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1Assignment No. 1Professional Practice in ITFahad AlSuwaidiu3161044
2Introduction Today, websites are important components of many organizations and individuals because the provide opportunities for organizations to expose themselves as well as create awareness and market the organizations. Currently, websites are utilized in all types of entities, including schools, universities, business entities, and individuals[ CITATION Meh03 \l 1033 ]. With the importance of websites increasing every day, it is imperative that entities analyze their sites in a bid to determine the quality and level of usability of the website. This report provides a rhetoric analysis of the Western Sydney University, whose website address is http://www.uws.edu.au. Toconduct a proper analysis, the report focuses on analyzing four major aspects (architecture and design) that contribute to making a good website.Analysis The Western Sydney University’s website is set in a simple, colorful, and easy to understand manner. At the top of the website is the university’s name and logo, presented in red and black color. The university name is also a link, which takes you to the homepage of the website. Immediately beside the university’s name and logo are six links that direct the user to the home page, future students’ page, student’s link, international link, research, and alumni links. These links can also be found at the bottom of the page where additional details are added to improve the ease of access. The middle of the page has a bright red slide show with images of professionally dressed individuals who reflect the mood of the page. The website architecture and design are simple and easy to understand. All the links on the page are easy to identify, thus improving the maneuverability and ease of information access. The major links and the sub-links have been linked well thus giving users an easy time. In spite of
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