Why Planning is Important for Good Web Design? By Admin 29th Jun 2011 10:20 AM, In Website Design Service

It is very necessary to plan for the website before starting with the process of web designing to know the basic goals of the website which you intend to achieve from it.

Planning is a powerful phase of any project as it actually defines the process. A good planning done always gives benefit that lasts for a long time. A good planning will also boost up your creativity which will again create a good impression in front of your clients.

Before starting with planning it is necessary to collect some information needed. Website planning starts with a sitemap having a list of all main areas and sub topics of a website to be created. This is generally in a form of diagram may be a flow chart or a tree diagram. A good sitemap will always have navigation menu on every page.

Planning may vary for different websites according to their features and functionalities. But there are six planning steps which is present in any kind of web design project:

  • Defining Success
  • Defining the Content
  • Defining the Features and Functionalities
  • Considering the Audience
  • Doing some Research
  • Organization

Along with these things, you can also decide upon various other things like which technology you will use can be decided once you are sure about features needed to be included in the website, you can make up mind that whether you need flash or HTML 5 for your website, and many other things.

Elinsys is an India based web design company which provides website designing, graphic design, css design and html designing. To get more information contact on +91-79-40050401 OR email us at info@eliteinfoworld.com

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