Basic Information of Dynamic Site Stefania Magnolia Lukito Fall 2012 | IM 241 Integrated Information Design
Creative Brief Background: Most web designer still didnâ€™t understand what is dynamic site design and whatâ€™s the different between the regular site. This infographic is to help the web designer to understand what is dynamic site,and the pro and cons of it. Client: Art Institute Target Audience: Students Web Designer Objectives: To provide information what is dynamic site design. The pro and cons of static and dynamic site. To show the examples of dynamic site.
Obstacles: Provide enough information and make people understand what is dynamic site. There are more words that statistics or numbers. Tone: Clean, Professional and Informative Media: Print (Poster)
Examples / Usage: E-commerce Content Management System (CMS) Members Database Business organization that offer products / service that change with time. Blogs Newsletter sites Dynamic Pros Much more functional website Much easier to update Easy for the client to use Dynamic Cons Slower to develop More expensive to Develop Hosting costs a little more.
Process 5 1
client / browser
Basic Information About
Dynamic Site What is Dynamic site? It is a web site that displays different content each time it’s viewed. It is generated at the time of access by a user or change as a result of interaction with the user. This website’s content is stored in a database and the dynamic code “pulls” the content from a database.
DNS Client / Browser
3 4 Database
2 types Client-Side Scripting is web pages
that change in response to an action within that web page, such as a mouse, or a keyboard action. Client-side content is content that is generated on the user’s computer rather than the server.
Server-Side Scripting is web pages
that change when a web page is loaded or visited use server-side scripting. Server-side content is content that is generated when a web page is loaded.
Easy for the client to use
Easier to Update
More Functional Website
More Expensive to Develop
Slower to Develop
Hosting Costs A Little More
IM 241_P3 Preliminary Presentation