How to explain to the customer what his future site will be like? What elements will be placed on the page, and in what order? The answer is simple. If you need to schematically depict the page of a site, prototyping will help you. On the prototype, you can visually assess the location of elements and blocks, as well as make the necessary changes. A prototype is a saving of time and money, because proofreading a finished site already at the design stage is a costly and often unpromising business.
The site prototype is the base, or model of the future site, on which the key elements of the page, the main information and functional blocks are displayed: Continue reading
The development of the IT sphere, namely the growing demand for services for the creation and search engine promotion of web sites, has led to the emergence of many so-called webmasters who are ready to perform all work on the site and its further support. Needless to say, most of these projects were created with the help of free designers, while the “masters” themselves have only a theoretical understanding of the technical component of a high-quality web resource. Web site design, filling, usability thoughtfulness – all this, of course, is important. But a technically faulty site, with errors in the code, is simply doomed to failure. Continue reading
Currently, there are a huge number of various types of sites. The Internet sphere is changing, new directions are appearing, user preferences are also on the move. Therefore, sites that are commonly called business cards in a modern interpretation may differ from those that could be found in web space, for example, a year or two ago.
Typical features of a business card site are:
consists of no more than 10 pages
contains brief, clear information about the company, product or service, contacts Continue reading