Essay on Online Ordering System

1048 Words Jan 24th, 2011 5 Pages
Splurk Tee Website and Ordering System

Group: Flip
Don Ray Gepulango - Lead Designer/ Grammarian
Jeabby Del Mundo - Analyst/Designer
Jeric Casumpang – Designer
Angelina Provido – Secretary/Treasurer Introduction Lots of T-shirt brands and Clothing Companies have been supporting many kinds of sports since people can remember. In this modern era, more and more teens and adults have been involved in new kinds of sports like BMX riding and Skateboarding. On the popularity of these sports, many T-shirt brands are inspired to create new design related to these sports.
Bacolod City has plenty of BMX riders and Skateboarders but lack of support. Until young local artist decided to make their own T-shirt designs that fit to BMX and
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The site will only sell and display all products of Splurk Tee, other brands will not be marketed. The website will focus only on selling t-shirts, other kinds of merchandise is not included on this project. This site will only offer t-shirt designs for youth. The website can be view by everyone but can only accommodate nationwide orders and will not accommodate international orders. The ordering system will be using e-mail and cannot cater online shopping cart, Paypal and credit cards. All orders will be delivered through local express delivery services nationwide.

Review of Related Literature With the gigantic growth of companies' web sites in the last years, corporations have felt obligated to also establish a "Web presence" to remain competitive. In order to meet users' needs, the web designers have to research and preferable follow a well thought project design plan.
A good approach to resolve the issue is to follow a straight line of attack for designing Web sites founded on users' feedback and expectations.
I) Determine Website's Main Purpose
It is very important to be clear and focused about the site's objectives and purposes. Here are some common website purposes:
a) Build your brand and create an online brochure
b) Provide product information to drive local sales to dealers' locations.
c) Sell advertising.
d) Sell products or services

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