Functions and Procedure to develop Static and Dynamic Creative Website Design
There are two types of website static and dynamic. Generally, static website develop for an officially, like govt. department, tour travel information, etc. and dynamic website development for maintaining all data information which cannot possibly manage by a statically. Though we have 1,00,000 books for sale so we need full information on every book relevant and display on website. For 1,00,000 books we shall need same numbers of pages for every book if we developed a static website. Dynamic website can solve problem by developing ten to twenty pages only. In Dynamic website we will create a data base on back end and on front end user will see single page but data will change dynamically according book. Website Project developer follows following processes to develop a website.
Project identifications and planning:
This is a first step to develop a website. Project developer analyzes website technical requirement and capability, operational feasibility and estimated cost in this step.
Design of a website functions:
Designing of a website features is a challenging task. Design must simply understandable, t and amenable to change. All features of Site should divide in module. Every module should understandable of the website function.
Coding is step to convert design in scripting code HTML, ASP, PHP, .NET, JAVA etc. All modules must code separately and after all coding every module joint each other. Code should write in top technical person guidelines. Well written code can reduce testing and maintenance cost.
This is a step to check a site features, work proper or not. Functions should check and find errors which may possible. Testing should implement by none IT professional persons.
After final testing of the site, developer uploads all source code on server finally and hand over to Customer. After development, website promotion (SEO) step start.
Design is an individual display of columns, headers, and footers used creatively to create a distinct identity for a website. It involves an aesthetic arrangement of objects on a single page.
There are elements that result in creative website design these elements are the different objects used to built a final layout. Two many elements, many colors can leave the design searching cluttered. Identifying elements that are to be a part of the layout is important before proceeding with the design itself.
A complex design is not compulsory a beneficial design. Design must be straightforward and useful defining at a glance what the site is about. Get the candidate to find what they are searching for at a glance.
Few design elements that can makes a significant difference to the performance of a web page are:
Position and color of the primary call to action
Number of elements on a page
Images used on a page
Use of text or image links
The amount of white space used in the background
Here, few factors that should be taken into account before designing.
These are mentioned below:
CSS allows full control over the style of a hypertext document. By using Cascading Style Sheets all pages within the website can have the design elements changed as the designer just needs to edit the style sheet. Using CSS can keep both style and the content separate.
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