Prior to Creation
A website has to undergo refinements and fine-tuning a lot many times before it is finally declared live. So, much like decking up a manikin before having the final word for any apparel design, our design wing decided to first build up a detailed wiremap layout for the website. An HTML prototype helped us ditch those mountains of paper and endless annotations that usually follow.
The finalized blueprint looked exactly like the finished product, except that we had the liberty to change it as per our client’s feedback. This prototype saved us a lot of time and our client a heap of bucks.
With mobile browsing increasing shadowing desktop and laptop browsing, a responsive design naturally becomes an obligation for every website. Rather than the expensive and time-consuming task of building specific apps for every mobile platform, we were all hell bent on crafting out one single website that would run flawlessly across every possible browser, device screen size and orientation.
Rather than a boring ‘about us’ section, we chose the Homepage to depict everything about the company and communicate with end-users – this was our prime target. Thus, a decision was made to keep it simple, yet informative without including too many links to other webpages within the site. We started with a section telling viewers what the company’s core function is, and went on to include other functions, features and advantages of using an i Mobile Fuze automation software. We even made room for a link directing to the pricing page to let the end user know about the company’s tariff and price plans.
Swarup Sengupta – developer
Our client had set us certain guidelines, the way in which he wanted the templates, tabs, and links to the website to be made. We could finally come up with it after several rounds of trial and error method with the software. Finally, we could make a website which is SEO friendly, machine independent, and are compatible with all types of browsers.
Bhaswar Mukherjee – developer