How to plan
your Web Site?
Before you start to plan and
create your web site, devote some effort to determine why you really need a web
Once you have concluded that you
need a website for your business, then start to spend time in designing a plan
of what you would like to achieve. We encourage customers to begin with an
overall diagrammatic view of the layout of the pages that you would like on your
website and how you would like them to link to each other.
This can be in the form of a
simple diagram, comprising of a circle in the centre (which will be your "home
page" or the main page). From this page, sketch lines to other circles out from
this main circle to represent other connecting pages that you would need adding
on the web sited. Label each circle (page) with the relevant title. This will
form the blueprint for your web site.
This process will help you to
categorize your web pages by theme or subject. When you draw new circles
representing new web pages for your web site, make sure you determine which
circle the new page should branch out from. In most cases you will end up
creating sub-branches from other branches.
If you plan to use GECS to build
your web site, then the more time you spend in planning your web site, the
quicker and more effective the end solution.
Of course, we are at hand to
provide you advice and guidelines when required and we can plan the website with
you together, so you get what YOU want.
Contact us here if you
have any questions.