Category Archives: Information

Measuring Success

Measuring Success:Business Website The means of measuring the success of a business Web site are decided using the ‘Business Analysis’ section of the development life-cycle of a business Web site. More traditional metrics include: An increase in market share An increase in sales The proportion of sales coming from the e-commerce section of the Web

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Web Site Information Architecture models

A toolkit of a few basic patterns (or models) that describe solutions to common IA problems. One or more of these patterns will naturally apply to many information architecture problems. These may serve as off-the-peg solutions, or as helpful descriptive shortcuts during the design process. All-in-one This is the simplest possible model. Everything goes on

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CMS Website Content Management System

That means that you can manage your own content from your end, through an administration system that is part of your website. This site is the perfect solution for most medium to large scale businesses websites. Why? Because it gives you the control over the content and graphics. Customers and search engine like new content

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Website’s Legibility

Websites that make their customers work to read them are not the best way to get business. Miniscule fonts, text in colors that make it hard to see against the background color, and lines that are piled on top of each other are problems, but they’re easy to correct. Let’s jump right in and look

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Information architecture

At this stage you need to detail the content and organization of the Web site. The team should inventory all existing content, describe what new content is required, and define the organizational structure of the site. Once a content architecture has been sketched out, you should build small prototypes of parts of the site to

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