A great way to communicate!
Just about now everybody has a blog, website or a presence on the Internet, which means… everyone is a webdesigner!
At EunosMedia, we concentrate on consulting, organizing and listening to what our customers need in terms of exposure over the internet of the service or message they want to get through with our expertise in communications. There can be a lot of information on a website, but the message not getting through to their audience, simply because the site is confusing and not displaying the essential message. Sometimes a simple, effective site has better results than one that has all the “bells and whistles” that the internet technology can offer. There are several internet power-sites that follow a motto: “Less is More!” and at EunosMedia we also agree that less is more as long as your presence on the web is really doing the job. We all witnessed the success that Google has had in recent years simply due to their approach with a straightforward interface and a billion dollar money making machine! On the other hand there are examples on large corporations spending millions on a web-presence and not seeing any palpable results from that because of too many distracting effects that may not be suitable to their businesses.
Web design is the skill of presentations of content (usually hypertext or hypermedia) that is delivered to an end-user through the World Wide Web, by way of a Web browser or other Web-enabled software like Internet television clients, micro-blogging clients and RSS readers.
The process of designing Web pages, Web sites, Web applications or multimedia for the Web may utilize multiple disciplines, such as animation, authoring, communication design, corporate identity, graphic design, human-computer interaction, information architecture, interaction design, marketing, photography, search engine optimization and typography.
Web pages and Web sites can be static pages, or can be programmed to be dynamic pages that automatically adapt content or visual appearance depending on a variety of factors, such as input from the end-user, input from the Webmaster or changes in the computing environment (such as the site’s associated database having been modified). With growing specialization within communication design and information technology fields, there is a strong tendency to draw a clear line between web design specifically for web pages and web development for the overall logistics of all web-based services.
Many are the technologies involved:
— Markup languages (such as HTML, XHTML and XML)
— Style sheet languages (such as CSS and XSL)
— Server-side scripting (such as PHP)
— Database technologies (such as MySQL)
— Multimedia technologies: sound and vídeo integration
— Web 2.0 applications, and many more…