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Scalability Design Maximizes Website’s Long-Term Usability

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Your website may have very different content and structure needs 12 months from now.  Scalability design creates elegant solutions for new page, content, data and growth.

The website scalability design process approaches a website as a dynamic platform that accommodates and adjusts to new brand messaging, new content and revised navigation structures. While some decisions may need to made in the context of the website’s layout style, page layout styles, and integration of identity elements, the website’s content – and the navigation that controls it – at least in most parts should be regarded as fluid as possible.

Core to scalability design is a strong commitment to functionalism: the design’s positive attributes and identity should not pose significant compromises to the website’s usability, content growth, content reduction, and changes in the navigation structure.

Website Scalability Design increases the website’s usability by planning out…
  • design and code for new pages so that they can be seamlessly created and integrated to the site’s navigation structure
  • design and code for sub-menu designs that can be expanded without breaking any existing design or page layout
  • content structure design that can be expanded without breaking any existing design or page layout
  • design and code for AJAX animations that allow content increase and content deduction
  • design and code for online store management that allows catalog growth, new product categories, and cross-referencing new products
  • design and code for member activity management that takes into account a growing member base on the site and how an increased interaction displays and functions on the site
  • CMS code that allows managing new content types
  • CMS usability and user-flow design that functions optimally even if the amount go content and pages to be managed grows significantly
  • documenting any restrictions in content growth, such as number of allowed characters in dynamic form fields
Your website may have very different content and structure needs 12 months from now.  Scalability planning and testing make sure that each website and web application can elegantly handle an increased number of web pages, increased text and digital content and increased data input by a growing number of site’s users.
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