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Before launching a website, the planning process is vital to ensuring everything goes smoothly down the road. In this day and age, there are so many sites out there on the internet. It is almost impossible for a business to do well without having a website that works well for both the company and its clients. Interestingly enough, there is a lot to be done before the coding of a website takes place. There are many steps which need to be followed for it to be properly developed. The purpose of development planning is to make sure nothing is forgotten.

There are eight steps that should be followed from start to finish when developing a website, or intranet  and  other desktop applications

1

RESEARCH AND GOAL SETTING

Any project, it is important to do proper research and set goals before beginning. By setting goals, it will help the website to have a direction and will also help the business to achieve specific accomplishments. The planning and goal setting process could take about 1-2 weeks to complete. It is a very important first step to creating a website that sells. There are a few questions you should ask yourself during this phase:

What do I hope for my website to accomplish?

Who is the audience I would like to target?

What are the main goals of the website?


2

PLANNING THE SITE

Planning the website involves creating a wireframe and sitemap. This is an important step because it is kind of like the skeleton of your site. This process can take about 2-6 weeks to complete. The sitemap allows the developer to get an outline of what the site will look like, what pages there will be and how they will interact with each other. This not only helps with planning but is also beneficial to the user experience.

A user should be able to easily navigate a site, and this begins with the development of the sitemap. Before you begin to plan content, a sitemap lets you design what the structure will look like. Once the sitemap is completed, the other part of this step is to create a wireframe or mock-up. These are just visual representations of what the site will look like. This does not include the layout details. That comes next.

3

DESIGNING THE LAYOUT

The details of the layout are what will give your website character. This is the step where you get to be creative with pictures, videos and what kinds of things the customer will notice when they come to your site. This process can take about 4-12 weeks from start to finish. The timing depends on experience, time spent on the project, and how thorough the developer is. During this step, it is especially important to keep referring back to the target audience you wish to focus on.

Consider colors, logos, and anything that will encourage your audience to interact with the site. By considering how you will create the layout of the website, you are attempting to bring the website to life. It should help the audience to get a feel for your business or product. Please note this step does not yet involve written content. That is the next step. The written content is so important that it needs its own step.

4

WRITING THE CONTENT

This step may be going on simultaneously with the other development planning steps. The written content of a website is so important to its success. While this step may be happening during other steps, it is one that is crucial and deserves a lot of expertise. It could take from 5 to 15 weeks. The written content on a website is going to help a visitor determine their next steps. It is vital to drawing customers in and keeping them. There is a lot to consider when working on the content of the website.

When determining what words to use, it is important that they are not too hard to understand. A general rule is that you have to assume not everyone is going to want to read words that are higher vocabulary. A website should have a vocabulary that the average person can understand.

5

CODING THE WEBSITE

Now that all aspects of your website have been created, you are ready to actually begin creating the website itself. The coding typically begins with the homepage and gradually branches out to the other pages included in the site. This would be where the sitemap is followed to ensure everything is coded correctly. The coding step could take from 6 to 15 weeks, depending on how much content and how intricate you would like your website to be. It is also important to set up frameworks and CMS to make sure that everything will fit onto the server during the installation process. You wouldn’t want to do all that work only to find out it doesn’t fit.

6

TESTING AND DEBUGGING

Before the website is launched, it is crucial that it is tested out by real users. All the links and content should be tested to see if it works. Not only is it important to test out all the buttons and everything on the site, but it is also important to test out what users think of it. There is user testing that can be completed to make sure the website is giving users what they need to be successful on the test.

7

DEPLOYMENT TO WWW

Deployment  is the process of moving code from your local computer to a public host (server) is called Deployment. It is basically putting out your project to the world so that people can use it. Web hosting is a service provided by Web Hosts

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MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADE

You might think your job is done once the website is launched, but this is not the case. Since technology and products are changing more rapidly than ever before, it is important to stay up-to-date with what is happening on the internet. Maintaining a website is hard work, but the more effort put into its maintenance, the better. There are a few different pieces to website upkeep.

For one, it should constantly be checked out for errors. When a user encounters an error, this may be frustrating and may cause them to find what they are looking for somewhere else. Errors can also completely block them from the information they need to make a decision on purchasing a product or service. This is why it is important to not only test your website for user experience before the launch, but after as well.

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