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Web Development Process Steps

Websites are like a published product for any business and similar to any new project, even a website needs planning. This planning is the web development life cycle. A blend of right circumstances, right people, right tools and enough effort can help make it happen and within a speculated time (as no one would like to wait for months for getting a website developed).

Lets’ see what steps a WDLC aka Web Development Life Cycle follows…

Planning and Information Gathering.

Begin with planning; remember that’s the first step to anything. No planning means no protocol, and means not knowing, what to do next, when done with one thing. Plan carefully, as a website can make or break your business’s reputation!

Web Site Fundamental and Site Specification.

 Get a domain name or a web address
 Load content pictures, charts, products and price listings and anything else you want the customers to see.
 Customer security must never be overlooked; especially if yours is an e-commerce business where customers share their personal info,         for who on earth would like to see their confidential information going public.
 Decide a layout.

Trail Product Designing.

Who all are needed- a programmer, a developer, and a customer
 Discuss, analyze, research because as much as you tell, those much are your chances of getting in return. No say, no results.
 Speak out, after all, it’s your money, discuss your objective, where you are now, and where your vision to be 6 months from now?

Content Planning.

Choose multimedia structures, which you wish should be a part of your site
 Comply with legal terms, why get into troubles later?
 Discuss about links, navigation bar, graphics, color scheme, theme and keep asking as it will cost you nothing, but time.
 Content planning is crucial, so don’t hurry for no reader loves coming to a site that’s designed beautifully, but lacks the readability actor. Check for accuracy, completeness, relevancy, errors (no matter any type are harmful).

++    People don’t just use chrome, choose a multi-browser site

 Don’t force your readers to wear their reading glasses, offer them an easy readability
 Don’t use colors just because it’s your favorite, choose something that goes ideally with your websites’ layout.

Final Testing and Lanching.

 A usable site is important, don’t do it just because everyone else is doing.
 Ask for a sample; why make changes in the entire website when you can see it going one by one
 Check for the publishing site, hosting service (as nobody likes visiting a site that shows “404” or “503 forbidden” error)

 Check functionality, downloading time, navigability, working links
 Get SEO or SEM services to help potential customers find your businesses, once it’s up and running.
 Ask for the follow-up, who will do it and after how long.

Maintenance and Updating.

Building and forgetting are not needed, as when you plant a seed, just planting it in the soil will not give you fruits; taking care, watering, providing necessary nutrients would cause fruiting. Similar is for your website, which will flourish only if proper maintenance is offered.

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