You have to understand that the website will constantly change. The website should always be built upon, updated, and adapted — new features, new website components, and new functionality.
This leads to a continuous cycle of improvements and investments to drive great business outcomes faster than the traditional website approach. As the business grows and changes, so should the website.
If you believe your website will reach a point of “finished,” then the modular approach might not be right for your business.
As we mentioned earlier, modular web design involves many moving parts. A content management system that provides flexibility, reusability, and scalability is required for a modular website. Other tools for website behavior tracking, analytics, asset management, and performance should be accounted for.
In addition to the tech stack required, ongoing support from an internal team or digital web agency is needed to support the iterative process. You’ll need a team experienced with all disciplines involved in building a modular website and can tend to all ongoing requirements.
Perfection doesn't exist when it comes to website products. What does is the idea of continuously improving the website by adding new features on an attainable cadence as long as resources allow.
As industries and markets shift, companies must think about crafting and launching new web experiences to stay ahead of the curve. Get ready to give the website ongoing attention to build new web experiences faster than the traditional approach.
Put an end to the days when traditional web design was acceptable. Start thinking about your website as a product of independent parts that are interchangeable, and start creating endless possibilities with modular web design.
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