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Fundamentals of web design

27 February 2019

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Fundamentals of web design

In any manufacturing/creation process, each company aspires to be as efficient as possible. It is rare to end up with a perfect final project the first time. This is why each company develops guidelines to follow to supervise the team during their projects.

To respond to various issues, such as the number of employees, size of the company and hierarchy, importance of the project, deadline for the final report… each company intends to develop its own managerial process. Over time, it evolves on the human aspect but also on the material side, in order to best meet the needs of employees.

Once the customer problem has been received, several actors will activate until the delivery of the final project. It is therefore essential to put in place logical steps to follow that will allow you to achieve the given objective while being effective.

The 2 fundamental principles

There are two fundamental principles in design creation: Design Thinking and Design Doing. Two principles that deserve some clarification.

The approach of Design Thinking consists in making the different actors of a company work together to draw the best solutions from each specialty. Once the problem has been revealed, the teams meet to find its solution. Finally, the teams are busy developing this project while maintaining a link with each other. This is called the participatory management method.

Comptez-vous intégrer prochainement de nouvelles fonctionnalités à votre site web ?

If you are reading this article, you may want to add new features to your site, such as an online store, a chat bot, etc. All these technologies are quite recent and for better compatibility with your site it is often preferable to update it. In addition, if your site still uses Flash language, it cannot be used on Iphone and Ipad.

Is your site suitable for mobile and tablet use?

The importance of a responsive website in 2019 is well established. Not only that, the number of Google searches made from a smartphone or tablet exceeds those made by computer. In addition, it is likely that the majority of users who visit your site via a mobile platform will abandon their search if the site is not responsive.

Here are some questions to ask yourself to check whether your site needs a second life or not. So you can start off on the right foot. If you realize that your website needs change, do not hesitate to contact us. Our web agency with a team of professionals will be happy to advise you on the best options for your business.

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