22 sec N/A
SC02 2 3 10

 

Killer fires shot 25 sec N/A
SC03 3 5 15

 

Brothers meet on top of building 16 sec N/A
SC04 4 3 7

 

Aerial view 10 sec N/A
SC05 5 4 10

 

Brothers meet on the bridge 22 sec N/A
SC06 6 5 9

 

Killer follows brother down the stairs 20 sec N/A
SC07 7 4 7

 

Killer meets brother 32 sec N/A
SC08 8 5 9

 

Brother gets killed 21 sec N/A
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. Risk Assessment

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

Production name & number – Production office telephone

Shoot dates

List of location(s) form relates to

Production manager: Julien Zephir / 07954530022

(exec) Producer name: Ethan Fernandes / 07762811128

Complete the following table rating

  • each risks severity on scale from Negligable (N), Low risk (L), Moderate risk (M), Severe (S), Very severe (V)
  • each risks likelihood on scale from Very unlikely (VU), Unlikely (U), Possible (P), Likely (L), Very likely (VL)
  • Determine the risk factor from the table overleaf.
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Hazard

Present?

 

Severity Likelihood Risk Factor
1 Alcohol/drugs N N VU N
2 Animals/insects N N VU N
3 Audiences L L P N
4 Camera cable/grip equipment N N P N
5 Confined spaces L L U N
6 Derelict buildings/dangerous structures L L VU L
7 Electricity/gas (other than normal supplies) N N VU N
8 Fatigue/long hours M S L L
9 Fire/flammable materials L N VU N
10 Hazardous substances N N U L
11 Heat/Cold/extreme weather M M L N
12 Laser/strobe effects N N VU N
13 Machinery/industrial/ crane/hoist L L VU N
14 Materials – glass, non-fire retardant set materials L L VU N
15 Night operation M L L N
16 Noise – high sound levels M M L L
17 Non standard manual handling M M VU N
18 Public/crowds M M L N
19 Radiation N L VU N
20 Scaffold/Rostra N M VU N
21 Smoking on set L L U L
22 Special effects/explosives N N VU N
23 Special needs (elderly, disabled, inexperienced) N N VU N
24 Specialised rescue/first aid N N U N
25 Stunts, dangerous activities N L VU N
26 Tall scenery/suspended ceilings N N VU N
27 Vehicles/speed M M U L
28 Water/proximity to water N N VU N
29 Weapons N N VU N
30 Working at heights L M L N
31 Working overseas N N VU N
32 Other risks N N VU N

 

 

 

 

Location Release Form

LOCATION RELEASE FORM

 From: KC Productions

To: Tate Modern

Dated: 2nd January 2017

Dear name of owner of premises

Name of film Motive for Murder

This letter is to confirm that we may film at your property which is known as Tate modern (the “Property”) from 16:00 to 18:00 on 2nd January 2017 together with a setting up period of 15 minutes and a clearing away period of 15 minutes.

It is therefore agreed as follows:

1.That our personnel, props, equipment, vehicles and artists employed on our production are allowed onto the Property for the purpose of setting up and filming on the dates and for the periods agreed.

 

  1. We may return to the Property at a later date if principal photography and recording is not completed on the dates agreed.

 

  1. We have notified you of the scenes which are to be shot on or around the Property and you confirm and agree that you consent to the filming of these scenes.

 

  1. We are entitled to incorporate all films, photographs and recordings, whether audio or audio-visual, made in or about the Property in the Film as we may require in our sole discretion.

 

  1. We shall not make any structural or decorative alterations to the Premises without your prior consent. In the event that we do want to make alterations and you agree, we shall properly reinstate any part of the Property to the condition it was in prior to those alterations.

 

6.In consideration of the rights granted in this letter we will pay you the sum of £amount on date.

 

  1. You agree to indemnify us and to keep us fully indemnified from and against all actions, proceedings, costs, claims, damages and demands however arising in respect of any actual or alleged breach or non-performance by you of any or all of your undertakings, warranties and obligations under this agreement.

 

8.This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales and subject to the jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Please signify your acceptance of the above terms by signing and returning to us the enclosed copy.

Yours sincerely,

Signed………………………………

 

 

 

 

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