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  1. 1. Website template : Part IHeave the Site with Hottest UniquenessIn <a href="">Web Design Delhi</a> company e-Fuzion the web is pageconsists of information for which the website is designed and developed. For example, a web site mightbe compared to a book, where each page of the book is a web page. Web Design Delhi’scompany e-Fuzion for all time takes first step towards to make a decision that the theme of the websiteand freeze up on the structure of the website. A website characteristically consists of text and images.The first page of a website is known as the Home page or Index. Each web page within <ahref="">Web Design Delhi</a> ‘s company e-Fuzion website is an htmlfile which has its own url. After each web page is created, they are typically linked together using anavigation menu composed of hyperlinks. Once a website is finished, it must be in print or uploaded inorder to be viewable to the public over the internet. This is done using different clients. Once available,the webmaster may use a variety of techniques to increase the traffic, or hits, that the website receives.This may include submitting the website to a search engine such as Google or Yahoo, exchanging linkswith other websites, creating affiliations with similar websites, etc. While designing a website theguidelines laid down by search engines should be followed. This will help in faster indexing of thewebsite in search engines. A company gets a web to reach out masses through search engines. Whiledesigning a web site, design aesthetics should be complemented with the guidelines lay down by thesearch engines. This will help you to have a website which is aesthetically appealing as well as searchengine friendly.e-Fuzion Company in New Delhi, India has over a decade experience in web site designing anddevelopment. For more in sequence on how to design a search engine gracious web site, contact us at <a href="">Web Design Delhi</a> company e-fuzion has createdgreat space in the online world on offering web designing structures.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See for details!Website template : End of Part I
  2. 2. Hiring a Web Design Firm vs. Freelance DesignerA web site is more than just a tool for business. Its part of your "brand" image, your storefront and ameasure of your professionalism. A good web site is navigable, provides easy access to goods, servicesor information and effectively serves the purposes of its owner or owners. As you might imagine,developing sites that meet these criteria is no easy task. While there are thousands of freelance webdesigners available to choose from, few of them have the experience and skill necessary to tailor a siteto fit an individuals specific needs.Many business owners simply use price as a comparison point, which somewhat favors freelanceindividuals. Those who are savvy enough to ask for a portfolio of multiple sites, however, usually decideto go with a firm after doing so. Its important to understand that the development of one or two sites islittle indication of the ability to know and be able to construct a site that is beneficial for your business.The benefit of going with a firm as opposed to a freelance individual is simple. Firms usually havespecialists who work on the a particular part of your web site. The person creating your layout isnt likelyto be the person working on HTML or scripting. When specialists handle individual aspects of a project,those aspects get more individualized attention. Still, unless a web design firm has a fluid productionprotocol between departments, delays can occur. Looking at a portfolio wont indicate the amount oftime or cost overruns that occurred when developing a site. When assembling bids from various firms,its important to remember to ask for at least a relative time frame for completion so that you can havean idea of when the work will be done.In the grand scheme of things, firms can offer business owners more experience and greater attentionto detail than most freelance individuals can. Your business is unlike any other and deserves a team ofprofessionals dedicated to making the most of your web site. While a freelance individual may be adeptat building one type of site, whos to say its the right type of site for what you have to offer?Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See for details!Website template : End of Part IIHiring A Web Developer
  3. 3. Today, most businesses want a website. Some already have one. Others want one. They dont want tohire IT staff and probably cant afford any. And in most cases, an in-house IT staff, especially for yourtypical small business, just isnt necessary. But, that doesnt mean that you have to go without or will beforced to use some cookie cutter website or a personal Frontpage experiment gone awry. You can hire aweb developer/designer to create a professional website for you, set it up, then hand it over to you foryou to do what you want with it. But, how should you go about finding someone to do this? Whatshould you look for? There are literally thousands of companies/individuals out there offering to do yourwebsite. How do you pick from this large group?What Do You Want?The first step is to decide exactly what you want on your website. This is very important as it willdetermine what the requirements are and, in turn, what skill set your web developer needs to fulfillyour needs. Here are some questions to ask of yourself:* What kinds of information do you want to have on your site? Approximately how large do you envisionthe site (# of pages)?* Will your site require regular updates? Do you want to do these updates yourself?* Will you be engaging in e-commerce on this website?* Will you need a database?* How fast do you need the job done?* What is your budget?Start Your Search
  4. 4. Doing a web search for someone that has the skills you will need for your website will still give you ahumongous list of possible choices. Referrals are often the best method of weeding people out. IFsomeone recommends a developer, it is because they are happy with the service they were provided.So, if someone recommends a developer to you, you should check that developer out and see if theyhave the skills you will need from them.Often, the web developers you are pondering are not located in your town. In todays day and age, thisis not usually a problem. Yes, there are instances where a face-to-face meeting is really beneficial, and ifyou are the kind of really considers this meeting important, you should limit your search to developerswithin driving distance of your location. Otherwise, the internet and phone system provide all thecommunication you will need, regardless of distance.The first thing to do when considering a developer is to check out their website.* IS the website well-designed and attractive?* Is it easy to navigate?* Are there any broken links?* Is the information complete (introduction to staff, company location, contact methods, etc.)?* Does the site load quickly?* IS there a portfolio? (Very important. A developer without a portfolio to display is a total questionmark. You simply dont know if the people are good or are snacking on doritos trying to figure things outas they go).* What skills does the developer have? Do they do design only, or can they do dynamic webdevelopment and database design? Also, ensure that they do not advertise themselves as a web
  5. 5. designer but focus mainly on print media. Internet design and print design are different ballparks withdifferent requirements. Also, keep in mind that good use of Dreamweaver or Frontpage does not initself make a web designer. Check their portfolio and ensure the developer really knows his stuff. Aperson well-versed in internet development should know not only about creating the site, but alsomaintaining it, marketing it, and promoting it. Ideally, a web developer has successfully done all of theabove on his own sites.* Does the site offer customer testimonials? Read them. And, you might even contact those clientsindependently to ask them questions of the service you were provided.Small Freelancers vs. Big FirmsYou need to decide if you want to work with a large web design firm or a small freelance web company(or even single web developer). There is more security for the client when working with a larger firm.The skills they offer vary widely because their staff is so large, and they often have a very large portfolio.The caveat, though, is that large web companies often charge more money. The overhead costs for suchcompanies is larger, so they will charge more. Additionally, larger web companies often come with morebeauracracy. With so many developers, often communication is just not what it should be, leading toinconsistencies in the project due to miscommunication. Also, sometimes you will find that thesecompanies pay a little too much attention to process rather than simply getting the job done.Freelance web developers offer better value for the money, and because they are a single person, thecommunication flow between them and the client is usually much better (one-on-one). If there is a staff,usually the size is small, meaning communication will still be more tight-knit. This will lead to moreconsistent coding and coordination. Also, you know who is responsible for your project and there ismore accountability. In larger firms, nobody is responsible in some cases. (or so they say). The downsideof freelancing is that their skill set is their skill set, and if you need something that they dont know howto do, they must research it. Also, freelancers are limited by their size. If they already have a highworkload, then their throughout is limited and it may force you to wait. So, depending on the size ofyour project, a large firm might guarantee the job gets done quickly.Rates and GuidelinesCheck out the rates of the web developer. Often, you will not find the rates directly posted on theirwebsite. This is usually because they like to do things by estimate, so simply contact them, give them afew specs, and go back and forth until you get a ballpark figure. When getting an estimate, make sure it
  6. 6. is detailed and exact. Ask any questions that you have. If you think the price is too high, ask them aboutit. Dont be afraid to counter-offer. They can always refuse.Check out the web developers contract. Make sure the client is protected. PAy attention to guaranteesof response time. You want to make sure your web developer is available for you. Also, look for theirpolicy on project changes. Obviously, you cannot alter the specs of your project once an estimate isagreed upon without expecting additional fees. Ask them about this. Also, inspect the contract forwarranty of work. Who will they handle bugs in the work they have done?Talk With ThemAny web developer you consider should have a method of being reached by phone. Call them and gaugetheir personality. Make sure they are good people who you can talk with and bounce ideas off of. See ifthey treat you right or act like they barely have time for you. Good communication is very important to asuccessful project, and if you cant properly communicate to your developer, you should not hirehim/her.EvaluateEvaluate your potential developers using the advice above and you will be more likely to havesuccessfully completed project with minimal frustration.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See for details!Website template : End of Part III