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ADR Toolbox Website About Clay Chastain Major: Communication Minor: Anthropology, Philosophy Background in web design, development, and implementation; marketing and public relations experience: 2003-09 ViaMedia 2006-09 deviantART Inc. 2006-10 Freelancing (Vectortea Design) About the Client The client is Don Philbin, an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) lawyer located in San Antonio, Texas. ADR refers to any dispute resolution that takes place outside the judicial system About the Project Client-based professional project The title will be ADR Toolbox and hosted at www.adrtoolbox.com as per the client’s request Client Needs Wants to create a dynamic website to showcase his web applications (online mediation tools) and social media Twitter, Facebook, Wordpress, Wiki, LinkedIn Project will encompass all design, some development, and some implementation Project Significance Helpful in expanding my website design experience Integrates new social media concepts (such as Twitter) Increases my ability to collaborate with clients and developers Increases my exposure in the design community Benefits for the Client End benefit will be increased revenue for the client, via the following: Increased web presence from social aspects and web applications Client will be the first to introduce these social concepts into the market Potential need for these tools is high, meaning implementation will give the client a leading edge Research Details Feedback and information provided by the client: InternetLegal Research Group list of top 250 law firms, to be used as the primary design reference (style, content, use of technologies) Several supplied links to competing ADR websites Direct consultation with the client Additional Academic Research Alby, F., & Zucchermaglio, C. (2007). Embodiment at the Interface: Materialization Practices in Web Design. Digital Style History: The Development of Graphic Design on the Internet. (2002). Espadas, J., Calero, C., & Piattini, M. (2008). Web Site Visibility Evaluation. Gevorgyan, G., & Porter, L. (2008). One Size Does Not Fit All: Culture and Perceived Importance of Web Design Features. Identifying Graphic Conventions for Genre Definition in Web Sites. (2002). Keeping up: Web Design Skill and the Reinvented Worker. (2002). A Model of Visual, Aesthetic Communication Focusing on Web Sites. (2002). Park, J. Y. (2007). Empowering the User as the New Media Participant. Rieh, S. Y. (2002). Judgment of Information Quality and Cognitive Authority in the Web. Zhang, P., & von Dran, G. M. (2000). Satisfiers and Dissatisfiers: A Two-Factor Model for Website Design and Evaluation.
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