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« on: July 08, 2011, 07:58:24 am »

Website design refers to the method by which the content of a website is delivered to your target audience. The website might include images, text, sounds and various other contents, which might also be interactive. A web design typically involves the overall structure of the web site including information architecture, the web pages and a conceptual design. All websites should have a strategy about what they are planning to achieve through the website. A strategy enables the web design to fulfill the pre-defined goals.

Web pages are typically classified as dynamic or static. Static pages do not change the layout and content with each request unless and until manually updated. On the other hand, dynamic pages adapt the content or appearance on the basis of the interaction by the end-user.

With the surprising rate at which the Internet world has been growing, the demand for professional, efficient web design firms is also rising consequently. This has led to the rise of many new web design companies. A web design firm works on the creative designs of WebPages in coordination with the client who provides information regarding his requirements. A web design company would make use of graphics software applications like Photoshop and Flash which may also be used for animated graphics. The objective is to make WebPages with a unique and standardized graphic set.
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