Here’s how they work deliberately to deliver a great web structure!
Step 1 – Research & Analysis
To ensure that the web structure is designed as per your expectations and deliver desired results, they would communicate with the client to know about their business, products, services, requirements and goals in detail. Based on which, they will perform a competitive analysis and prepare a document containing the further strategies including how the website should look like, what features must be there and how should it be designed etc.
Step 2 – Wireframes Designing
To pose a clear idea to the client and UI/UX designers about how the website would look like, the analysts would prepare a wireframe and prototype that will include a raw model of web design.
This model would later be designed by UI/UX Designers and HTML Designers.
Step 3 – Website Designing
At this stage, the graphics and UI team will prepare a visual look of the web structure deciding the basic style rules of each page in the website and deliver it to the web designers. The web designers will later develop it into the HTML form.
Step 4 – Development
Once the website design is ready, it will go to the developers at Vega Technologies where they would build and develop the required functional elements including the CMS Setup, Site Production, Database Setup, UI Design, Mapping & Implementation.
The unique and exclusive features of the website would be developed at this stage.
Step 5 – Testing
However, developers and designers test the website at each step to ensure minimal errors would remain at the final phase. And later, the testing team fixes those remaining errors too.
Once the website is bug free and working smoothly, it would be deployed to the live server.So, this is the process of delivering web designing services in Atlanta based company, Vega Technologies. If you’re looking for an web designing services in Atlanta, look no further and contact Vega Technologies.
Internally, this case supports Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, and ATX size motherboards with Tempered Glass Side Panel and LED Control Button, 1 x 120 mm ARGB Fan Rear Preinstalled. The NX400 will support up to 12.9-inch (330 mm) video cards, CPU heat sinks up to 6.7-inches, along with power supplies up to 6.7-inches as well. These dimensions will be able to support quite an array of GPUs, heat sinks, and power supplies too.
This gaming case effortlessly combines a bevy of in-demand features — (a) USB 3.0 connectivity, (b) Ample storage drive bays, (c) Room for expansion, and (d) Good cooling system which includes one ARGB LED fan in the rear. With help for up to a 360 mm fluid cooling radiator in front, NX400 is anything but difficult to work with and simple to cool. The exterior of the NX400 case is all black with a design element on the front panel designed for air intake. Antec gives you power and reset buttons, 3.5mm microphone and microphone ports, along with two USB 3.0 ports, and a single USB 2.0 port. Notwithstanding the standard passage, there is likewise a catch to control the front board's ARGB LEDs.
Like the others gaming cabinet this Antec NX400 Mid-tower ARGB Gaming Cabinet` Black has a very good fans and vents or perforated panels that allow air to flow through the cabinet (Fan Support: 3 x 120 mm / 2 x 140 mm Front, 2 x 120 mm / 2 x 140 mm Top, 1 x 120 mm / 1 x 140 mm Rear / Preinstalled Fan: 1 x 120 mm ARGB fan in rear). There are seven expansion slots total along with room for four 2.5-inch drives along with there is also space for two 3.5-inch and one 2.5-inch drives — the spaces are convertible. Materials are being used for this cabinet with SPCC and Plastic along with the Side Panel Tempered Glass. The Dimensions are also convenient (425 × 230 × 465 mm (DWH).
Like any other updated modern type video gaming cabinet this particular model has also some limitations, because no one is actually ultimatum. Beside one problem (have to use only extender cable), this gaming cabinet overall is best at this little price as no other this type of product can beat this in this price points.