What is web design?

Web design means planning and creating the visual side of a site. This includes designing the site layout, web page structure, user interface, easy navigation, and choosing the perfect color combinations, fonts, images, animations, and other graphic elements.







What is web development?

the Point of web development is to write code for the website to function.
Web developers use integrated development environments and programming languages to build a fully functional website based on a project created by designers.








Main stages of website development.


1. Need much detail to answer some of the questions.

Many people think that this is just a useless questionnaire, but it is not. It contains all the important information: the advantages of the company, the stages of work with the client, detailed information about the product, what services/products will be presented, what functionality the client would like to see on the site. Design is also an important block. What colors do you like, don't like, etc. You can say ," why would I do that, I'm a client, I'm not a designer." This is all true, but you need to understand what colors, for example, you do not like at all. Maybe you have an idea of what you would like, etc. The brief helps you understand the vector of working with the project.


2. Drawing up the technical task.

Your initial task is to convey the essence of your project to the developer. This is where any technical task for site development should start.

Describe your project in a free form, tell the developer what you want to get from your new site (or how to improve an existing one) and how the user should see it.

Such a description will give developers the opportunity to understand what they have to do, which means that all further descriptions will be perceived through the prism of these feelings and will eliminate the need, for no apparent reason, to go into unnecessary and confusing details at the initial stage. The above is especially relevant for designers.


3. Agreement.

The contract is necessary for both the Customer and the Contractor. We will not stop here in more detail.


4. Analysis.

Before starting work, it is necessary to analyze competitors, the market, and the Western market. Collect all the best moments by content and design. Sketch out a rough understanding of the project and you can go further.


5. Prototyping.

Prototype development is one of the key stages. Everything is laid out on it: structure, marketing, interface. At this stage, you need to pay maximum attention to the project. It is created based on the analysis, tor, and brief.


6. Design.

Design is a matter of technique and experience. The quality depends on the specialist's skills. It is created based on a prototype and a brief.


7. Adaptive layout.

It is important to understand that adaptive layout repeats the PC version and adapts to different mobile devices. This is not a separate mobile version.

The quality of the layout will depend on the work of the entire site. It is important to do everything correctly, without breaking the structure. Specify all headers, alt tags for the photo content, and so on.


8. Software part.

This stage is strictly according to the technical specifications.this part is also a very important stage, because it is the final one. Your final result depends on the programmer's experience.


9. Testing.

Here no one should have any questions about what it is and why it is.


10. Hosting and domain

As a rule, it is better to trust the contractor Of your project in choosing a hosting service. We recommend looking for a domain on the exchange, with an age of 5 years or older. This will give you an advantage in promotion. The contractor must transfer the finished site and configure it to work correctly.


11. The launch of the project.

Here we have reviewed all the main stages. It is very important to immerse yourself in your project. It's not right to order development and sit drinking coffee, thinking that the Performer will do everything for you. Of course, the job of a professional is to produce a ready-made working result, but if the client does not show interest in his project, it may take a long time. If you agree on something quickly and do not look carefully, then there may be disagreements. Therefore, feedback and interest from the Customer is very important!