Noetic Harbor thiết kế website cho dự án cosmo city

phát triển website cho dự án căn hộ cosmo city

Từ khi thành lập đến này, Noetic Harbor luôn là một đối tác tin cậy cho các khách hàng, đặc biệt là các khách hàng đến từ lĩnh vực bất động sản, và chủ đầu tư dự án căn hộ cosmo city quận 7 cũng không ngoại trừ, với sự tận tâm, chu đáo, cùng cách làm việc chuyên nghiệp, Noetic Harbor luôn mang đến cho khách hàng sự hài lòng tuyệt đối, website cosmo city là sự ra mắt tiền đề cho những dự án thành công sau này, các bạn có thể xem chi tiết website căn hộ cosmo city tại link sau: cosmocity.info

phát triển website cho dự án căn hộ cosmo city
Như các bạn đã biết, với các chủ đầu tư dự án bất động sản, hay các nhà môi giới căn hộ, việc đưa thông tin dự án, quảng bá dự án đến với khách hàng thì không thể thiếu một website đẹp, Noetic Harbor không chỉ thiết kế một website đẹp, mà chúng tôi còn thiết kế nên các website thân thiện với người dùng, load nhanh, chuẩn seo, tạo tỉ lệ chuyển đổi tốt, và đặc biệt chúng tôi còn tư vấn marketing cho khách hàng sau khi bàn giao website, dự án thiết kế website cosmo city là một dự án thành công, khi trang web đã tiếp cận được đến rất nhiều khách hàng tiềm năng, đặc biệt là các chủ đầu tư căn hộ tại quận 7, quận 1, nơi mà nhu cầu mua nhà để ở đang tăng vọt, website đã nêu rõ được các điểm mạng, tốt của dự án căn hộ cosmo city quận 7 này, nếu khách hàng nào quan tâm có thể đến để tham khảo dự án nhé, tại Số 99 đường Nguyễn Thị Thập, Quận 7, Tp HCM., Dự án nằm ngay mặt tiền đường Nguyễn Thị Thập – Con đường đông đúc, sầm uất nhất tại Quận 7. Với hệ thống giao thông hoàn chỉnh kết nối đến các vùng bằng các tuyến đường huyết mạch

Thêm một số thông tin về dự án căn hộ cosmo city quận 7:

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Nhận sơ đồ Căn hộ , chính sách thanh toán, các thông tin.
Ngoài ra Noetic Harbor còn phát triển rất nhiều website thành công khác

Chúng tôi cung cấp giải pháp toàn diện cho khách hàng:

Dịch vụ thiết kế website
Dịch vụ marketing online
Dịch vụ seo
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Liên hệ với chúng tôi:
Noetic Harbor, LLC – Phát triển website – Marketing toàn diện
Noeticharbor@outlook.com.vn
44 Nguyễn Văn Đậu, phường 6, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
ĐT: 028 3846 5022

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Philosophy

It’s really quite easy to spin up a website. According to Phil Greenspun, “nearly anyone can learn enough to build a website in about 22 minutes.” Markup language such as HTML are easy to learn and easy to copy from. There are many high-level application programs used to generate web pages, such as Microsoft’s FrontPage. But what comes out of such programs is often pretty ugly. Not only is the design that is visible to the user ugly, but the HTML code generated is what is known in the industry as “write-only code”. Don’t try to read or maintain it.

What Phil Greenspun doesn’t tell you is that it helps to have a M.I.T. engineering degree before sitting down for 22 minutes. (His whole book is online — see the sidebar reference). It’s like being an amateur doctor or an amateur lawyer. You can do it yourself, but do you really want to live with the results? To get outstanding results takes years of experience with a variety of tools. If you ask a high school student to take on your task at the bargain basement rate, you will get what you pay for.

Noetic Harbor designs websites for all four major browser categories. There are many browsers, but they have four common parents (Internet Explorer, Mozilla/Firefox, Safari, and Netscape/Gecko in order of popularity). You should not assume (as many people do) that once you develop a site for one browser it is going to work for all. We thoroughly test on all browsers. Another surprise is that your web page may look different on two different machines with the same browser. All combinations need to be considered.

To get “pixel perfect” graphics and aesthetically pleasing visual effects, you often need to be able to “tweak” the generated code that is produced by high-level applications programs. We spend the extra time necessary to make the small changes that transform an “okay” site into a remarkable site. Our websites are works of art tempered by engineering compromises.

Sites need to be promoted. It’s not like “Field of Dreams” where “if you build it … they will come.” Noetic Harbor will provide services to ensure other sites will link to yours to provide more visitors. We have found that you get a good return on investment from Google Adwords.

Some Basic Principles
Here are some principles that we use heavily in our work:

Do not use software and tools that you have to buy and cannot change. Instead use open source software.
Make sites work for all current popular browsers. Thoroughly test your designs.
Use the most advanced tools available. But do not use tools that are not supported on all popular browsers.
Make the navigation straightforward and transparent.
Make the graphics tasteful and supplementary to the content.
Use rotating photography and text to create continuing interest.
Show consistency throughout.
Provide fast loading of pages and a server that provides consistently good response times.
Help the client promote the website to draw traffic to it.
Work with the client to get them what they want.

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Design Portfolio

Design Portfolio
The best way to get an appreciation for the capabilities of Noetic Harbor, LLC is to look at some of the websites we have developed. This group of websites is meant to be representative of some of our work. For each category of sites we review some of the most salient features. To visit any of these sites click the thumbnails at the right. Some have sections that are password protected.

Sailing Classes
The J/105 is a 35 foot racing one-design class sailboat. The J/105 Class is an association of owners who have common interests in sailing the boat. This site has been in operation since 1996 and has been, in part, responsible for the feeling of community among the owners and the success of the Class. The webmaster posts articles on governance, racing results, and general news. There is a Forum where owners can post questions and get answers from other owners. This site supports a database of owners, search capability, RSS feeds, a shopping cart, and a weekly poll. We also have constructed similar sites for the J/80 and J/109 Classes. For the J/105 and J/109 there are also adjunct sites for Fleets within the Associations that we developed.

Student Financial Aid Administrators
We have designed and built sites for Financial Aid Administrators, including those from Massachusetts and Michigan. These are all membership sites featuring user-maintained content, mailing lists, photo albums, voting, and conference materials. We have also done five state College Goal Sunday sites (an organization that helps high school students fill out their required FAFSA forms). The states include AK, MA, ME, MS. They are each a bit different, but share the characteristic of having a Content Managment System that lets the administrators control the content and manage the volunteers.

Small Non-Profits
We have the Jewish Seniors and their housing adjunct, Tamarisk, RI. These both have been through several iterations, improving them over the years. The Tamarisk site features a Flash slideshow of photos of the facility. The Jewish Seniors site has multiple sections that can be updated with news, events, and photography by a webmaster who had limited computer skills to start out. These are among several sites that have email accounts with them. We have also helped with the Cub Scouts, a local MOMS Club, and two Homeowners. We have helped to maintain a site called DreasDream.org which is a non-profit chartitable organization.

Small Businesses
Among our oldest sites are Anchor Self Storage and Lighted Charts. The former is a self-storage company with locations in Wakefield, RI and Mashpee, MA. The latter is a home business making nautical charts that have LEDs that blink at the same frequence and color as the actual lights. Other small business sites that we designed include a yarn store in New Jersey. Another recent design addition has been Newman Dignan & Sheerar, Inc., a financial services firm in Providence, RI.

The Arts
Enrico Garzilli is an author, composer, scholar, organist, pianist, and teacher. We have developed sites for him and for his musical, Rage of the Heart. Both these sites are used to preview his music and the latter is also a vehicle for selling his CDs and viewing photography of recording sessions. We also developed the site for David Schock, a world renouned artist.

University Services
Gear UP Mississippi is a site that heralds services provided by the State of Mississippi. It was developed running on our server and then transitioned to their statewide IHL services running on their servers. We used outside design services to help us design this site and helped to transition it to IHL.

Other Sailing
At various times we have constructed sites for sailing regattas or sailing organizations. A site for J/Boat owners complements their primary site and went into operation since 2008. The most recent innovation to regatta sites has been to take registrations on-line using credit cards and allowing the organizer to monitor the entries. The first J/105 North Americans site was done in 2004. The Twenty Hundred Club was primarily designed by one of their own members, with a small amount of help from us.

Personal Sites
At various times we have designed sites for families and for selling boats or cars. In the case of the latter, these are short-lived sites that simplify the advertising of the boat or car and then they disappear after the item is sold. It is surprisingly inexpensive and efficient to sell this way.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

For those that are new to the web and web design, here are a few commonly-asked questions about websites as well as our technical and business practices. If you have a specific question you would like to see answered here, please let us know by clicking Contact Us on the left menu.

By clicking on the questions, the page will scroll to the answer.

General Questions
How does one get a domain name (URL)?
What is a subdomain?
How is a URL mapped to my content on a server?
How do I find out if a domain name is available?
What’s the deal with Spam?
Isn’t outsourcing offshore the way to go today?
Questions About Our Technical Practices
How can you help drive traffic to our website?
Do your websites support on-line payments directly to us?
What is your backup protocol?
Why doesn’t Noetic Harbor have its own servers?
How much bandwidth can do we get?
Can you do a re-design of an existing website?
I noticed a small version of your logo () in the Address Bar. Can we do that?
Questions About Our Business Practices
What do you charge? Why don’t you list your prices on your website?
How small or how big are the websites you build?
What are your billing practices? When are payments due?
How do you work with your clients?
I’m not from Rhode Island. Is it still possible to work with you?
Do you have a large backlog of work?
Do you have references?
Can you host a website that you do not design?
Can you design a website that you do not host?
Does Noetic Harbor require that a contract be written?
General Questions — Answered
How does one get a domain name (URL)?

A domain name is part of a Universal Resource Locator (URL) such as “http://noeticharbor.com”. Domain names are reserved for two or more years’ duration from a “registrar” such as Network Solutions, Inc. or GoDaddy. There are hundreds of registrars accredited to do business by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and Internet Council of Registrars (CORE). Domain names can be licensed for from $18 for two years to $75 for two years. The most common domain names end in .com (commercial), .net (internet related), .org (non-profits), .edu (educational), and .gov (government). Either you can obtain a domain name on your own or Noetic Harbor can help you with that. We register names through GoDaddy because of their good reputation and low price.

What is a subdomain?

A subdomain is the part that comes before the domain name. “www” is a common subdomain, but is not necessary if your site is set up properly. In “fleet1.j109.org”, the “fleet1” part is the subdomain. Once you have the domain name reserved, you can have as many subdomains as you want and they can act as independent websites.

How is a URL mapped to my content on a server?

First you use a browser (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox) to enter the URL. Your computer contacts a Domain Name Service (DNS) for the address of the corresponding server. Once your DNS is set up to reference a specific server machine (this may take 24-48 hours), there are routers all over the Internet that send your requests across the Internet for fulfillment. Often these requests take a half dozen or more hops to reach the final destination. On the return trip, the data takes just as many hops to return to the client machine to display the content.

How do I find out if a domain name is available?

Every registrar has a service to do this using a form you fill out with the name you are interested in. This is a so-called “WhoIs” query. We have provided this service with a form at the top of the right column for your convenience.

What’s the deal with Spam?

More than 90% of e-mail today is Spam (unwanted and unsolicited commercial solicitations). Almost everyone who has an e-mail address has one or more filters to prevent Spam from reaching their mailbox. Some corporations have taken steps to “outsource” their Spam controls. One problem comes when servers such as ours send out e-mail (e.g. we send passwords to members) that site visitors need, but that are considered SPAM because they come from a machine. This is called a “Type I” or “false positive” error. The filter thinks this is SPAM, but it is not. A “Type II” error is a “false negative” when a SPAM filter does not recognize SPAM and passes it along to you. Sometimes a user can “white list” a source of e-mail even though the filter would normally reject that mail. Or a user can look in a segregated mailbox for the missing e-mail. But if Spam controls are outsourced, this becomes increasingly harder to handle at a local level.

Isn’t outsourcing offshore the way to go today?

If you like to play Russian Roulette, you’ll love sending your web design work offshore. Yes, you can get it done cheaper in Rumania or Russia or India, but you’ll have trouble communicating. You’ll find that your sites have fractured grammar. And you may find the company you deal with is out of business in six months. It is very high risk to do this.

Questions About Our Technical Practices — Answered

How can you help to drive traffic to our website?

Traffic is generated in several ways. A general marketing campaign with print and other advertising is one way. Links from other sites is another way. Third, if your keywords are properly chosen and incorporated into your site, you can be referenced by search engines such as Google.com and Ask.com. There are also services that submit sites to search engines to improve your placement. Finally, there are other services such as AdWords that put paid advertising on search pages based on the keywords that a searcher uses. Noetic Harbor can help with all of these strategies. (See links on the right.)

Do your websites support on-line payments directly to us?

Yes. We can have money deposited into your account when a payment is made through the website. Since you, not Noetic Harbor, would have access to this account, you can have the funds moved to your checking account. The fee for this service (about 2-3%) goes directly to the service provider, but Noetic Harbor can set it up for you.

What is your backup protocol?

This is a very important question to ask when shopping for a hosting provider. We backup the databases and sites daily to the server and weekly to our local machines. In the case of a disaster such as a head crash, we can recover all but your most recent data.

Why doesn’t Noetic Harbor have its own servers?

In a sense we do have our own server, but it is a dedicated server leased from a “server farm”. This is better than having a server locally because of all the services provided by such a facility. These include a geographic location that has low incidences of natural disasters, and a site that has air conditioning, climate control, redundant access to the Internet, technical support 24x7x365, and disaster recovery personnel and services.

How much bandwidth can do we get?

Our largest sites are using about 1 GB per month. We have plenty of headroom for more, but if you expect to use more than that, we should be consulted first.

Can you do a re-design of an existing website?

Of course. As a matter of fact, more often than not we start from an existing site that needs to be improved.

I noticed your logo () in the Address Bar? Can we do that?

Of course. This is called a “favicon”. We have designed these for many of our clients.

Questions About Our Business Practices — Answered

What do you charge? Why don’t you list your prices on your website?

We could offer rules of thumb on cost per page, but we’d rather refer you to what other design companies charge (see the sidebar for examples). Each website is different in complexity. Depending on the quantity of specialized graphics, who provides the graphics, whether there is a database involved, or whether there is an administrative interface provided, the costs vary greatly. We can discuss your needs and give you a firm quotation if you know what you need.

How small or how big are the websites you build?
We have a large range. We have built sites with as few as a half dozen pages and as large as several hundred pages. See our portfolio page for examples.

What are your billing practices? When are payments due?
In general we request that 50% be paid up front, and 50% upon completion. We offer a 100% money back guarantee on our work if you are not satisfied for any reason up until delivery. If you are hosting with us, we charge a monthly fee (payable quarterly in advance) for hosting and routine maintenance. This is agreed upon before we accept a job.

How do you work with your clients?
We design a website together. The most common mode of operating is to design something on our server and have the client comment on it. There are things that he or she likes and things that he or she does not like. After several iterations, we home in on a final design. After a site is in operation, there are often small (sometimes large) modifications. Usually these are covered by the hosting and maintenance fees, but occasionally there are additional charges for upgrades.

I’m not from Rhode Island. Is it still possible to work with you?
We work with customers across the country. Some we have never met face-to-face. Others we have never even talked to on the telephone, but this is rare. The vast majority of our interaction with customers is through e-mail. Most clients can point us to other sites that they intend to emulate. This is very helpful in getting started on a plan. We have Skype and can videoconference if that is more reassuring.

Do you have a large backlog of work?
We are currently accepting new work.

Do you have references?
We have many references. Choose one or more sites from our portfolio and we will give you appropriate references. Please use the Contact Us page to request references.

Can you host a website that you do not design?
As a courtesy we host a small number of websites we did not design. But we are not in the hosting business and we are not seeking this business.

Can you design a website that you do not host?
It is much easier for us to design sites for our own server because it is set up with the tools that we use. We would consider doing a design and hosting it elsewhere, but we would have to discuss this.

Does Noetic Harbor require that a contract be written?
We do not require a contract be written, but if you need one from your end, we will help you with the wording. Normally, we write a proposal of what we will do for you that you approve before we start work.

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Tools

Tools
The difference between amateur web sites and professional web sites is largely determined by the skills and the tools of the developers. This page is meant to give an introduction to the many important tools and skills that Noetic Harbor, LLC brings to bear on web development projects.

Computers
We develop on both Macintoshes and PCs, and use both for testing purposes. The reason you need to test on both machines is that the browsers operate a little differently and have different features on the two machines. Text that fits in a box on a PC may not fit in the same box on a Macintosh. We host our sites on UNIX boxes so we need expertise in three classes of operating systems (MacOS, UNIX, and Windows).

Browsers
Internet Explorer is by far the most popular browser at the present time with almost 60% market share as of mid-2007. Firefox has moved up into second with 34%. Trailing far behind are Safari (Apple), Netscape Navigator, and Opera, each with under 2% of the market. It is important for your website to be viewed and tested in the current generation and previous generation of all popular browsers on both PCs and Macs.

Graphics
Adobe Photoshop is the tool of choice for manipulation of images, especially photographs, but it is heavyweight software. Adobe Illustrator is sometimes needed for graphic design, especially line drawings and logos. A program for Macs, GraphicConverter, is an excellent lightweight program for simple image manipulation and conversion from one image format to another. The equivalent program we use for Windows is Paint Shop Pro.

Animated Graphics
A rotating set of photographs or banner ads can be an effective tool for making a page interesting. We have done this with Macromedia Flash (now universally supported by browsers) or with JavaScript (see below). Animated gif images are tedious to build and are less frequently used in websites today.

Web Authoring
The vast majority of our design work for a site is done using a web authoring and management tool called Dreamweaver by Macromedia. This is an exception to our suggestion to use open source tools. Dreamweaver is better than the alternatives available and worth the price. Products such as FrontPage by Microsoft require special handling and generate non-compatible code. Therefore, they are not used on our sites and not allowed on our servers. More frequently we are now finding good designs in open source repositories such as Open Source Web Design.

XHTML, XML, and CSS
The Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) has taken over as the successor to HTML as the language that browsers understand. It has eliminated many of the ambiguities of HTML and has allowed content to be prepared for many more devices (such as mobile devices) apart from traditional computers. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a method of isolating the content of a website from the formatting. While we formerly used tables to position content, that technique has been denigrated to the use of style sheets. The web authoring tools go only so far in putting the finishing touches on a website. We use a text editor for the Macintosh called BBedit which understands the structure of XHTML and makes XHTML programs easier to edit. A program called … is used on our Windows machines.

Client Side Programming
“Client Side” is the computer where your users are running their browsers. JavaScript is the language of choice for Client Side Programming and is supported by all the major browsers. It allows the website designer to run programs on the remote machines that alter content. For example, you could have the page change based on dropdown selection boxes that are chosen on a form on the page. JavaScript has been evolving over time and the designer has to be careful about which browsers support which features.

Server Side Programming
“Server Side” is the computer where your pages actually reside and are “served” from. We use PHP (open source) for server side programming. PHP is more internet friendly and has largely replaced “CGI programming” using languages such as Perl and Tcl. It has great interfaces to databases. It is “lighter weight” and easier to use than either ASP or NetObjects Fusion (neither of which is open source).

Database
We use a lightweight open source database system called MySQL. It performs nearly all the SQL functions at a very low cost as compared to a database system such as Oracle. Not only does Oracle incur a heavy startup cost, but it requires a cadre of database experts to sustain it. MySQL is the perfect database system for almost any size website.

E-Commerce
Since the beginning, Noetic Harbor, LLC has had good success using PayPal. In the early days they had a few rough spots (particularly when they were first acquired by eBay), but now they offer many features and are easy to use without glitches. PayPal accepts all major credit cards, payments from foreign countries, provide shopping carts, e-mail payments, and excellent record keeping and accounting tools. They do not require you have a “merchant account” with a bank as many credit card services do. They have been adopted by over 100,000 sites and have become the E-Commerce provider of choice on many auction sites, such as eBay and Craig’s List. Other services, such as Cybercash, have been taken over by PayPal.

Hosting
We generally host all our sites, but do not provide hosting for sites that we do not develop. We have a dedicated server with RackAid in New York City. RackAid provides not only the infrastructure support for our server, but also provides systems support for any questions or problems that we haver. They provide the primary backup services, but, in addition, Noetic Harbor does daily backups of its sites and databases for even more redundancy.

Tools on the Web
We’re not shy about using free graphics, fonts, and tools that are offered on the web. For example there are graphics archives, font archives, banner generators, image manipulators, and search engine submission services which are free and available to all who know where they are.

 

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