Creation and development of sites in uzbekistan
1. The basic procedure for the creation of the site is drawn up by the contract, which sets out the conditions, stages, terms and procedure for settlements.
2. Design - the provision of work at this stage is carried out in the form of 3 different website designs, so that the Customer can choose one of the designs he likes best.
3. Payment for the project is made by 50% in advance of the project cost after signing the contract within 3 banking days.
4. The project cost is formed after the approval of the Terms of Reference for the development. The approximate cost can be calculated on the basis of the table below “Types of sites and their cost”.
5. The terms of project development are determined after the approval of the Terms of Reference for the development of the site.
Creation of technical specifications
A technical task can be prepared by a designer, analyst, web architect, project manager, together or separately.: In the case when the site is developed by a freelancer, the technical task can be prepared by the customer’s company).
Work with the customer begins with filling out a brief, in which the customer expresses his wishes regarding the visual presentation and structure of the site, indicates errors in the old version of the site, gives examples of competitor sites. Based on the brief, the manager draws up the terms of reference, taking into account the capabilities of software and design tools.
The stage ends after the approval of the technical specifications by the customer. It is important to note right away that the stages of website design depend on many factors, such as site size, functionality, tasks that a future resource should perform, and much more. However, there are several stages that are mandatory in the planning of any project.: As a result, the document, which describes the terms of reference, may include the following main sections:
Purpose and purpose of the site.
The audience of the site.
Site content (site structure with a detailed description of the elements and functions of each page).
Interactive elements and services (feedback forms, search on the site, forum on the site).
Forms (mailing, newsletter subscription, feedback).
Content Management System.
Transfer to hosting.
Design of the main and standard pages of the site
Work begins with the creation of a design, usually in a graphic editor. The designer creates one or more design options, in accordance with the terms of reference. In this case, the design of the main page and the designs of standard pages (for example: articles, news, product catalog) are separately created.
Actually, the "page design" is a graphic file, a layered drawing, consisting of the smallest picture-layers of elements of the overall picture.
In this case, the designer must take into account the limitations of HTML standards (not to create a design that can then not be implemented using standard HTML tools). The exception is Flash design.
The number of sketches and the order of their provision is negotiated with the project manager. The project manager also controls the timing. In large web studios, an art director who controls the quality of the graphics is involved in the process. The stage also ends with the approval of the sketch by the customer.
The approved design is passed to the HTML layout designer, who “cuts” the graphic image into separate drawings, from which he subsequently folds the HTML page. As a result, code is created that can be viewed using a browser. And standard pages will subsequently be used as templates.
Next, the finished HTML files are passed to the programmer. Programming a site can be carried out both from scratch, and based on CMS - content management system. Web developers often call the CMS "engine."
In the case of CMS, it must be said that CMS itself is, in a sense, a ready-made website consisting of replaceable parts. A “programmer” —in this case, it would be correct to call him simply a CMS specialist — must replace the standard template that came with CMS with the original template. He should create this original template on the basis of initial "web design".
When programming a site, the specialist is assigned a milestone for the terms.
The final stage of website development is testing
The testing process may include a variety of checks: the appearance of a page with enlarged fonts, with different sizes of the browser window , in the absence of a flash player, and many others. Also - usability testing.
Detected errors are sent for correction until they are resolved. Timing is controlled by the project manager. Also, at this stage, a designer is involved in the work so that he conducts field supervision.
Web site placement
The site files are placed on the server of the provider (hosting) and make the necessary settings. At this stage, the site is still closed to visitors.
Content Filling and Publishing
The site is filled with content (content) - texts, images, files for download and so on. Sometimes the texts are compiled by a studio specialist, sometimes the content is handled by the responsible person on the part of the customer. This is decided at the stage of drawing up the technical specifications. If the content is compiled by a representative of the studio, then this happens and is approved in parallel with other stages of the project. On each page there are text blocks, they can be standard (standard) and not standard. Typically, an atypical text block is located on page 404.
Standard text blocks include:
breadcrumbs, or breadcrumbs.
The main elements of the text block:
headings of levels 1, 2 and 3;
images in the text;
a drop-down block of text that contains a title;
numbered and unordered lists;
files to download;
Internal SEO Optimization
Associated with some changes to the site itself. SEO optimization begins with the definition of a semantic core. Here are defined keywords that will attract the most interested visitors, which make winning the competition easier. Then these words are entered on the site. Texts, links, other tags are adapted so that search engines can successfully find them by keywords.
External SEO Optimization
It comes down, as a rule, to building the structure of incoming links. This is actually the site promotion. External website SEO optimization has nothing to do with website development. SEO-optimization is classified into “white” and “black” (one after which the site gets to the top in two weeks, and then to the search engine ban). Real, “white” SEO optimization is a laborious and long process, the cost of which can be several times higher than the cost of creating a site.
The customer or his authorized representative reviews the finished project and, if everything suits, then they sign documents on the delivery of the project.
Also, at this stage, the customer representative is trained in the skills of working in the administrator’s area of the site.
STAGES OF WORK:
1. Assessing the value of your project and approving it.
2. Development and approval of site design.
3. Programming the framework ("engine") of the site in scripting languages.
4. Filling the site with text and graphic information.
5. Testing on the local server.
6. Choosing a hosting plan depending on the needs of your site (the necessary traffic, the amount of files on the disk, the estimated number of visitors, etc.)
7. Hosting the site on the server of the hosting provider, setting up and final testing.
8. Registration of a site in search engines and Internet directories.
9. Training a responsible employee of the company to support and manage the site.