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Web design is the same (in a very simplistic) to the traditional print edition. Each page is a container to display information, like a book, and each Web page that the page in a book. But web design uses a framework based on the numerical code and display technology to build and maintain an environment to distribute information in multiple formats.

DIGICUBE offers a content management website with efficient and easy to use control. It allows you to add new web pages to your website and/or modify existing information. The solution is so easy to use, requires no programming knowledge or complex computer languages.

The process of designing web pages, websites, web applications or multimedia for the Web can use several different disciplines, such as animation, creation, communication design, visual identity, graphic design, human-computer interaction, the information architecture, interaction design, marketing, photography, search engine optimization and typography.

Taken to its full potential, Web design is undoubtedly the most sophisticated methods and more complex to support communication in the world today.

Web design is the ability to create presentations of content (usually hypertext or hypermedia) comes to an end user via the World Wide Web using a Web browser or other Web-enabled client software such as Internet TV, microblogging clients and RSS readers.

Web sites and pages can be static pages or dynamic pages can be programmed to automatically adapt the content or layout, depending on many factors, such as end-user input, the contribution to the Webmaster, or changes in environments (such as 'access to the site to the database have been changed). Increasingly specialized in communication design and information technology sectors have a strong tendency to draw a clear line of web design, in particular, websites and web development for the general logistics of all web-based services.

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 September 2011 10:11