Web design is a complex amalgamation of information architecture, usability and visual appearance that — to the Web visitor — makes things look simple ... friendly ... logical. That's critical because your visitor is only one click away from disengaging from a dialog you really want to prolong. And never returning.

To encourage lengthy periods of browsing and frequent returns the Web site needs to address the issues that are personally relevant to the user. And present them in a design that is both attractive and highly usable. Here's how:

  • Identify the primary focus of the Web communication
  • Design an assortment of interface concepts
  • Choose the concept that "works" for you
  • Refine / revise / finalize the user interface you selected

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Mariani Packing Company
Premium Dried Fruits
Seasons Harvest
Gourmet Foods
Volunteer For Good
Nonprofit Organization
San Francisco County Fair 2005
Harvest From The Sea
West Coast SignWorks
Quality signage
Frances Binnington Gilding
Artist & Teacher
The Elegant Stitch
Heirloom Wedding Accessories
Creative Services / Advertising
VocalPoint Technologies
Voice Recognition Technology
Oakmont Visual Aids Workshop
Teaching Aids For Blind Children
Yesterday's Summer
Antique Photos - Roughing it in 1912
Bret Bortner Design
Designer of Upscale Pottery

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