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3 Things to Know While Seeking Website Design Services

Website Design - 18 Nov 2013

3 Things to Know While Seeking Website Design Services

If you are a start up or looking to expand your business online, then a website design agency is what you are looking for. But, before hiring the services of a website design company, you need to know the basics of website designing. There are different building blocks that make up a website design service. If you find yourself standing amazed or clueless at the mention of terminologies like CSS or HTML5, then this is simply because you have no knowledge of what these terms actually mean. You need not have a backhand knowledge of these terms but sure, need to know what they actually mean.


Many aspiring entrepreneurs find it hard to cope with the pressure to understand all the nuances of website design and development and end up mixing up all the information. They need to firmly understand that if they want to take their business beyond a single Facebook page, then they need to have some basic information about the real foundation layers of website designing: CSS3 and HMTL5, Responsive website design and CMS.

Here’s some basic information on website designing:

HTML5 and CSS3

Both HTML5 as well as CSS3 form the basis of a website. If you think that both the coding languages perform the same function then you are making a mistake. HTML5 provides the framework that is used to build a website. It is the main foundation of the site that is required to put the content and the other information in the right place.

CSS3 provides the detailing to the website; it helps to decorate the website with respect to the header, image, banner, content and other sections. It adds the aesthetic value to the website. Your website appeals to the readers and has a smooth flow of information with the help of CSS3.

Both the coding languages play a complimentary role in enhancing the beauty and functionality of the website. Coming together, they are more useful than when they are not together for the development of the website. A responsive design (to be discussed later) requires both HTML5 and CSS3 for aesthetic and layout functionalities of the website. It also takes into consideration the device that is being used to open a website; laptop or desktop.

Responsive Website Design

With the advent of innovative and advanced handheld devices, more and more businesses are moving towards responsive design. There is a massive change in the way digital content is presented to the end users. The user experience on your website holds the key to keeping visitors glued to your website. If your website has hiccups and you have to zoom in and out frequently to read particular contents and find links, then you are bound to lose the potential customers. Hence, a responsive design lets you have a website that functions well both on desktops as well as mobile devices. Therefore, just one website serves the purpose for you.

The website that is built on this latest strategy of responsive design is much more flexible than the other sites. It adjusts itself to the different requirements of screen size that differs from one device to the other. Even if you rotate the website on a mobile device, then it will adjust as per the screen dimensions automatically.


One does not need to be an online geek to know what CMS is. However, many startup businesses do not understand the meaning and least, the relevance of a quality Content Management System or CMS. It is the powerful tool in the hands of website managers that is used to update and manage the website in a professional manner. From the HTML days of website update to the era of CMS, a lot of user-friendly and admin-friendly content management systems have come up. WordPress is among the most popular CMS used to update and manage different websites, blogs, portals etc.

Whether you want to fix a minor website bug or you have a serious issue at hand, CMS gives you the flexibility of exploring the different sections of the website and tweaking them accordingly. Drupal is another popular example of an open source CMS or expression engine.

Lastly, if you doubt that without in-depth knowledge about the web designing blocks you will be lost in the big race, then it was time you got some hang of what all these web design jargons actually mean. Their relevance and need will help you get a better understanding of their utility and make sure that you do not stand zipped up on these topics the next time around.

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