Design Steps in Responsive Web Design Workflow

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Design Steps in Responsive Web Design Workflow 95 percent of the web design workflows process are as follows: First planning second wireframing and prototyping third designing and developing where the front and back-end developers show their skills finally content filling. For more details on our products and services please feel free to visit us at Online Marketing New Delhi Online Marketing Company New Delhi Online Marketing Companies New Delhi Social Media Marketing New Delhi Internet Marketing Company New Delhi Unfortunately this web design workflow doesn’t work anymore. Why Because there are more and more new devices. There are no longer the standard sizes of desktop tablet and smartphone Android alone has over 24000 devices. A website should be available on a wide range of devices from the screens of Tesla cars which can hardly be afforded by the majority at the moment to smartwatches or fitness trackers. It makes no sense to show or hide certain contents according to breakpoints simply because the terminal is not available. What is now being talked about: content first because it determines the concept and design in the end. In best responsive web design it should be clarified in advance what content is existing and what should be integrated later. A meaningful sequence of responsive design workflow should look like this one: 1. Content Setup The first step is to create the existing content similar to a wireframe of a website. However it does not mean that you have to make a final wireframe. How and where should contents such as images PDFs and texts be put 2. Content Creation Now comes the most important and decisive point of responsive web design workflow. The core goal is to make users "learn more about our super-premium products". It’s worth to make a precise content plan because it can prevent the later reworking of all files and save costs in the end. 3. Content Testing Then comes content testing. Does the content work on all devices or does it need to be adapted and revised It is where most of the web project design workflow is done. A relaunch without content reworking works rarely well. There has been a lot of changes in recent years including reading behaviors and habits. 4. Fine-tuning

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Now "fine-tuning" of the content follows which can be finished on a mood board for example. How should the content work Should any image values be transferred Whether corporate identity should be considered 5. Prototyping Only now does prototyping go on. Not every designer is working in the frontend and close collaboration between designers and front-end developers is increasingly important in the age of agile projects. Fast prototyping tools can avoid bad surprises. 6. Device Testing There are some good simulators that show testing on different browsers or devices but if you want to ensure no risk at all you should test it directly on the devices. It can figure out for example direct "device bugs". The testing on the Tesla will be still unavailable for some time. Conclusion It is clear that good content is expensive but they pay off. It is essential to give the user the information they want. Why is good content expensive It has to be researched sorted written corrected planned stored and managed before it can be published. However the prerequisite is that the web design workflow can not be done during the process of website development but should be completed in the first place.

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