EGH’s Certificate course in Web Designing provides students as well as armatures preliminary knowledge in order to design websites and take their first steps into the field of Web Designing. Our Web Designing course begins right from the basics and provides practical knowledge of designing website’s.
Course Fees: Rs. 23500 /-
Course Duration: 65 Hrs.
- HTML5 & CSS
HTML5 is a core technology mark-up language of the Internet used for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web. HTML5 adds many new syntactic features. These include the new video, audio and canvas elements, as well as the integration of scalable vector graphics (SVG) content (replacing generic tags), and MathML for mathematical formulas. These features are designed to make it easy to include and handle multimedia and graphical content on the web without having to resort to proprietary plugins and APIs.
- ADOBE DREAMWEAVER
Adobe Dreamweaver is a web designing and web development application that provides a visual WYSIWYG editor (colloquially referred to as the Design view) and a code editor with standard features such as syntax highlighting, code completion, and code collapsing as well as more sophisticated features such as real-time syntax checking and code introspection for generating code hints to assist the user in writing code.
In the field of web designing, Adobe Dreamweaver functions as an Html editor.
- ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
Adobe Photoshop is a raster-based photo editing software. If you are working on web pages, presentations or on any document photoshop is the software to be used to enhance your images and retouching essentials. Photoshop has a host of tools for layering, filtering, compositing, masking and modifying images. In the world of web designers, Adobe Photoshop is used to create web layouts, buttons and slice the web pages and bring them into Adobe Dreamweaver.
We all know that quality web design is a valuable investment, but what are the real benefits of hiring a professional designer? Is the price tag worth it? Will a website that looks good bring in business?
Yes, and here???s why:
- CONSISTENT BRAND IDENTITY
Professional designers think about the big picture. They create a visual language for your brand that is consistent across different contexts. Your website, logo, business cards, and even your Twitter profile have to form a coherent whole. Brands that have a consistent visual language make a more memorable impression than those that look like five different side-businesses.
- MORE VISITORS WHO STAY ON THE PAGE
You???re not looking for clicks. You???re looking for visitors who browse through your site and get to know who you are. Remember that most people will leave after one glimpse at your site. It takes something special to keep them interested, let alone willing to buy your product or service.
- MORE CUSTOMERS
Calls to action are the sign-up, buy now, and learn more parts of your site. Where they are on the web page, how they look, and what they say will determine how many more people decide to buy something from you.
- DISTINCTION FROM COMPETITORS
Good-enough websites just don???t cut it anymore. Within one industry, there are many sites that look the same. They say the right stuff, the design isn???t too offensive, but they don???t make the effort to speak up and say why they???re special. That doesn???t mean you have to pull out the sparkly graphics to get attention. Quality means distilling all of your unique selling points into one coherent visual message.
- FORM, STRUCTURE AND PURPOSE TO CONTENT
Content and design need to be perfectly aligned on your site. Most people will not put in the effort to understand what you are trying to say. Large blocks of small text, confusing navigation, and obscured calls to action will turn visitors away. Designers work with your content so that it???s clear and directs people to what you want them to do.
- POLISHED DETAILS
The choice of fonts, spacing of text, and contrast are details that make a difference in the overall quality of your site. These kinds of nuances may not seem that important, but they affect how readable and functional the site is.
- OBJECTIVE PERSPECTIVE
You are the expert on your own business, but you are not an expert on web design. Sometimes there needs to be a compromise between what you want and what works for the web. Quality web design also comes from the experience of knowing how to translate ideas into web pages.
- LESS SPENDING DOWN THE ROAD
Businesses that try to get a ???good deal??? and buy into the promise of getting high-quality design services for a cheap price often end up paying more than they need to. Why? They realize that high quality really does cost money and pay for another designer to re-do their site.
- RELIABLE PARTNERSHIP
Business owners and web designers have to work together to create a website. The process involves communication and compromise. If you are satisfied with the result, the web designer you worked with will be your go-to for changes and new additions.
- ROOM FOR DEVELOPMENT
Quality design builds a solid foundation for the improvements you will want to make after the initial site is finished. Whether you want to add a new product or service, the site will already have a strong enough aesthetic that you don???t have to go back to square one.
The length of time it takes to create a fully functional website is based on several factors. Custom design work can take anywhere from 1 – 4 weeks, depending on the complexity of the design and the number of revisions you require. The development phase requires an additional 1 – 6 weeks, depending on the number of pages, and the functionality required. Of course, these are general guidelines, and we will make every effort to meet the timeframe you have in mind.
It is difficult to quote an average price, due to the enormous range in requirements for a site. According to BusinessWeek Online, a designer might charge $2,000 or more for a basic Web site, not including Web hosting fees. If you check out BuyerZone.com, you’ll see that a 4 ??? 6 page template-based site will cost around $400, while a full custom design will come in closer to $800 – $1500. Other authoritative sources generally quote in the $1,000 – $2,000 range.
There are many, many factors that influence the ultimate cost of any given website, and we encourage you to read our article regarding Website pricing for more information and guidance in searching for your Website provider.
A fully customized, unique website design starts at $449, and page development is $50 – $75 each. Pricing for other services and functionality are outlined separately on our pricing page to help you determine and control the amount of your investment. We also provide our clients with a detailed estimate before any work begins.
Absolutely! In fact, we encourage it. We build your website on our development server and provide you with a username and password so that you can log in and monitor the progress of your site. During this phase, we encourage your feedback if something isn’t quite the way you envisioned it or if you’ve changed your mind. Once your site is ready and you have provided your approval, we release it live on your server and submit your URL to the major search engines.
We give as much latitude as we possibly can. After you’ve identified the general format and colour schemes of your preferred design, we’ll complete up to 2 rounds of major revisions at no charge. All minor revisions are provided at no charge.
Yes. Our web design and development service include configuration of your email accounts, detailed monthly traffic reports and basic search engine optimization services. Basic SEO includes submission of your site to the major search engines, and the setup of your primary metatag information (Page Title, Description and Keywords). Additionally, your site is built from the ground up with search engine friendly technologies and methods.
This is a question we often receive from start-up companies and entrepreneurs. Although we don’t offer design templates today, we are planning to release a gallery of templates unique to Spritz in October, 2007. Please check back with us soon or send us an email to inquire further.
In general, we don’t recommend the use of templates, but they may be appropriate in certain situations. For example, if you absolutely must have a site launched within the space of a few days, or if you are on an especially limited budget, a template might be an acceptable short-term solution. However, these instances should be the exception rather than the rule for these reasons:
1. Most templates do not conform to important usability and search engine guidelines. If you’re not meeting the needs of your users, or if the search engines can’t easily index your site, then you’ll simply be wasting your valuable time and money with this approach.
2. Most templates do not lend themselves to quick or easy modification. If you require design modifications, it’s important to understand that they can substantially increase your total cost.
3. Templates purchased from the major online vendors may be used hundreds or even thousands of times, even by your own competitors. A cookie cutter design doesn’t attract much lasting attention. Good design is a reflection of your business, your strategy and your audience.
As with all of our custom designs, our templates will conform to important usability principals and be built from the ground up using solid, search engine friendly techniques. We use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), which facilitate changes to a site’s visual appearance and overall layout. Not only does it reduce design time modifications, but it also provides greater control in constructing a design just the way you want it.
For small projects, 50% of the estimated fee must be provided prior to beginning work, with the remaining payment due upon completion of the project. For larger projects, an initial payment representing one-third of the estimated total fee is required. The second payment is required upon the halfway point, with the final third due upon completion of the project.
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