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Require 6-12 months experienced 2 web designers in ARTIS Technologies Pvt. Ltd based in Saltlake City, Kolkata.
First Cofee! Discussion about the project scope.project type.nature of work.preferences and style..
This gives me a brief idea what client is really looking for.includes the suggestions,input & a few creative ideas for our side.
Identifying the goals to achive and target a specific user group or catering genarel audience etc.
Scales.timelines technology to be used etc, are defined in this step,which finaly can lead to an efficient and effective internet / rich media solution.
Design & Development
Screen Designs are now converted into actual working program/ websites.
Final preview of the project is now presented to the client .
Alterations,additions,modifications can be done in this step before finally launching the project.
Deployment ,Testing & Launch!
Ajaxify your website today
Ajax is the future of the web, declare the usual suspects, and with good cause. It is, undoubtedly an exciting technology that is already driving forward the idea of Rich Internet Applications. Yet dynamic client-server interaction and the display associated client-side trickery that accompanies it, cannot and will not be spidered, indexed or cached by search engines that don't understand Ajax. In fact it's even simpler than that: search engines not only don't understand it, they don't even see it. The irony being that Google is something of an Ajax pioneer, and GMail one of the best known Ajax applications
So what are the workarounds? Well you could have all the content in the page, but invisible to the user. Do that, however, and Google will almost certainly treat it as cloaking, serving up one page for web spiders and another for real people. The end result being much the same, your site gets blacklisted and so not listed. You could design two distinct versions of the content, the Ajax one and a "traditional" one that is accessible to Google. While this may well work in as far as ensuring your site shows up in the land of search, it also means your Ajax development is a waste of time because Google will send everyone to the non-Ajaxified version anyway. Then there's the database driven site solution of using querystring parameters using a Google sitemap. Apart from there being no querystring appended URLs, courtesy of the Ajax client side searching, unless you create them all artificially which is no mean feat for anything but the least complex of sites (and why bother with Ajax if all you have is a one page vanity web anyway?)
It seems to me that in order to successfully circumvent the Google search engine optimization, cloaking, spider-fodder rules in our Ajax driven vision of the future, you would have to make changes that would allow the SEO gangsters to ply their evil trade. Although there is some glimmer of hope in as far as Google has implemented Sitemaps, and it does enable pseudo content to flag text block priority to AdSense spiders. Until and unless a big change does come, some kind of content duplication would appear the only way forward. We know of one site which has a nifty Ajax navigation menu system that is fully duplicated within a static footer menu purely to bring server generated content to the party and allow Google to see the blasted thing. and much of the Ajax obsessed development community, missing the point here? Is Ajax really only suitable for what has been cruelly described as client-side interface candy and nothing more?
We might run the risk of being called a heretic for saying it, but long rush towards Web 2.0, be careful you don't get caught by the Ajax tripwire. Ajaxified to vanished.