1552 Goldcliff Circle Washington, DC (PressExposure) May 14, 2009 -- Itâs funny how some web developers could easily forget the basics of web design and how to launch a website. They can get caught in their work and forget the essentials when it comes to making your debut to the internet public which can sometimes determine their rise or fall with those who will see their initial product.
Recently I got an e-mail about job opportunities from a certain company. Of course, I was curious since they had the one that I wanted so I clicked to view their website. At first glance everything was good, I was well laid out and everything but when you start moving your mouse youâll see that everything is statics, link were still incomplete and it still wasnât optimized for the search engine spiders (SEO people tend to do this when they see unfinished sites or itâs just me). Of course I was disappointed with the site since itâs was beyond my expectations for such a professional company. Later did I learn that someone within the company just wanted to see something up and there it is, something up but completely lacking.
According to an Orange County Web Design company, Crest Media Inc., this isnât uncommon but it does annoy some people since they expect to find something that shouldâve been there already. This problems sometimes stems from the higher ups or employers to see results even if the time given to the ones making it is still isnât enough. So you have a page but what good can it do when people will be turned off by it at first glance.
I guess it canât be avoided that sometimes you have to put up an incomplete website but thereâs a limit as to how incomplete it should be. The basics should be there and there should be proper notes when a site is still unfinished or at least limit the options to the places that are finished rather than upload a totally empty page.
According to this Orange County Web Design company, a rule of thumb would be never to upload an incomplete website since first impressions do last but if you have to then put only if the major parts are complete and update the minor details later on in the process.