BRuno 

The Lord of the Websites

Process of Web architecture 

The architecture of your site has a relationship with the same structure and how the pages are connected to each other. How much easier is for visitors find your content, more time going to go inside your page and likely is to carry out some action. Complete a contact form, look up a specific product/service information, make a purchase or click on a button of social networks are all actions performed by visitors happy. We must avoid confused, lost or frustrated visitors who are more likely to quickly leave your page that follow sailing in it. Some of the necessary steps in the process of web architecture are the following: Identify the audience (s) objective Develop statements of positioning for each audience Develop workflow navigation on the Home Page and information architecture Creation of the site map Creation of wireframes for each page of the site Develop web Home Page and each inner page design Develop content Same site creation Encode, index, define the most appropriate hosting, etc.  In conclusion, the principles used to construct a building are not very different from those which arise in the process of developing a web site. The sites must be designed based on the needs of the people who will use them, in the same way that buildings must be designed in relation to the needs of its occupants. In buildings the handles of the doors are at a specific height so your hands can reach them. Web sites navigation menus should not be different... should be where people need them. The design of web sites as well as in the design of buildings, requires a firm understanding of the technologies applied. In building design knowledge are on the structural properties of materials, electricity, mechanics, plumbing, etc... web development programming and structure of databases, the Protocol TCP/IP, the HTML language and many others require knowledge of languages. Finally, work coordinated by the architect Web programmers, web designers and content creators, will achieve that people can use your web site and to meet the business purpose for which it was built.