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Industry & Vertical Market

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Purposing web design is a complex, but essential ongoing activity. Before creating and uploading a website, it is important to take the time to plan exactly what is needed in the website. Thoroughly considering the audience or target market, as well as defining the purpose and deciding what content will be developed, are extremely important.

Industry Web Design

What do we mean by Industry Web Design? Quite simply, design by industry.

We have quite a bit of experience when it comes to specific industries.

We can help you build a platform to stand your business on that can be upgraded, downgraded, or modified in anyway you could imagine.

Vertical Market Web Design

The best part about design services for any vertical market is that there is thousands of applications already written.

Factoring in the security programming that Zio Inc. can provide, bundled with our uncanny ability to build quality mass marketed sites that flow with your business instead of creating an eye sour like some companies.

We can easily take any vertical market business idea and turn it into a cash cow for your business.

Because of the market share of modern browsers (depending on your target market), the compatibility of your website with the viewers is restricted. For instance, a website that is designed for the majority of websurfers will be limited to the use of valid XHTML 1.0 Strict or older, Cascading Style Sheets Level 1, and 1024x768 display resolution. This is because Internet Explorer is not fully W3C standards compliant with the modularity of XHTML 1.1 and the majority of CSS beyond 1. A target market of more alternative browser (e.g. Firefox, Safari and Opera) users allow for more W3C compliance and thus a greater range of options for a web designer.

Another restriction on webpage design is the use of different image file formats. The majority of users can support GIF, JPEG, and PNG (with restrictions). Again Internet Explorer is the major restriction here, not fully supporting PNG's advanced transparency features, resulting in the GIF format still being the most widely used graphic file format for transparent images.

Many website incompatibilities go unnoticed by the designer and unreported by the users. The only way to be certain a website will work on a particular platform is to test it on that platform.
Some common examples of vertical markets:

    * Automotive
    * Banking
    * Consumer
    * Education
    * Energy
    * Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
    * Financial (Finance)
    * Food and beverage
    * Government
    * Healthcare
    * Insurance
    * Manufacturing
    * Media
    * Online
    * Real estate
    * Religion
    * Retail
    * Technology
    * Telecommunications
    * Transportation (Travel)

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