Washington Dc, MD (PressExposure) June 19, 2009 -- For a web developer, the things that come to mind for them when you mention the word website are programming and design, rarely will you hear a web developer comment on a website using a marketing perspective. But here lies the beauty of it because more and more web developer are now thinking in multiple angles so you get a website that was built on a marketing mindset and is really meant for the people who use it.
According to a Los Angeles web design company, Crest Media Inc., websites back then were done in two phases, one team will do the design, decide on the content and designate the categories for its sections then the other team makes the website. The problem with this setting is that ideas between creation and conception are formed by different minds and when a problem arises during the development then the project is bounced back to the design team. But now more and more web design companies are merging these two mind sets to make better website wherein technical and design and even marketing discuss their points and decide which feature are better for the site itself.
According to this Los Angeles web design companyâs experience, the great thing about this kind of set up is that you get to prevent mistakes that might be overlooked by each team if they do it individually They get to throw around ideas that might be contested by another team. Here they can have a check and balance on their ideas, web developers gain an insight on how to create a website with the user in mind, and deviate on their coding to make it more conducive for the website to be advertised on search engines (i.e. making it SEO friendly) and design and marketing teams learn on the limitations of a website from the expertise of their web developers. Overall this makes an effective process where in they create a balanced website thatâs looked at multiple angles of each profession. If you want to know more about marketing and web design, I suggest you visit http://www.crestmediainc.com and learn from their past works, maybe youâll pick up a few pointers in the process.