Wiley Web Design with HTML and CSS Digital Classroom 978-0-470-58360-9 Benutzerhandbuch

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Lesson 1, Planning Your Website
What you’ll learn 
in this lesson:
Defining the goals of 
web design
Defining the user 
Understanding the 
difference between 
wireframes, prototypes, 
and mockups
Planning Your Website
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to improve your website by clearly 
defi ning what you want the site to do during the planning process. 
Starting up
This lesson does not use any lesson fi les, so you do not need to load any fi les before starting 
this lesson.
See Lesson 1 in action!
Use the accompanying video to gain a better understanding of how to use some of 
the features shown in this lesson. You can fi nd the video tutorial for this lesson at 
www.digitalclassroombooks.com using the URL provided when you registered your book.
The goals of web design
To understand how to create well designed websites, it is worth understanding the 
fundamentals of design. Good design creates experiences that makes people’s lives easier, and 
is also aesthetically pleasing. Here are some examples: a well-designed store makes it easy for 
customers to fi nd products they are looking for, or maybe even products they never knew 
Lesson 1
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