Now that you’ve practiced seeing specific elements on a web page, let’s apply G

Now that you’ve practiced seeing specific elements on a web page,
let’s apply Garrett’s elements (from Chapter 2). Using a site of your
own choosing, perhaps a favorite ecommerce or
news site, create a breakdown of the content using Garrett’s five
planes: Surface, Skeleton, Structure, Scope, and Strategy. Use the Home or other single page to keep this manageable.
This is a written report, but feel free to include any sort of
imagery you’d like… of the planes, of the site, etc. Consider these
questions (again, Don’t use the questions verbatim as your headings):
Was it difficult or easy to see these planes once you began looking for
them? Did you find that despite your familiarity with the site you’ve
chosen, it was difficult to break it to a clear organization?
A cover page would be best (yes, I prefer it, so why not?); at the very least, slap your name on top of that thing.
Use a separate, well-marked section for each of the planes.
It should end up about 2-4 pages (not including any images you might add).
You want to say something substantial and meaningful about each of the planes (think in paragraphs, not in sentences).

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