Planning Your Web Site Tutorial
The entries in the Planning Your Web site tutorial have been designed to help readers of all backgrounds assess their Web project goals, identify their target audience and develop a content outline and sitemap that will help them meet their goals as well as those of their site visitors. These articles were originally written to guide Web maintainers at Case Western Reserve University in their Web development projects, but the ideas apply to business and personal sites as well.
Whether you're building your own site or hiring a designer these entries will help guide you in laying out the foundation for your site.
- So you want to build a Web site
- Understanding your goals and your target audience
- More about your target audiences
- Organizing, acquiring, and creating content for your Web site - Part One
- Organizing, acquiring, and creating content for your Web site - Part Two
- Building your site: The Front Page
- Building your site: Secondary pages
- Building your site: Tertiary pages—When more is more
Related Web planning and marketing entries
- 8 things to consider when redesigning your Web site—let’s start with WHY?
- An Introduction to Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Part 1
- An Introduction to Web Standards
- Don't build your Web site in a vacuum
- MKTG 101: Social Media Marketing is still marketing: know your audience
- MKTG 101: Web Content Should Serve Visitor Needs
- Wayfinding within your Web site
- Your home page is NOT your index; it's your store front