We all know that Rome wasn’t built in one day. Or the Eiffel Tower. Do you know that the most famous tower in the world took one and a half year to get ready? Great work takes time. Just like a good website (but does not have to take as long).
It takes time. For planning, design study, coding, create and inserting contents, fine adjustments, testing, testing, testing (I think you got it) and (drum roll) release.
1. Hosting and Domain Name
It’s important choose a nice web hosting company. And a great domain name to be your address in the Internet.
A wireframe is like a blueprint. A draw that represents your website layout in this early stage of development.
It´s the next step. Were the wireframe becomes something more that a draw.
The web page is taking form. Isn’t just a design. It’s starts to speak a language.
A web page is much more that layout. Content is king. So, what is content? Text, images, video, whatever you want to publish.
It’s a fundamental step. You have to test everything. Once, twice, as many times as necessary. And even after all the tests…
The big moment. The moment a site cames to life and it’s available for everyone on the internet? Job done? Of course not. There is still much work to do. Corrections, updates, changes, etc. A website should be a living organism.