This is the second element about websites. In this article, we’ll describe some bases of designing websites. I could say when I’m having hard times in a website to get what I’m looking for. Do you remember the rule of 3 clicks? So, we’ll talk about design thinking, display resolutions, UI and UX and other cool subjects. I’ll not cover Photoshop courses or discuss about color theory.
Planning is fundamental in any project. Before starting to write <html> or click on menu Project, New Web Project, we need to set up the bases of our Website project. Some elements are important, and need to be defined in order to have a well-planned project: main goals and requirements, allocated resources, team members, stakeholders, schedule and milestones. Doing a PESTLE analysis remains an excellent tool if we want a successful website.
As I listened once in a video of Jeffrey Snover where he talks about career transition, he invite us to remain focused on driving business forward. In these thoughts, but now talking about websites, our website must focus on the core activity of our organization or the company of your clients.
This is the first of a series of articles where we’ll talk about websites and their environment. Through these articles, we’ll going highlighting some important topics to consider, when building a new website is in first place on our projects list. But nevertheless, you can implement each of these areas to your project at any stage that is.
One of my goals here, is bring to you see the big picture. I’ll not concentrate these lines to a specific industry or job position, because is commonly associate the word website with developers, marketing or media. So, in future articles we’ll go deeper extracting interesting subjects and learning new fields to clarify the role of the website.