Design is the most immediately visible part of your web or application.
Graphics, layout, color, navigation and content must convey the overall
tone of your business. To be useful to an Internet audience, each site
must deliver entertainment or knowledge, or improve the way its audience
accomplishes some important task (such as selling your products or services).
You must define your purpose in creating the site before you begin the
design process. List the basic points you want to communicate. Then
catalog the specific elements you need to accomplish your goal. Ultimately,
users visit your website for its content or use your applications for
assumed results. Everything else is just the backdrop. The design is
there to allow the people access to the content. While considering this
image or presence you would like to communicate, it is imperative to
consider the reasons visitors return to your website.
Minimal download time
Ease of use.
The trick is combining text, graphics, and navigation into great pages
and even greater sites. While design guidelines have changed over the
years, the main goal has always been the same: to present information
in a way that readers find immediately useful. Our designers specialize
in creating easy-to-read pages that load quickly and present information
in a logical way. Navigation schemes should obey strict laws: users
should always know where they are, where they came from, and where they
can go next.
One of the most common complaints about the Web is that pages take
too long to load. When designing individual graphic elements, it's vital
to keep the file sizes small. But to keep download times under control,
it's equally important to keep page layouts simple. Keeping pages simple
is also good design. Visitors to your Web site should be able to get
what they came for quickly and logically.