Understand the web design and development process

Website designing is the initial process to help a site look stunning. We, at Kaos, put considerable effort to design a site innovatively so that your business attracts more customers. The initial step is for the client to give us an idea of their preferences and ideas for their website. We then research and discuss the feasibility of their ideas , and its relevance to their product. Then with the use of the right resources and appropriate technologies, we provide website design options to the client. The client , of course, gets to make changes , and only after they are absolutely happy with the design, then we go ahead and start converting it into a web friendly format.  Every site is made with a creative edge and branded in a way to safeguard the reputation of the brand for which the site is being created. In the web designing lab of Kaos, HTML, Java as well as other languages are used to create and launch impressive customer-friendly websites.

Once the website design is confirmed, it is then developed with HTML, CSS, JAVA etc, by our professional designers and dedicated developers. Once the site is rendered in HTML, it has to be integrated with the CMS. Various software, APIs, and CMSs like Joomla, Drupal, etc are used by the team to develop the site and they are launched after incorporating several add-ons. Other languages are also used for the creating the websites namely, xHTML, CSS, Java Script, jQuery, PHP, Python, MySQL, AJAX, Adobe Flash, Google APIs.

The initial process of building a website involves gathering as much information from the client and doing some market research on the industry of the client.
Then comes the requirement analysis. This stage considers which CMS would be best for the project. What features and functionalities will be needed?
The site architecture will then be decided. The site architecture will consider how the content should be grouped, under which heading can the content be grouped together in. How will the user navigate the website and more.
This is then followed by building a prototype of the website. This prototype will generally be in the form of a wireframe.

Once the wireframe is built, the designer steps in to fill in the design. User Experience design considers how the user will actually use the site, and just the looks of the site. For e.g. is the enter button placed in the right place, can the user find it easily. Will the user understand that they have to press that particular button to get to the next action?
Once the design is confirmed, the next step is to code it into HTML.

The HTML coding stage is then followed by the CMS integration. The CMS makes the website dynamic. It allows the client to make changes to their website without having to contact the developer regularly. 

Then comes the critical testing phase. The site is normally hosted on the developers server and is tested there, many times, for design, features and functionality. This testing phase is followed by the User Acceptance Test, whereby the Client tests the site so ensure that it is as per requirements.
After the User Acceptance period and all going well, the site goes live !!!