Web Design, E-Business, Interface Analysis
In this day, internet takes a vital role in many facets of an online business' life and process (Krug 2005). It can be defined as a tool where goods and services are provided well to reach customer needs and satisfaction. It is a way of attracting people's attention, arousing their interests, motivating and activating their desire to take action. One strategy that can be particularly useful in satisfying customer needs more easily and lead a company towards success is, a set of good web design interfaces and effective internet marketing tool such as a solid website.
Having a thorough understanding of good user interface designs and design methodologies helps a lot in the design of websites that are more user-friendly. A website is more successful when it is more usable or more intelligible I will express my understanding and application of techniques for a good web design in e-business.
[...] This feature makes it cover the user needs in a wholesome fashion. The use of technology is evident. Technology use has improved the overall user experience by allowing an advanced level of interactivity with the website. The basic framework and content organization makes the website easy to navigate and gives it a unique and elegant design. This in my opinion gives the online store a social image and a feeling of online communication. The main interface looks well organized and easy to navigate, and you can gather lots of information. [...]
[...] Web Design in E-Business - Interface Analysis Contents Online business' life Web design planning 2 Web design development 3 Web design testing 8 Conclusion 8 References 10 Online business' life In this day, internet takes a vital role in many facets of an online business' life and process (Krug 2005). It can be defined as a tool where goods and services are provided well to reach customer needs and satisfaction. It is a way of attracting people's attention, arousing their interests, motivating and activating their desire to take action. [...]
[...] It benefits both education and business more so when promoting online businesses and stores. References Cockrum, J. (2011) Free marketing: 101 low and no-cost ways to grow your business. New York: Wiley. Mcneil, P. (2008) The web designer's Idea Book: The Ultimate guide to themes, trends and styles in website design. California: New Riders Press. Tamara, A. & Pruitt J. (2005) The essential persona lifecycle, Morgan Kaufmann, Massachusetts. [...]
[...] Below in figure 2 is shown a proposal of my understanding for a good e-business oriented wireframe. Figure 2-sketch proposal for an e-business orientated web site wireframe [Photo by Dusan Pancik] While prototyping many different types of designing software can be used, where the benefits of sketching will be appreciated. To implement the learning outcome gathered during the lessons and facts identified in assignment two report, using Adobe Fireworks software I have created a wire frame design for an e-business orientated web site. [...]
[...] Another important factor to consider is cross-platform compatibility of a website. This is a site that works well in terms of functionality, and look-and-feel on different browsers. The navigation is extremely helpful and saves a time for the user to search for anything he wants in the site. The interactivity of the website and overall design is nicely done. It allows the user to do something, that is; give and receive information. The prioritization of information on the website gives it usability. [...]
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