Web design

The four primary aspects of web designs are:Content, Technology, Visuals, and Economics. Technology implements the fundation of the site. The primary purpose of the contents is to inform or perhaps persuade users. Visuals provide the form for the site. Last but not the least, economic ramificaions of building a site depends upon the objective and type of the site. Let us understand websites metaphorically as pyramids. Contents provide the bricks we use to build the pyramid. Its foundation rests solidly on visuals and technology. The sites rely heavily on economics for its success. First, The objective of the site should be well defined, and then determine how the defined goals can be accomplished. a clear understanding of the purpose will reduce the risk of the project failing and help determine if it is reasonable to the site at all. Next, a design for the site should be produced which should include both visual and technichal prototypes. Once the design is finalised, the site should be implemented and tested. Eventually, all pieces of site, including the content should be integrated and further tested. Only then the site should be released. A common mistake made in Web development is that sites are built more for designers and their needs than for sites actual users. A site cannot be a good or a popular site if designers ignore the need of their users. There is an important tenet of Web Design: * Designers are not users. Users are not designers. Good websites are useful to their users. Usefulness is the combination of utility and usability. Utility described the site's functionality that meets a user's need. Usability describes the user's ability to manipulate site's features in order to accomplish his purpose of visiting the site without any error.