“The real effectiveness of a website is backed with critical analysis!”
'Website Requirement analysis' is a process that assists in analyzing challenges and opportunities with respect to the business model of the website. This task is accomplished by Web Analysts and the outcome is detailed documents, which plays pivotal role in laying the technology foundation, deployment, maintenance and upgrading of the portals and feature rich web applications.
The process may sound easy, but crafting a requirement analysis document is a task that needs exposure, experience, understanding of web-technologies and a dynamic mind to map needs of the business model into a functional solution. The end result of this process is detailed documents depicting all necessary requisites for deploying a web-platform. Some call these documents 'SRS' while some address these as 'Scope of Work'. Knowing the importance of these document, through this article I am listing few essential elements/heads these documents should include to serve their purpose!
I don’t think I really have to go over the old saying about everyone having an opinion because we know everyone does. If we didn’t, clothing would be one style and one color and if my nephew had a choice, it would all be yellow.
Well, while we all shake off the thought of a world where everyone looks like a Dr. Seuss character, it just serves to remind us that diversity in looks are one of the wonderful things about our race and planet. Nature made a thousand different colors just for parrots. It’s a crazy world of differences.
With all of the excitement and newness of social media, is it still important to have your own blog? Absolutely! Blogs are very much alive and doing better than ever. After reading this article, you'll understand that your blog is not only an integral part of your social media marketing strategy, but it is perhaps the most influential part.
In this article, we discuss what blogs are, how popular they are, how to set them up, what makes them successful, and how to tie them into your other social media sites. This article puts it all together so you know all the essentials to make your mark on the blogging word.
Being for a long time an integral part of website design, texture is a simple and proven way to add depth and highlight necessary elements. Among of such texture diversity, wood is considered to be one of the commonly used. Even despite of the fact that designers prefer to use light-weight patterns rather than textures, it still has some gunpowder in the powder flasks.
It’s never-dying utilization for the most part depends on several aspects. First of all, wooden texture helps to add the dimensional feeling and effectively separate background from the content. Secondly, it can build the brand identity and increase personality of the owner by creating proper atmosphere. Last but not least, partially used it can guide and capture users' eyes thereby creating perfect information architecture.
WordPress makes the web easy for us all. Before, we would have to custom craft HTML to our whim to churn out something that was clunky and difficult on the eyes.
Today, WordPress makes that same process – and same amount of effort – create superior blogging products that make us look like the most experienced web development experts to the beginners who check out our blogs.
After designing a website, you verify that the CMS is working perfectly, all content has been added, and your senior management is satisfied with the results. That’s it, right? You can now launch the site. But is it enough? Actually, no! As a designer you need to undergo a complete prelaunch exercise before launching your website.
Many designers forget a number of things related to the website in their excitement to go live, which might cause unwanted problems in the near future. This article outlines a prelaunch exercise that every web designer should follow before making any site live.