A website wireframe is a visual guide which shows rough arrangements of website contents, navigations, and other interface elements. A wireframe usually lacks visual decorations such as typographic styles or graphics — and is primarily created to help stakeholders focus on functionalities, behaviour, and content priority.
Just like sketching is crucial for painters, so is website wireframing to website designers. Wireframing is a quick and simple way to visualise how people will navigate your website and interpret the information inside it. Including a wireframe early in your web development workflow will greatly help you focus on fulfilling your website goals first before polishing petty graphical details.
As change becomes more costly at later stages of development, it is...
Have you ever wondered how your favourite websites are built? How do professional web designers transform your project requirement into a functional website?
This article will briefly discuss Closely Coded’s web development process in six steps. Hopefully it can give you a general idea about our web creation methods, and the measures necessary to make a compelling website.
Step 1: Planning
Every good website starts with a well-thought objective. This step addresses fundamental questions such as “What is this website for?”, “Who is the target audience?”, “How is the website going to be structured?”, and “Which features should be implemented, and why?”
Step 2: Designing
Once the website objective is clearly defined, it is time to draft a design which will carry that objective....
Over my span of career as a web designer, I’ve had clients enquire me to develop a Flash website. When asked the reason why, they replied because of the animations and stunning visual effects.
However despite Flash’s capabilities to do stunning animations that can ‘wow’ the audience — still there are downsides that come with a Flash website. In this article I will briefly explain some positive and negative sides of having a Flash website. Hope it can help you better determine whether Flash is the right platform for your website project.
The Upsides: Why Should You Use Flash?
1) Animation & Special Effects
Flash makes it easy to create classic animations. Richminds Academy homepage uses Flash to create an animation that explains their business.
2) Games & Entertainment
Content Management System (or CMS in short) is an application that empowers website owners to easily update contents on their own website.
If you are a business owner looking to build a website, you might be wondering if your website can benefit from installing a CMS.
Your website might need a CMS if:
- Your business keeps improving over time.
- Your business needs to frequently feature new promotions, products, or updates.
- It takes you a long and difficult process to ask your website designer / IT department to update simple things on your website.
As their business grows, more and more website owners have decided to integrate their website with content management system. The reason is because having a CMS makes it much easier for them to update their website regularly.
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