The Modern Design Process
Modern design Design should be at the core of the design process. Knowing what you have to work with, or want to include, shapes the layout and flow. Without any sort of structured content, building the site will be a more time-consuming and frustrating process. Designing your own website. Seems daunting, doesn’t it? Well, fear not. Our guide will show you how anyone can build a website – with just a few pointers!. A lot of folks think that if you want to design a great website.
Define Your Site’s Purpose and Strategy
It sounds like such a simple point to make, but before you jump head-first into designing your website, you first need to be clear on its purpose. Beyond simply knowing your industry and defining a content strategy, you need to think about what your USP (unique selling point) is, and how you want to come across.
Outlines the general overview of the project, organizational background, the environment the organization exists in.
What are two or three specific measurable goals that the site should achieve? Clear goals allow the Web team.
Who will help the organization achieve its stated goals? Most organizations speak to multiple organizations.
Who are rival organizations that provide similar offerings to your audience? Include an overview of competitive organizations.
The purpose of the launch phase is to prepare the website for public viewing. This requires final polishing of design elements, deep testing of interactivity and features and, most of all, a consideration of the user experience.
Transfer to live server
Final cross-browser check
links and functionality
Business re-enters the picture at this point as you take care of all the little tasks related to closing the project. Packaging source files, providing instructions for use and any required training occurs at this time.
Project close, final documentation
Provide documentation and source files
Handoff to the client
Refining the Process
Merely a sample process
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