All the students need to answer the FOUR questions.
Question 1 (25 Points):
Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology corporation headquartered in California, that develops and sells software applications, electronics, and online services. Visit the website: https://www.apple.com/ to find more information about it and answer the following questions:
(a) Do you think information on the website is well organized? Why or why not? You need to support your answer with evidence/screenshot(s).
(b) If you were told that the website was to be rebuilt by a professional team, what change would you like to see the most?
(c) What functions do you want to see on the website but not there yet?
Question 2 (20 points)
Based on the current website (https://www.apple.com/) and what you learned from lesson 7 and 8, develop a high-level blueprint for this website. Use any application/online tool to implement your design. Use colors and different symbology to make the design readable and identify the website content/layers. The design should include a legend to covey the meaning of the blueprint’s symbology/different colors.
Question 3 (20 points)
Create a wireframe for the website home page based on your blueprint and the current website (https://www.apple.com/). The wireframe need to be a medium fidelity wireframe. Use any application/online tool to implement your design.
Question 4 (35 points)
Create a usability test plan for this website. You must to follow the format presented in chapter 11 of Brown’s book which is attached as a pdf file in lesson 9 & 10 (Figure 11.1, 11.4, and 11.5).
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Submission: Please name your submission as “AssignThree-<your last name>.doc” without the quotes (please replace <your last name> with your actual last name).
Please upload your submission to the Assignment Three link by the due date as specified in the syllabus.
 The blueprint should be designed based on the current state of the website not your proposed design/improvement
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