Residential IT prides itself in producing some of the best designed websites on the net in terms of usability and aesthetics. We understand that the internet has opened up endless possibilities and opportunities which have drastically changed the way businesses conduct their day to day activities.
A website displays your corporate identity, therefore it must hold the visitors attention and make them come back again and again.
In the traditional "waterfall" model of system development, each phase must be completed before a subsequent phase can commence. Although web development is not generally as straightforward as this diagram makes it look, we still need to understand each phase individually before we can understand how they fit together for a web design project.
Our design team thrive in producing eye catching and detailed websites accomodating your ideas and conepts
Yes, we do still follow the waterfall model for the high-level process of web design; most of the overall site analysis and design is indeed done before much construction begins. But the construction and testing phase also includes tasks normally included in the independent analysis and design phases. This is because much of the analysis and design for individual pages is deferred until the construction and testing phase for those pages, since every page has unique requirements that often canít be ascertained until itís under construction.
The result is that each page requires its own miniature life cycle.
Each page is represented by a concentric circle, and each page progresses through its own analysis, design, and construction and testing phases. Now, all of the phases are tightly coupled with all of the other phases. Thus, to put a fine technical sheen on it, building a web site is iterative and recursive instead of rigidly sequential.
The iterative nature of web site construction also means that sometimes we need to revisit a page that we thought we had already completed. As a result, we often move backward, not just forward. For instance, several pages might be so closely related that none of them can be finalized until all of them are finalized, as would be the case with the multiple pages of a shopping-cart application. All in all, creating a web site is indeed a spiraling, reiterative process.