Integrating Technology For Better Tomorrow




Home to over 1.8 billion websites, the world wide web is undoubtedly the one place where every individual wishes to be recognized by the world. Whether you are an entrepreneur, an educationist, a blogger, a food artist or a musician, the web gives you the opportunity to host your services and make it available to people across the globe. Believe it or not, but having a website today is as simple as having your own Facebook page.

With the plethora of templates and cheaper hosting options available, almost every small and large business today shares their own web space. But, what matters here is how your

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opitomizes your services and products. For some smaller businesses, an inexpensive website with a basic template can work wonders, but for many others, a simple website won't do the magic you expect it to do. What you need is a unique website that reflects the unique services and offers provided by you.

Building a website from scratch is almost like a challenge, especially with its creative designing and smart development stages. It takes a lot of effort to read the mind of customers and deliver the mirror image of what has been visualized in their mind. There is much more than what meets your eye when it comes to designing and developing a website. Let's take a small tour of all the steps that are involved in the process of Website Design and Development!

1. Discovery

This step mainly includes the revealing of facts related to your website, such as:
Who is this website designed for? What purpose will it serve? Who should be the target audience? What is your company's brand? Who will you be competing against? And so on! All this information is important when the website is designed and developed.

2. Wireframes and Site Mapping
When you start designing and developing a website, you need to first put together its framework or the sitemap to ensure that your website is easy to navigate and has a user-friendly structure. During this step, developers decide the number of pages your website will have, how these pages will be organized and the navigation of your website. You will see the design only during the development stage.

3. Initial designing and Copy writing
Once the site map has been drawn and the pages finalized, the content writers and designers start filling in the details with several revisions, until the design is finalized.

4. Development  

Once the development stage begins, the website slowly starts to come alive. The approved designs, content and codes are brought together to make the website function, just as it had been planned earlier. Based on the needs of the website, Drupal, PHP, Ruby or Java are chosen as the coding language.

5. Checking and Launch
After every stage, the website is checked and revised based on the changes needed. Once everything is checked and corrected, the website is made live for the world to visit and use.