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Discovery - Creating a web site. is accomplished by detailed planning and careful consideration of your business, focusing on how it relates to your customers and how to reach them. The first stage of development is discovering your business needs, the core components, how it works and what it does. A fundamental part of designing a web site. is understanding the main objectives of your business so that the final product will create value for your company.
Analysis - The second stage is analyzing the details of business structure and organizing them into a coherent form. Structuring the data will give you structured web pages, presenting your company online in a streamlined and consistent manner. When all of the details have been listed, you will receive a proposal that is a list of everything that will and will not be included on your web site. This adds value for you, as you know what you are getting up front. A clear vision of your web site's structure will create a site that is accessible, straightforward, and improved usability.
Design - Third, is the design stage. A good design focuses on the function to be performed and is delivered in a polished and unique manner that makes the web user want to come back for more. A web design begins as a concept and evolves into an instinctive product that wraps technology in a showcase of art. Your web design will be new and 100% yours, setting your company apart from the competition.
Development - Fourth is development, when the custom graphics, illustrations, text, and navigation come together to form the new site. Efficiency is key as each detail is carefully thought out and planned so that the end result will be impressive. Finally, when the site is ready to be tested on a private folder, you will verify the end product, and the web site will "go live" to everyone on the Internet.
I am a portrait artist and web designer based in West Jordan, Utah. I graduated from Brigham Young University in 1999, with a degree in Art Education, am a member of the Salt Lake City Adobe User Group, and currently work for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as an Interaction Designer.
- Emmy B. Southworth
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