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Website is one of the most talked about and the used modern marketing tools, which help your business to grow worldwide. Website is the perfect medium through which you can educate and sell your products and services, without investing much money. After the phenomenal growth of the Internet, it has been found that generally consumer search for the products or services before shopping. There are a lot of advantages of a website, out of which few are like this, you can easily improve the awareness of your products and services, your website is working 24/7, it does not cost you fortune, etc. The only hitch is that you really need a good web design company, which can pull it off according to your business needs because design is the most important part of a website. Web design is the first thing, which catches the attention of the viewers. If you are looking for a web design company, which can go beyond your expectation as far as the website designing is concerned, you are at the right place. We have a well defined web design process in place, which helps our designer to excel.

 

Web Designer India is one of the leading web design company of India and is famous for affordable and professional services. We have a well defined web design process, which we fellow before designing. Our designing process is simple, we start by gathering required information from the client, like, whom you want to target, services and products you are supposed to promote, etc. After that, our designer does a brain storming session, followed by site structure finalization, and only after that, they start their design process. Our designers are highly talented and you can interact with them directly throughout the web design process. Our website design services include the following- logo design, banner, flash intro, 2D animation and much more.

 

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2. Design It

Once the plan has been created then the graphical portion can be started. The planning group should still be consulted when making these decisions.
1. Create a site outline - An outline will help develop the file structure and give a sense of where and when information should appear on the site. The outline will show the layers to the site.
2. Develop the file structure - Once an outline has been created the file structure can then be developed. Information should be grouped together based on the outline. Files and folders can be created, so as pages are ready to be worked on the files already have a home. See Suggestions for naming web files and folders for further information.
3. Decide on the page layout - What kind of layout style will accomplish the purpose for the web site? Will there be different layouts for the different layers or different sections? There should be, however, some constant that links the individual pages to the entire site. Will any of the layout be done using Cascading Style Sheets.
4. Decide what type of coding, scripting or other technology will be needed to create the design - Will you be using HTML or XHTML to accomplish your goal or will you need to use Javascript, ASP, Flash, or other scripting languages? Be sure to use these technologies to enhance a site, not just because they exist. Consider what metatags you need to use so search engines will pick up your site.
5. Decide on the graphic design - What is the color scheme? Pick colors that compliment each other and try not to use too many. The background should not interfere with viewing the text and the font of the text should be a standard font, so that it will appear nearly the same on every computer. Are there any graphics or logos that will be used and is there a particular spot on the page that it should appear. Much of the graphic design part can be applied by using Cascading Style Sheets.

3. Develop It

Now the developer can start to work on building the site. During this stage it is important to make sure that the planning group is consulted from time to time to make sure that the design is going in the right direction.
1. Create the HTML or XHTML pages - Using the page layout that was created in the Design stage start putting the content in the site.
2. Create the graphics - Create or gather all of the graphics and images that will be used throughout the site. It is helpful to store all of them in one folder named images. Place images where they belong, being sure to have alternative text for every graphic.
3. Create a good navigational scheme - Make sure that people that use the site can easily get around with out having to rely on the browser's back button. The navigation should be easily apparent and consistent throughout the site.
4. Double Check Content - Make sure that all content is correct and current. Spell check all pages. Check that all pages have a descriptive title.
5. Make it accessible - Make sure that the web site is accessible to all users. Any page on the campus web server must, at minimum, follow the priority. See the Campus Web Site Policies and Procedures document for further information.
6. Upload the site to the web testing server - Move all of the files and folders to the web testing server so it will be available for all. (If you would like access to the test server please contact the Campus Webmaster.)

4. Test It

At this point you will be anxious to just launch the site, but take the time to do this and save yourself time in the long run.
1. Check the design on different platforms, browsers, and monitors. Use the document "Checklist for Testing Web Page Design" (PDF) to help with this stage. The web site should be tested on PC, as well as on a Macintosh. It should be tested on a variety of web browsers. Just because something looks good in Internet Explorer doesn't mean that it looks good in Netscape. The design should also be viewed with different monitor resolution settings.
2. Check each and every link. One of the quickest ways to drive away your audience is to have links that don't work.
3. Check the usability. Select a small group of people that represent your target audience and ask them to use the site. Did they find what they were looking for? Did they expect to find something and didn't? Was the language clear?

5. Maintain It

Think the job is over? Think again. Web design is just the beginning. Once a web site it up the maintenance of it begins. It is important to make sure that the site changes to stay fresh and that content is never out of date.
Create a maintenance plan - How often should the site be reviewed? Who is responsible for reviewing each section? How will the changes be made and by whom?
Evaluate the final product - Did the site design achieve what was planned? If not, where should changes be made?
Keep information update - It is important to make sure that the site changes to stay fresh and that content is never out of date. Keeping the site current keeps users coming back.