Web Site Development Guidelines
Web site Goal or Purpose  Define the Goal or Purpose of your web site. Any really good site on the Internet has a well defined goal or purpose. Define your objectives, write them down and always, always, always keep them in mind when you proceed with your web design creation.

Web site Outline or Layout  Create an Outline or Layout of your web site. In the beginning you usually have a collection of ideas, and disjointed information. You need to create an outline of this material so that you can pull this information together and have your web design take shape.

Web Page Theme building  It's time to Build your Theme. Take the main categories of your web site from the layout or outline phase in step 2 and build in all the important material for that category. These main categories will be your global navigation links throughout your web site. The information in each category should be relevant to that category.

Graphic Tools and Media  You will need Graphic Tools and Media to complement the text content of your web design. Tools such as CorelDraw, Paintshop, Adobe PhotoShop are excellent products and a "must have" for creating art work and dramatic visual effects. Lets not forget the good old reliable media workhorse - the Scanner.

Aesthetic Presentation  The final step is the Aesthetic Presentation and unveiling of your web site. The merging of the text and graphics in you web design will be extremely important in the final look and appeal. Remember you may have the best "content" information around but an unappealing "presentation" will turn a viewer off and send him or her off to green pastures on the internet.
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