Website Design FAQ
Website design refers directly to how the website appears visually and how easy it is for users to navigate through it. According to the new page experience update by Google Search Engine, a websites UX core web vitals will now play a large roll in the overall ranking algorithm that is used to determine the position or ranking of a website in the search results.
Website Development refers to the entire back-end structure of a website. This provides each website with its own unique set of features to function as a working and usable website. The back end of a website is build by a website developer that has an advanced understanding, as well as the ability to write website programing languages such as HTML, CSS, Java script, PHP and many others into fully functioning websites.
A Website designer works on the front end of a website, this includes the layout, user map, wireframes, artwork, and any other front-end related elements of the website. This is to ensure that the user experience is pleasant and accurate. Web designers analyze a client’s website objective to establish the hierarchy of information with their main objective always focused on guiding the entire website design process.
Website designers play an important role in the planning of a new website by creating wireframes and visual representations of layout possibilities. Website designers are able to form an accurate assumption on how a website will be preserved in terms of functionality and the overall user experience before making the website live. The main function of a website designer in the overall website development process is to ensure that a website is perceived correctly up to a client’s online marketing objective.
A web developer is responsible for programming the code that “tells” a website how to function. A developer builds a website from the bottom up, which means designing it in such a way that end users have no difficulty navigating the site.
Web development can be divided into three parts: code that executes in a web browser and determines what customers or clients will see when they land on a website (client-side scripting); code that executes on a web server and powers the behind-the-scenes mechanics of how a website works (server-side scripting); and database technology, which helps to keep a website running smoothly and efficiently. Large-scale web projects often divide these tasks among multiple web developers & web designers.
Why hire a website designer?
Website development involves the entire process of designing a successful web application or website. Through a collaboration between a team of website designers, website developers, and graphic designers, a custom user experience is created for every URL that gets indexed on Google’s search engine. Each website can be defined by its own URL (Uniform Resource Locator), which serves as the main key for making a website easily accessible on the internet. A URL is not simply a unique resource on the web, it is also a unique identifier used by search engines to determine the quality of the website that it points to in order to establish the domain’s authority.
Building a website that is fast and has strong domain authority would require a skilled team of website designers, developers, and graphic designers. All of which are available at Swart Digital Studio.
The benefits of a website:
By having a business website, your company will not only look professional, but also increase product knowledge, sell your product or service, generate leads for the business, and increase the popularity of your company.