1: Discovery Phase.
This is the time for defining what you want your Site to be. There are a number
of fundamental questions that need to be answered, although the answers may
change and evolve as the Site takes shape. You need to think about what you
want your Site to accomplish for you; who your audience will be; what kind
of impression you want your Site to make; what pages you want to include. You
domain name is chosen and registered and your site host determined in this
2: Drafting Phase.
on the information gathered and the decisions made in
the discovery phase, a site map (flow chart) can now
be created. Each page is described visually, including
simple schematics defining the content of each page and
the functional specifications. This is the blueprint
that helps determine the technologies needed to make
3: Design Phase.
mockup can now be designed which assembles all the visual
and navigational ideas. This is a non-functional
site model that shows the position of text, graphics
and the overall look of the Site.
4: Production & Testing Phase.
Now everything comes together. The Site becomes functional and is tested for
usability. This is the time to check out all the bells and whistles.
5: Launch Phase.
As soon as the testing phase is completed, the Site's content
is transferred to the client's host server and the Site