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Advice For Successful Web Design And Development

Author : Jamie Russ

A website design is all about demonstrating the web site with copy, images, animations and video clips. Its an elementary human temptation to trust what is viewed. This indicates that the graphic content of the website works more effectively than the written text content, notably at converting the visitor into a customer. The entire process of creating a web design that is user-friendly can be split into different levels that are discussed as follows.

First Meeting:

The web design process starts with the meeting of the business owner and the website designer. This being the first phase of the process, the two of you have to simplify what is to be included onto the website. This includes the research into the necessity of the website by the business owner, the priorities of the website, the market segment targeted and selecting the types of images to be included. Pricing, packages and timeframe applied to create your website needs to be addressed in this phase.

Researching The Market:

This is the next step where the web developer agency should research the past, present and long term future of the business. The past experiences and future forecasts along with the current market scenario perform a vital role in this research. The testimonial videos correspond with the past of the company. What the company guarantees and will be offering relates to the long term. The competition relates to the present.

Concept Development:

This is about the requirements of the business and outcomes of your analysis are going to be introduced on the website particularly with reference to the images. The images that are going to be presented must be linked to the purpose of the website. The project strategy needs to be mutually agreed upon by the website owner and the web design agency.

Style and Layout:

Some of the artwork need to be placed in the centre of the web site while some are to be kept on the periphery. The layout must be organized depending on the culture and movement of the eyes. In most of the cases the movement of the eyes is from left to right while in few cases it is from right to left. The images that the website owner wants to be initially noticed ought to be located after taking this factor into account.

Suitable technologies should be used to embed the artwork on to the website. The technology should not increase the load to such an extent that the duration of downloading increases dramatically. The web layout should be adaptable to alterations too.

Presentation to Customer:

This is the second last part of the web design process. This is about presentation of the concept website to the website owner. The website owner must study and go over it from every viewpoint that influences this company.

Acceptance of the Design:

This is about signing off on the final design and submitting it to the hosting company. Be certain to check the many various internet hosting choices on offer prior to picking a final web hosting company.

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Jamie Russ is the founder of a successful graphic design studio, Aurora Art & Design which led to the creation of over 400 successful logo designs. Learn more about logo design and how to choose the right logo designer.

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