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ISYS100 Website Discussion Questions 1. Explain your design for your website with justification. 2. What are the two JavaScript you incorporated into your website? How do each of them improve your website? 3. If your technological ability were limitless, what else would you add to this website? How would it look, what features would it have, etc.? How would it communicate the topic better? 4. Find one other website (corporate, government, education or mass media), that you admire and provide the URL. What specific elements do you think are admirable about the website (Design? Content? Layout? Overall impression? Cool technology?)

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The website has three pages; a homepage, a page dedicated to a brief history of the car and a page dedicated to a few of the Falcon models. Each page is divided into subtopics such as the different models to ensure it is well set out and easy to read. The audience that the website targets are those who are interested in learning some information about an Australian manufactured car without having to surf the web for information as it is all in one place. I have used a subtle blue theme to ensure the website remains clean and easy to navigate while ensuring the historical blue colour related to Ford is visible throughout. I have also divided each page into sections which allows for a much cleaner navigation through the pages with a dedicated sidebar where l...
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