Web Page/Element Types

General Guidelines
  • All pages are mobile responsive.
    Mobile responsive means the same page will adapt to a mobile form factor.
  • Scope for design must be well defined before design proceeds.
  • Pages will be coded strictly as per approved designs.
  • Content related work is not part of Web Page building.
Web-Page Type
1 Template
  • A design where other pages will follow.
  • Typically template page is a generic concept page but the first and most important as it defines the general aspects behind design of all pages that follow that template
2 Components
Some sites, like Admin panels require multiple re-usable elements or components across various pages.
It would not be wise to consider such elements afresh for each page. Therefore great need also needs to be taken to design and build them to make them multi purpose and once built they are fit into any of the other types of pages.

An element is considered a page for estimation purpose and its own complexity maybe attributed to any of the other types defined here.
3 Simple Content
  • Plain Content in mobile responsive design
  • Page level SEO for B2C pages
4 Functional
  • Pages with simple user input / forms
  • Inclusion of 3rd party ready-made widgets, like Maps etc
  • Infographics, Icons
  • Collection of components
5 Complex / Coding
  • Complex forms with UI/UX level interactions
  • Multipls parts / views / layers / interactions like conditional dialogues
  • Complex vector based animations
  • Advanced JavaScript, jQuery or frameworks like Angular or React JS
  • UI level programming with server API like AJAX behavior or UI heavy coding
  • Typically B2B pages, and will not likely be SEO friendly and more focussed towards user interaction / UX
  • Custom widget development

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