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Adding Details Overview

After the web site is blocked in and the structure is tested, then it is time to add details and content.  This is where the creativity and variations begin to develop that will give your web site a unique look.  Logos and custom graphics that are unique to your site will help to "brand" your web site.  Keeping to your design framework and using a consistent logo and style will remind viewers that they are still within your site.  The first item to develop is a logo that will become your sites image or brand.  Once that is developed you will need to design other logos and cliparts that will represent the subchapters and other areas of your site.  Develop a plan and work your plan.

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Last Updated on 07/24/99
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