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Web Designing is the planning and creation of the websites. This includes the information architecture, user interface, site structure, navigation, layout, colors, fonts and imagery. All of these are combined with the principles of design to create the website that meets the goals of the owner and designer.

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Web design-app-development-i mediadesign

  1. 1. WEB DESIGN AND ECOMMERCE DEVELOPMENT Introduction: Web Designing is the planning and creation of the websites. This includes the information architecture, user interface, site structure, navigation, layout, colors, fonts and imagery. All of these are combined with the principles of design to create the website that meets the goals of the owner and designer. Design is the Key Part of Web Design Design includes both the design principles-balance, Contrast, emphasis, rhythm, and the unity- and the design elements-lines, shapes, texture, color and direction. Web Designing is a similar process of creation, with the intention of presenting the content on electronic web pages, which the end users can access through the internet with the help of web browser.
  2. 2. Benefits of quality Web Design: ● Consistent brand Identity: Professional designers think about the big picture. They create a visual language for the brand that is consistent across the different contexts. Your website, logo, business cards, and even your twitter profile have formed the coherent whole. Brands that have consistent visual language make the more memorable impression than those that look like 5 different sides of the business. ● More Visitors stay on the page: You are looking for the visitors who browse through your site and get to know who you are. Remember that most of the people will leave after a glimpse at your site. It takes something special to keep them interested. ● More Customers: Call to action is the sign-up, buy now, and learn more parts of your site. Where they on a web page, how they look, and what they say will determine how many more people decide to buy something from you. ● Distinction from Competitors: Within the same industry there are many websites that look same. They say the right stuff, the design isn’t offensive, but they don’t make up an effort to speak up and say why they’re special. That doesn’t mean you have to pull out the sparkly graphics to get the attention. Quality means distilling all of your unique selling points into one coherent visual message. ● Form, structure and purpose to content: Content and design need to be perfectly aligned on your site. Most of the people will not put in the effort to understand what you are trying to say. Large blocks of small text, confusing navigation and obscured calls to action will turn visitors away. ● Polisheddetails: The choice of fonts, spacing of text and contrast are details that make a difference in the overall quality of your site.
  3. 3. Myths about Web design: Good design is a tricky thing. Not only do you have to have all the right pieces, you also have to keep out all the wrong pieces. Wrong pieces poison otherwise the quality designs. It’s time to clear the air, and bust some common design myths that still exist today: 1. More Shopping= Better Design Design is not a shopping spree. Too many clients try to cram as many as ideas into one website as possible. They think the more a website does the more value it will have to users. The truth, however, is exactly the opposite. Less complex website can present the primary message really well. A simple, well designed website can be intuitive and offer the positive and memorable brand experience. 2. Design curses all: The Design is more than colors, graphics and fonts. Its experience, interaction and function. A great design can solve the user experience challenges. However, the design does little to fix a lack of content, low traffic, poor engagement or the poor conversion rates. 3. People read on Web: If your homepage has a word count above 200, then your bounce rate will likely signal a problem with your design. There are always exceptions, but in general, we try to keep the home pages under 75 words. 4. Rotating banner are cool: Rotating banners have become a crutch for the companies who aren’t sure what message resounds with their visitors. However, in this modern age of impatience and mobile devices, rotating banners and the time it takes to
  4. 4. consume them annoy more visitors than they engage. 5.Better to surprise users than to ask for the feedback: Asking the user what they want is a great way to make sure you build the right replacement website. You don’t need to ask them about the design. Instead, ask the users to priorities what they feel is most important. This will allow you to identify those things that may not factor into your customer's’ buying decisions. 6.Engage the users with the Bold Text, Bright colors and stock photography: Visual design is less about making every section of your website visually appealing in the right order to facilitate an intuitive user experience. If you are trying to use graphics to attract use engagement in every section of your site, it’s a sign you either have a content problem or you need a new designer. Conclusion: Everything about your website – including the content, the way it looks and the way it works- is all determined by the website design. It encompasses all the different aspects, including the webpage layout, content productions, and graphic design. It satisfies the customers as web design meets the need of your visitors- telling them quickly what they want to know without necessary and confusing design items. Your website should be “the place” to go for everything, saving everyone’s time and money.
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