The Development of Web Design

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Web Design

The web is no more an alternative source to view pages that come from print. The web is deeply rooted in technology and with the leaps and bounds of advancement that technology went through; the web saw its role transformed. It has become more about networks, systems, and connections now than just about words, news, articles, and text. Aggregation is the future of disseminating content to the point where sites like the New York Times may not even require a website, as their content can be easily delivered through various platforms where content can be personalized and streamed by other sources.

In order to understand the delicacies of web design, it must be looked at with new perspective. There is a dire need to understand the basic difference between web pages and pages of the book. Web design is more related to architecture and experts may find the terminology “digital architect” more suitable than web designer.

For developing systems that can evolve, adapt, and are up to date, the visual lexicon is important when designing a website. Labeling and coding tools for each and every element on the website are important factors, especially through HTML, Javascript, CSS, and advanced coding languages, frameworks, and platforms. A great example of how to build such a system is at

Pattern Lab is a miniature design system that helps you create mock designs. A design goes through various development and design phases and various teams may be involved in one or more projects, so a clear language or template needs to be established to keep the code clean, and the user experience positive, unique, and awe-inspiring.

Web designers should keep in mind the needs and demands of various clients and should be able to adapt to client demands. This involves organizational structure, management, strategic decision making, and being flexible in embracing ever-changing designs and new developments. The current digital age brings with it certain challenges and in the profession of web designing, web designers must be ready for anything and open to new experiences.

About the Author
Jenifer Jeny is a Digital Marketing Strategist at Key Difference with a great interested in SEO Web Services.




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