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Web siteniz nasıl görünecek

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Web siten nasıl görünecek? Bu konu sitenizi kodlamaya başlamadan önce ''Web sitem hangi bilgileri sunacak?'',''Hangi renkleri ve yazı tiplerini kullanacağım?'' ve ''Web sitem ne yapacak?'' gibi konuları ele alarak web sitesi planlamasını ve tasarımını inceler.

Herşeyden önce: Planlama

Her ne yapacaksanız önce bazı fikirlere ihtiyacınız var.Siten tam olarak ne yapmalı? Bir web sitesi temel olarak herşeyi yapabilir, fakat ilk denemenizde işlemi basit tutmalısınız . İlk olarak bir başlık, bir resim ve birkaç paragraf içeren basit bir web sitesi oluşturacağız.

Başlangıç olarak bu sorulara cevap bulmalısınız: 

  1. Web siten ne hakkında? Köpekleri, Newyork'u ya da Pacman'i severmisiniz?
  2. Temada ne tür bilgiler sunuyorsun? Bir başlık ve birkaç paragraf yaz. Sayfanda göstermek istediğin resimi düşün.
  3. Basit ve ileri seviyede terimlerle Web siten nasıl görünecek? Arkaplan rengi ne olacak? Hangi yazı tipi uygun: resmi, çizgi film, kalın ya da ince? 

Not: Complex projects need detailed guidelines that go into all the details of colors, fonts, spacing between items on a page, appropriate writing style, and so on. This is sometimes called a design guide or a brand book, and you can see an example at the Firefox OS Guidelines.

Sketching out your design

Next, get a pen and paper and sketch out roughly how you want your site to look. For your first simple webpage, there's not much to sketch out, but you should get in the habit of doing this now. It really helps--you don't have to be a Van Gogh!

Note: Even on real, complex websites, the design teams usually start out with rough sketches on paper, and later on build digital mockups using a graphics editor or web technologies.

Web teams often include both a graphic designer and a user-experience (UX) designer. Graphic designers, obviously, put together the visuals of the website. UX designers have a somewhat more abstract role addressing how users will experience and interact with the website.

Choosing your assets

At this point, it's good to start putting together the content that will eventually appear on your webpage.

Text

You should still have your paragraphs and title from earlier. Keep these close by.

Theme color

To choose a color, go to the Color Picker and find a color you like. When you click on a color, you'll see a strange six-character code like #660066. That's called a hex(adecimal) code, and represents your color. Copy the code down somewhere safe for now.

Images

To choose an image, go to Google Images and search for something suitable.

  1. When you find the image you want, click on the image.
  2. Press the View image button.
  3. On the next page, right-click the image (Ctrl + click on a Mac), choose Save Image As..., and choose a safe place to save your image. Alternatively, copy the image's Web address from your browser's address bar for later use.

Note: Most images on the Web, including in Google Images, are copyrighted. To reduce your likelihood of violating copyright, you can use Google's license filter. Just 1) click on Search tools, then on 2) Usage rights:

Font

To choose a font:

  1. Go to Google Fonts and scroll down the list until you find one you like. You can also use the controls on the right to further filter the results.
  2. Click the "plus" (Add to) icon next to the font you want.
  3. Click the "* Family Selected" button in the panel at the bottom of the page ("*" depends on how many fonts you selected).
  4. In the popup box, you can see and copy the lines of code Google gives you into your text editor to save for later.

 

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