Web Designing Solutions
Web Designing Solutions
Web Design is the art and process of creating a single Web page or entire Web sites and may involve both the aesthetics and the mechanics of a Web site’s operation design elements. The intent of web design is to create a website—a collection of although primarily it focuses on the look and feel of the Web site – the electronic documents and applications that reside on a Web server/servers. The website may include text, images, sounds and other content, and may be interactive. Web design is a form of electronic publishing.
Basic aspects of Web Design
The content: The substance and information on the site should be relevant to the site and should target the area of the public that the website is concerned with.
The usability: The site should be user-friendly, with the interface and navigation simple and reliable.
The appearance: The graphics and text should include a single style that flows throughout, to show consistency. The style should be professional, appealing and relevant.
The structure: The structure of the web site as a whole.
Static versus dynamic web pages
Static web pages Static web pages don’t change content or layout with every request to the web server. They change only when a web author manually updates them with a text editor or web editing tool like Adobe Dreamweaver. The vast majority of web sites use static pages, and the technique is highly cost-effective for publishing web information that doesn’t change substantially over months or even years.
Dynamic web pages Dynamic web pages can adapt their content or appearance depending on the user’s interactions, changes in data supplied by an application, or as an evolution over time, as on a news web site. Dynamic web pages offer enormous flexibility, but the process of delivering a uniquely assembled mix of content with every page request requires a rapid, high-end web server, and even the most capable server can bog down under many requests for dynamic web pages in a short time.
Steps to Design a Website
1) Before beginning to create a website, we should take care about our audience and purpose for designing the site.
2) A template, which is a pattern or guide used in the construction of the website, can either be found in a published source or modeled off an idea borrowed from another designer.
3) Maintain a simple and consistent layout throughout the site.
4) The pages should be arranged them logically, by importance and by topic.
5) We should write according to the audience we serve.
6) To make our text easier to read, break it into smaller sections, using subheadings and appropriate spacing to separate each the sections.
7) Avoid filling the homepage with too much information; instead, provide only crucial information and links to other sections here.
How to determine what type of website you need
The vast array of options one has for setting up a website can add confusion to the process. One way to begin considering the options is to decide if your needs are simple or complex:
*Simple: If your business is not web-based and you merely want a place on the web, there are many off-the-shelf, even free, products and services that may be all you need.
*Less simple: If you are going to be selling products online and need to set up an e-commerce site, there are inexpensive and easy-to-set up products and services.
*Complex: If your site is going to the basis of an online business, then developing it may involve a great deal of time and resources to create and launch.
*Very complex: If your site is going to contain vast amounts of content and data used in a specialized way, it will also require custom development to create and launch.