A prerequisite for designing the website is identifying the visitors of the website and making clear the main reasons for launching the website.
After the above mentioned step, we enter the second step of launching the project of designing the website. In this stage, we use the documents gathered in the previous step to design the main structure and the map of the website. Having a list of the menus and submenus and the nature and function of each, we can arrive at the constructional map of the design of the website. Having access to the map of the website and the nature and function of the different parts, and also with the information about the visitors and users gathered during the first and the second stages of the process, now is the time to prepare the graphical and architectural maps of the website along with its constructional map. This stage, which is called the graphic design phase, is one of the most important stages in the development of the website.
Identifying the social stance of the visitors, studying the knowledge level of the users, investigation of users’ access to the internet and also making use of new methods to fulfill the needs in the website will all contribute to our final objective which consists of designing a successful, well-known, functional and highly productive website. During the designing of the website, any neglect of the needs of the users will harm the process in a way that may be impossible to make up for.