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Web Design - First Things First


You say you've got a great idea for a website? If you are like most people, you just grab your favorite HTML editor and start coding away. That's not the right way to go, and in this article Richard shows us why...

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By: Richard Lowe
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September 23, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Web Design - First Things First
  2. · Think, then Act
  3. · Conclusion

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The purpose of this first critical part of web site design is to put a boundary around what you are trying to accomplish. By putting into words, however briefly, your purpose, you can begin the next phase, which is fleshing out your concept and getting a handle on more precisely what you are trying to accomplish.
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