This is the first issue of a series based on information security. Starting broadly, we’ll discuss points to bolster informational safety on the most basic levels and eventually work towards examples displaying developer level security procedures and practices.
This article provides an extension on Passive Vs. Active Web Design. It elaborates on Iterative Design.
As previously discussed, web design is usually treated as one-and-done task leaving any updates until they are needed; this neglects the continuous updates that most websites require. Organizations must now utilize the principles of iterative web design; it’s a new concept to most organizations, but it is a vital step in growing a strong online presence.
A business’s website is its gateway to the world. It’s almost always the first part of the business that customers will interact with, and the experience will have a marked effect on how the business is perceived. A broken or poorly built website may dissuade customers from interacting with the business, or it may push them away entirely.