|Follow us when we help Kids On The Block by redesigning their website.|
After meeting with the program coordinator for the Kids On The Block, I have been thinking how hard this could of been. First of all, she could of been disagreeable and not let us do anything. Thankfully, we discussed some new designs for the kids area of the website and we all agreed. Second, the website could of been written in computer language and unable to undo anything without knowing computer language. (I'm not that advanced) But, the program coordinator thankfully used a free and easy website maker like we use weebly for this website.
Meeting with the owner is essential too, because you can't even do the project without doing it. During the meeting you need to discuss what the main plan is, how are you going to do it, and how is it going to attract people. Emma and I are about to meet with the executive director and program coordinator of our local Kids On The Block. This is Bella and there is a blog post in the making with Emma. See you soon!
Planning out is essential! Otherwise, when you go to redesigning you will be like, "What am I doing now?" Kinda like going to Florida without any reservations or plans. To plan I would recommend doing a T-chart. For the T-chart you should put the categories as what to keep and what not to keep. After you have made the chart, you need to go to the website and look at every little detail. I mean EVERY. If you don't, when you go to redesigning you will look at that detail and be like, "What that there for?" After you do EVERY detail in the T-chart, you need to go to the don't keep section and make a list on what you want to replace with for that list. Example: Replace the wallpaper that is all flowery and patterns with a solid color with a cool type of writing. This is Bella and hopefully you see either me or Emma soon!!