The first thing that you must get familiar with when you think about bank websites is that you need to understand Website Design and Website Development are two different things. Imagine, your website as a physical building, then the design will be its surface usability and features. For example, wallpaper, carpet, light setups, etc. Web Development encircles the economical structure and functionality like plumbing, framework, electrical wiring, etc. Web Designers & Developers work side by side to make your banking website live and fully functional. In the earlier part of this topic, we discussed the fundamentals of a good responsive web design, and now we are going to share a few benefits of Web Development for the Banking sector.
While choosing a Web Developer, please ensure that the individual is familiar with W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards. The W3C aims to use the World Wide Web to its full potential with web development guidelines that facilitate long-term Web growth. The organization sets a foundation for exhibiting both current and future web-based technologies. By following these protocols and best practices, the web developer ensures the consistency of your bank website with the rest on the internet.
Quality Web Development protects your website from any potential hack attacks that involve malicious virus codes into your website and the user’s computer systems. This way, hackers could easily get access to your confidential information like bank account details, passwords, and social security numbers as well as a pre-programmed code that shuts down your entire bank website.
While your bank website design helps the users to fetch information, web development is something that makes it interactive and makes it lively. Let's understand this with a help of an example— the web designer is responsible for creating a button for the users to click and get access to online banking facilities, and on the other hand, the web developer puts the visual effects to work by codes using programming languages in conjunction with static images provided by the web designer.