Your “store front” on the Internet should be designed with the same care as you would any brick-and-mortar home or business.
Web site design includes not only the look and feel of your site, but also its organization, planning of its content and development of special interactive features including Web applications. These things help determine the functionality of your Web space – that is, how useful it is to members of your market. Owners and developers of successful Web sites spend a good deal of time planning all of these elements and assembling the content.
Most successful Web sites are updated on a regular basis consistent with the mission of the site and the market demands it is trying to meet. Deployment of custom Web applications and/or the use of modern software enable even the most strapped-for-people operations to keep their Web sites current with consistenetly updated material.
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