Website design steps

A website is a collection of interlinked web pages that share a single domain name. Websites can be created and provided by an individual, group, business or organization to serve a variety of purposes.

Website design means creating an integrated form and structure for the site from a master page and internal pages, and every part of the site is visible. It includes everything related to the visual appearance of the visitor, including:

-          The size of web pages within the site that are filled with the browser, or within a window that represents a percentage of the browser.

-          The look of the home page and other pages, such as the articles display page, and the sections view page.

-          Font size and type for all text used in the site.

-          Site colors on all of its pages.

-          Where the site logo and name appear, and social media icons.

-          The shape and size of the site header and footer.

·         Stages of website appearance

The creation of any website goes through several stages:


§  The idea stage;

the decision-maker, in this stage creates a website, whether it's an individual site, a company site, an organization, or a government site.

§  Design phase

The Web Designer takes the idea from the user, outlines, visualizes the look of the Web site, and then starts to base the site, and many Web designers can subscribe to the site design, due to the size and nature of the site.

§  Hosting stage

This is the pre-final stage, that the Web Hosting had made an agreement to host the site, choose the suitable packages and capacity for the site, and choose the annual pricing plan. Also, at this point, the domain name that represents the web address of the site is chosen.

§  Launch stage

This is the final stage, where the site is released to the public.

In fact, this is not the only scenario for creating a website; there are quick and easy ways that everyone can use, without the need for specialists, such as using WordPress.

Website design steps

There are three steps for designing a website. It’s sometimes done by one, two, or even three different people.

·         UX Design

At this point, a complete paper visualization must be done to design the website, where everything is in it, and arrange the content, and then taking into account the user's ease of use.

·         UI Design

At this point, the visualization is transferred from the paper in the previous stage, to an image on the computer in an image design program such as Photoshop. At this point, you must specify the colors for the site, the size and types of fonts, and everything to be performed by the developer.

·         UI Developer

At this point, a photoshop image is converted into files with code written in specialized programming languages for design work. This, as we have already pointed out, represents everything visible to the user.

As the use of Web sites has evolved, there are two types of Web sites have emerged.

Type1: Static locations

It is only those sites where the content is non-interactive and doesn’t change according to the visitor, only the owner of the site or the designer who can change it

It uses languages such as;

-           HTML and CSS to build its pages.

Type 2: Interactive Sites (Dynamic)

It is based on building interactive smart pages and apps based on the needs of site users, including servers.

This is what happens on the user's page.

These sites have a control panel that the owner can control through visual elements, not code, and enable the user to choose personal preferences that appear to him or her.

·         Some of the languages used in website development and programming:

– PHP– ASP– JSP– JavaScript– Flash.

The plan of design the website

-           Purpose

A good web design always meets the user's needs. Do your website visitors search for information, entertainment, or a kind of Interact or work with your business?

 Each page of your website must have a clear purpose, and to meet a specific need users of your site in the most efficient way possible.

-          Communication

People on the web tend to get information quickly, so it's important to communicate clearly, and make your information easy to read and digest. Some effective tactics that must be included in your Web design include organizing information using addresses

-          Typefaces

In general, ‘Sans serif’ fonts such as ‘Arial’ and ‘Verdana’ are easier to read over the Internet (Sans serif fonts are contemporary lines without decorative finishes.) The perfect font size for easy reading online is 16 pixels and is committed to a maximum 3 deflector maximum 3 points to keep your design flowing.

-          Colors

Using the contrasting colors of text and background will make reading easier. Vibrant colors create emotions and must use them in a usable form (for example, buttons and calls for action). Last but not least, the white space/space that is considered Passivity is very effective in giving your website a newly-arranged look.

-          Images

The image can speak a thousand words, and choosing the right images for your website can help to position the brand and connect with your target audience. If you don't have professional quality photos at hand, consider buying stock photos to lift the look of your website.

Also consider using graphs, videos, and graphs because they can be more effective communication from even the most well written texts.

-          Navigation

Navigation is about how easy people move and navigate your website. Some powerful navigation methods include a hierarchy, the logic of the page, the use of baking banners, the design of clickable buttons, and the following “three-click rule” means that users will be able to find the information they are looking for in three clicks.

-          Pattern design

Eye-tracking studies have determined that people are powering “F”-style computer screens. Most of what people see is at the top left of the screen. The right side of the screen is rarely shown. Instead of trying to force visual streaming of scenes, websites designed effectively will work with the normal behavior of the reader displaying information in order of importance (left to right, top to bottom).

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