Website design is the process of creating and maintaining the appearance, functionality, and usability of a website. Website design involves various aspects such as layout, color scheme, typography, graphics, images, navigation, content, and interactivity. Website design requires both technical and creative skills, as well as an understanding of the target audience and the purpose of the website.
Website design can be divided into two main categories: Web development and web graphic design. Web development is the coding and programming that enables the website to work as intended. Web development includes front-end development (the visible part of the website) and back-end development (the hidden part that handles data and logic). Web graphic design is the visual aspect of the website that communicates the message and identity of the website. Web graphic design includes elements such as logos, icons, banners, illustrations, animations, and videos.
Website design can also be influenced by various factors such as web standards, accessibility, responsiveness, user experience, search engine optimization, and security. Web standards are guidelines and best practices that ensure the compatibility and quality of websites across different browsers and devices. Accessibility is the practice of making websites usable by people with disabilities or special needs. Responsiveness is the ability of websites to adapt to different screen sizes and orientations. User experience is the overall impression and satisfaction that users have when interacting with a website. Search engine optimization is the process of improving the visibility and ranking of websites on search engines. Security is the protection of websites from unauthorized access or malicious attacks.
Website design is a dynamic and evolving field that requires constant learning and updating.
We at Plaza Marquee keep up with the latest trends and technologies in order to create effective and attractive websites that meet the needs and expectations of their clients and users.
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