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Product analysis: If your school has an internet site, look at it and think about the people who are likely to use it. How successfully does it meet their communication needs? If your school doesn't have a website, look at another school's site.

Research: Brainstorm all the information that students in your school need on a regular basis, for example details of clubs, the school shop, lunchtime events and sports fixtures.

DMA: Design a web page that could be used to meet students' information needs on a daily basis.

DMA: Many schools have students who speak different languages. Design a method of communicating school rules that does not depend on the written or spoken word.

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