Xiaoqiu Shan


Information design for the web and interactive multimedia integrates content with visual indicators. Legibility and clear communication of information and direction are important to the success of graphical user interface design. This thesis is a systematic introduction about Chinese fish dishes. The information is built into a website. The objective of the thesis is to increase the efficiency of transmitting information to users, making it more easily understandable and less time-consuming to be comprehended. Users can find information on classic Chinese fish dishes conveniently from the website. The project includes five parts, they are: Home page, Introduction, Restaurant, Kitchen and Fishing. It provides some interactive features: one Flash multimedia online learning course and one Flash fishing game. Users can learn about various Chinese fish dishes in the Restaurant part; can go through the cooking fish process in a virtual environment by using cooking equipment and different ingredients under instruction. Also, users can play a fun fishing game harpooning four different kinds of fish commonly used in Chinese recipes.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Interactive multimedia--Design; Web sites--Design; Cookery, Chinese--Computer-assisted instruction; Cookery (Fish)--Computer-assisted instruction

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School of Design (CIAS)


Schweppe, Marla

Advisor/Committee Member

Foster, Shaun


Note: imported from RIT’s Digital Media Library running on DSpace to RIT Scholar Works. Physical copy available through RIT's The Wallace Library at: QA76.76.I59 S43 2009


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