The website which I developed for Roberts Slater a while ago has undertaken a major update the last few weeks,…
When we start designing a website a creative undertakes visual storytelling and associates different types of images to a page to achieve the desired results for the customer.
The web browser is probably the most important and most used applications on your desktop PC, tablet or smartphone, but why should you keep it updated if it serves it’s purpose of browsing the Internet? Would you know what version you’re using and any possible security risks associated with it? What about compatibility issues with your favourite website – are you achieving the optimum experience possible?
Being a designer each project I work on can vary based on specification, budget and time restriction, but here are 10 simple stages I’ve put together to achieve a successful website launch or even a major overhaul of your existing site. It’s important to remember that these are only guidelines on how I help guide clients through the web design process – there may be specific requirements that need to be tailored to your workflow strategy.
A question I get asked quite a lot by visitors and customers is “What could you do with my website? Could it be improved in any way?” Well some of them have the potential to be great sites but lack the basic disciplines to really succeed online.
Over the last few months you may have heard a few buzzwords floating around the web design industry, some a little difficult to understand, some just baffling.
A while ago I received an unwelcome letter through the post from Getty Images informing me that I’d used one of their images for online promotional purposes.
As well as designing, I also develop and build sites and applications. Which leads on to the question many clients and colleagues have asked – how did you learn to code?
For a little inspiration for your next design project, there’s no finer site to take a look at than Awwwards.
I was approached a couple of months ago by a children’s author to help promote her current selection of published eBooks.