While every client has different needs when it comes to their website, whether it be a stay at mom that is looking to create a site dedicated to tips for other stay at home moms on how to make the day less stressful or a new business that is launching a new product. There are a few key elements that all websites require and your professional website design should take these elements into consideration.
You need to to know that your designer is up on the latest technology and that they are using the following elements.
PHP – this is the most popular of the coding languages. This is due in large part to the fact that it makes the design process really easy. PHP helps the web designer create contact forms and product galleries to enhance the customer’s website. PHP makes the gallery designs lightweight and the management of the contact forms easy.
CSS3 – while this coding is not very friendly with Internet Explorer it works very well on websites that are on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. This coding will allow the web designer to create rounded corners and shadowing effects.
Content is also important when it comes to web design. Now there are two different types of content that you and your web designer will focus on, text and visual. The text is obviously the content that is read on the website. The visual has to do with the illustrations and graphics and the web designer really needs to have an understanding of which to use and when to create a user friendly website that is also search engine friendly.
Creativity is also a vital ingredient in a web designer. You want your website to be appealing and interactive with the visitor. Your logo design should be unique and convey the message of your business.