How We Make It Happen
What is website management and its use?
Web Management refers to all of the activities included in the process of posting and maintaining a website on the World Wide Web. Though many individuals and businesses create and manage their own sites, the majority of websites are professionally designed and maintained by technology firms; this is because every phase of website development requires technical expertise.
Web management process begins with the design phase. At this point in a business relationship between a client and a technology firm, the client meets with the graphic designer to present his or her company’s logo and colors and to discuss the image the company hopes to portray on its new website.
In addition to creating a site that properly represents the company, the graphic designer has to build a navigation system that makes the site easy to use for all web visitors. The navigation system refers to the series of links that gives users access to the subpages (the pages other than the main page, or home page, on a website;
users bring subpages up on the computer screen by clicking on certain words and images on the site) containing the information they need. On an ideally designed website, users are only one or two clicks away from the information they need at any given point during the visit to the website.