What type of content will each page have? Do we need to provide any particular features? The structure of the site Once we have answered these three fundamental questions we can sit at the table and begin the actual planning. The first thing to do is to design the structure of the site, in such a way as to have a clear visual understanding of how the site will be structured and to be able to design the navigation menu in the most functional way possible.
To design the trees of the Telegram Number Data sites we use a free software called Visio but if you want you can also use Powerpoint or Illustrator, or, in the case of less complex sites, pen and paper may suffice. Pages and contents wireframes Now we know perfectly well how many and which pages our site is made up of, and above all what the contents of each page are (we defined this at the beginning). We can therefore start thinking about how to arrange the contents within the pages so that they are easily usable by the user. In this case, a tool called wireframe is very useful , i.e. a very embryonic graphic representation of the layout of the contents within the page.
This representation helps us to immediately understand what is the best way to arrange the contents in an orderly, clear and clean manner. There are various theories and schools of thought on how to arrange content in a user-friendly manner, among which in our opinion the most important are the "z layout" theory and the "F layout" theory . Also in this case, to design the wireframes we use a software called AXURE which also allows us to create a working demo of the site in such a way as to be able to test its usability even before having developed it, and therefore to correct any problems encountered during the tests. Design and development At this point we have defined everything .
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