5 Key Takeaways on the Road to Dominating Websites

Looking for someone to build you a business website? If this is your first time but you’ve done a little research, you’ve likely read about the three different labels used for website creators – web designer, web developer and web implementer. Which one do you need? First, a web designer is a company or professional who creates the overall look and feel of your website. They will work together with you on such tasks as choosing colors, creating layouts, building a brand, and so on. Contrary to what many people think, web design is beyond aesthetics. A designer should know about marketing concepts – for example, content organization, call to action, etc. – and apply them in a way that helps you reach your goals for the site. A web developer, on the other hand, is someone who utilizes a designer’s mockups (pictures of the intended appearance of the website) to build a serviceable website. If you intend to use WordPress, the developer may build a custom theme, or customize an existing theme or template to fit the mockups. As well, developers may add functionality or features to an existing website, or help with other technical tasks, like troubleshooting.
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An implementer is someone who falls somewhere in between a designer and a developer. However, take note that an implementer may be unable to provide certain things.
5 Key Takeaways on the Road to Dominating Websites
Let’s say you want to open a hair spa. The following are what your website should be able to do: > Introduce your services to the public > Allow clients to book appointments > Get people to sign up for your mailing list so you can send information (special deals, discounts, etc.) > Provide your phone number, address and email address so people can reach you for questions or concerns Those needs are pretty average, so you likely won’t need anyone more than a design or development team, or an implementer. There are plenty of WordPress plugins that you can use for the aforementioned tasks, so you have no need for a full custom website. Here’s a second example: you have your hair spa, but you would like to start selling hairstyling products and take registration for hairstyling classes. Hence, you will need the following additions: > Ecommerce features, SSL and a payment gateway > Inventory management that synchronizes your online and physical shops > More advanced scheduling for hair spa treatments and hairstyling seminars with a limited number of slots > Different levels of member or employee access There may be existing tools that you can utilize to address such requirements, but you may need something tailor-made for your site as well. If such is the case, you will need a developer. After learning about the similarities and differences among web designers, developers and implementers, you will find it much easier to choose the right professional to build your website.