In this series of articles the focus is being able to consider the major components in developing a successful website. Discussed will be the five major elements to an efficient interactive web site.
A familiar scene is a group of team members that are sitting in a meeting room discussing a new web development plan or just deciding whether or not to update an existing model. Whatever the scenario is, the development process should be consistent throughout all projects.
Every website is different, but every website has the ability to be a successful and possibly lucrative. What is needed is a thorough organization process. This articles focus is to help those who are about to start web development or have considered learning how a website could be improved.
Outlined in this article will be the five major elements – that is planning a model, algorithmics, database design, graphic design and evaluation – respectively. The reason for this order of operation is because this will be the sequence of steps that will be iteratively performed. Note that this is similar to other forms of software development processes such as XP (extreme programming) and RUP (rational unified process).
Designing a website is an iterative process with a cycle length being varied and dependant on the teams update procedures.