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    • Web site : Part IWebsite Design in SEO Method by e-FuzionSo having a web site on your name is just not sufficient. In e-fuzion you got all the developed designsunder <a href="http://www.e-fuzion.com">Web Design Delhi</a>. In e- fuzion , the experts providesunbelievably economical and deliver the uncompromising quality web design service. <ahref="http://www.e-fuzion.com">Web Design Delhi</a> lives with the endeavor of creating websitedesign solutions that are focused on core point of client business and value for your money. On the website web design creates a vital role for attracting visitors. This one is of the charm full and attractive wayto interact with people. Build the status of your company by using the best web designing companyfrom Delhi. With designs that stand out from the crowd, a web design in Delhi offers a small businessand corporate enterprises in inventive and exclusive ways. As human wants good looking by wearingdifferent costumes the same formula fallowed by web site it needs some extra attraction by webdesigning. In Delhi many web design companies placed with having the inspired talent to appeal to yoursense of style, the training and knowledge of current web standards and practices, and the ability toturn your ideas into certainty.e-fuzion everyday helps the clients on worldwide to reach their online business. With their know-howtools and effectively and able help you to attain in better result, gain traffic and visibility and earnproceeds. But of track, you have to make sure that you select the right variety of <ahref="http://www.e-fuzion.com">Web Design Delhi</a> Company ( e-Fuzion ). Tools to determine websites- what tools they use for searching web sites. By its ranking the web design companies in Delhi havestarted search engine optimization or search engine marketing services as additional services.It&#8217;s a great congregation for your web site.Web design develops the websites elucidation on the greatest upward industries. And if you want toachieve success in your business then it is very important for to get an online web presence. Indian webexpansion companies are in great demand from all over the world. . A proper web design would involvenumerous steps that you should always follows. Understand your exact target market and the needs ofyour business to go online. These points would help you to design a web site that is tempting to usersand helps in expanding your marketing worldwide.
    • 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 http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web site : End of Part IWebsite design guidelines and tips - just common senseWebsite design guidelines and tips - just common senseBy Mary Magdalene ChiaHere are some design guidelines and tips to help you build a user friendly websites.1. First, figure out what you want to do and make a plan for it. This may involves some brain storming.Then, translate your ideas and plans onto paper by drawing a diagram or a flowchart so that you canvisualize it. Then, ACT on it.2. Keep your design simple, clear, consistent and user friendly.3. A simple design, layout makes it easier for you to build your website. The end result will be a websitewhich your visitors will find easy to navigate and easy get whatever information they want.4. Your content should be simple, complete and direct to the point. It should make clear the intention ofyour web pages, cover the subject matter thoroughly and convey the messages direct to your visitors.5. If your design look complicated, redesign and simplify it. Complicated design/layout will only make itharder for you to build your web pages. It may also confuses your visitors if your site is full ofcomplicated mess of information.
    • 6. Be consistent throughout in your design approach. The background, color usage and text formatshould be carefully chosen and the screen layout for all your pages visibly consistent.7. Create a simple logo to identity your website. Have a captivating tag line somewhere with the header,and write an About Us page which describes the uniqueness of your website. These will leave animpression for your visitors to remember your website. Make a copyright statement at the bottom ofyou web pages.8. Have a clear color scheme based on the theme of your website. Choose carefully a set of colors youuse for your background, text, border, tables and cells etc. The color scheme expresses the characters ofyour website and makes it unique and attractive.9. Identify who are your target visitors and how you would make your presentation. Decide the tone oflanguage usage and the approach that will best suit your visitors. Whether your language usage shouldbe casual and simple or formal and technical? Whether you should use pictorial or language orientedapproach in your website.10. For ease of reading, the length of a text lines should not exceed certain width within the computerscreen. To limit the length of a line of text, use indent text or use a table with the pre-set width.11. Long blocks of text passages can be tedious and strenuous to read. Try to use short sentences, shortparagraphs and bulleted or numbered list form to break them up.12. The width of you web pages should preferably not exceed that of the computer screen. Peopleviewing your site usually don’t mind scrolling up and down the screen; but will be annoyed when theyhave to scroll left and right.13. Font size: use larger size font; Bear in mind that some of your visitors may have poor eyesight; somemay have partial impaired vision and some ordinary people who just can’t stand reading tiny script onthe computer screen.
    • 14. The text color should contrast well with the background color to be easily read. Likewise,Background image or texture chosen should contrast well with the text color, so that it is easy to read onscreen.15. It looks great on the screen and soothing to the eyes. But it is not recommended to use white text ona dark background. When somebody wants to print out your page for reference, it wont print becausethe background will not be printed; while the white text is printed on white paper, you see nothing.16. The images you put in a web page are not there just for decoration. They should be relevant andnecessary to use as visual to help to convey the message, or serve to break a long and monotonous textmessages.17. Limit the size of an image you insert in a web page. Large image takes longer time to display, andmost visitors don’t like to wait too long to view a certain image.18. Keep the size of a web page small so that it will open up fast - preferably less than 10 seconds. If thepage is too long, have too many items to load and slow to display, you should consider breaking it intosmaller pages and link them up.19. Contents such as video, audio, flash animations etc. are huge in size. They will slow down the displayof the page. If it takes too long for to load a page, the viewers might give up and leave. They also use upmore of your bandwidth.20. Ensure that the visitors get around navigating your ,website, with ease. They should be able to findwhat they are looking for in quickly and get there. Use a menu or image map, a site map, arrows, linksand buttons to provide direction to your visitors.21. Make sure the pages are interlinked for easy navigation. Links should be well organized, strategicallyplaced and easy to detect by using appropriate colors. Use anchor links to facilitate navigation on thesame page. Always check for any broken links and fix them.
    • 22. Load all the important and essential information in the first page that the visitors see. Give a quickintroduction to your website with brief header, bookmarked lists, short summaries, etc. This will quicklylet them know whether your page is what they are looking for.23. Is your website screen layout look neat and tidy? Ask someone to have a look at it and get herfeedback. You will be surprised!24. The contents inside a table should have a little space between the borders. Set a padding around thetable or set indent to your content.25. Don’t simply add every neat gimmick and animated images you can find just because you think theyare cool. In reality they are distracting and confusing.26. Decide whether to use or not to use pop-up windows. They are great for catching the attention ofthe viewers; but can be distracting and annoying as well. Some viewers would dismiss pop-up as ads andclose it immediately. Pop-up also will not work if the viewers have installed a pop-up blocker.27. Encourage visitors to contact you by providing a Contact Us page with your email link. It is evenbetter to have an opt-in box that serves to collect visitors’ contact and data.28. Study other’s website design and set up. See how they layout and organize their header, links, menu,buttons, images and etc. Then choose, adopt and modify whichever design that suits your need.29. Use website templates if you dont have any designing flair.30. Make a back-up copy for all your web pages. It will save you a lot of trouble in the event that youhave to rebuild your websites.
    • Well, some website design guidelines and tips - It’s all common sense.****************************************************************About the AuthorMary Magdalen Chia is the author of "How to design and build your own websites".It is written foranyone who wants to design and build websites in 8 hours with simple, easy to follow step by stepguidelines.To learn more, visit:http://www.108diywebdesign.com****************************************************************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 http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web site : End of Part IIWebsite Design…Getting the Strategy Right, Right from the StartThe following tale must repeat itself a thousand times a day across the USA, and there is no telling howmany times it happens across the world.I am asked to attend a lunch with some of the principles of a soon-to-be-launched new venture. One ofthe principles, to whom I am known, believes that perhaps I could comment on some aspects of thecompany’s objectives.
    • As a good friend I return the favor for the lunch by commenting on those areas in which my friend wasinterested. Before we went our separate ways I asked my hosts what role a website would be playing inthis new company? Their response was heartening: “Our website will play a significant part in assistingus to achieve our objectives.”How wonderful I thought, and so another question followed. <em>“You have told me that you havecontracted with a company to design your site, and that the design is well under way. Has yourcontractor involved you, or any of your partners, in any strategic discussion on how the site will takeadvantage of the considerable internet traffic that already exists for this industry?”</em> (I asked thisquestion knowing something about what their new organization was going to be, and how it was goingto operate.) <em>“What do you mean Leo?”</em> was the reply.The next few minutes uncovered a number of disturbing details, but the most alarming fact of all, wasthat there had been absolutely no discussion of how this site was going to rank with the searchengines…..yet the design was well under way!!!There had not been, nor was there likely to be, at this stage at least, any review of the strategicopportunities (and they are considerable), that could be exploited by Search Engine Optimization. Therehad been NO discussion on possible domain names, key search terms, the role of link trading etc. Why?The answer is simple. The company contracted to design the site has no concept of seo. It is neither anseo firm, nor does it have links with an seo firm.The story would have gone something like this. Several months down the track somebody in this newcompany would have realized that there was valuable internet traffic that they could exploit. Theprincipals would have come together and asked themselves what could be done about this? They mayhave even gone back to the company who designed the original site (in reality this company has donenothing unprofessional-they did meet their original contractual obligations), asking them how toaccomplish the task of attracting their share of this internet traffic?The contractor now tells the client that this will require some modification to the website and that theywill set up a meeting at which the pertinent factors will be discussed. Hopefully the contractor realizesthat in order to meet the company’s new requirements they will need the services of an seo firm? Now
    • the client is involved in discussions that should have taken place months ago, long before the companywas launched.The client’s focus is disrupted, they are involved in additional expense that could have been avoided andthey have a less than positive view of a growth industry that is contributing to America’s global marketleadership.The seo message needs champions!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 http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web site : End of Part III