March 29th, 2013
Creating the perfect website isn’t easy, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience. Even if you have been creating websites for years, it can sometimes be difficult for you to spot out your own mistakes. However, you might notice the ugly blemishes that appear on other websites, and noticing these blemishes can help you make necessary changes with your own websites.
1. Sites that use clashing colors can be a real eyesore. Along with not looking professional, these sites can be extremely difficult to read. Since Read more…
September 21st, 2012
Everyone tries to design their own sites and many of them succeed. Usually these people succeed because they have studied the fundamentals of good design and no what they are doing. Some people even visit sites like CLEAR4gDEALS.com and take notes. Sites like that have it down packed – you know that they are selling you wireless internet and have all the information you can easily find with no distractions.
Below is a list of common web design tropes you should avoid:
1. Overly-elaborate animations. Lots of amateur designers think that their site will be more memorable with flash banners and elaborate animation transitions. However, all these bells and whistles serve to do is slow down the performance and bore the user.
2. Maze-like navigation. Some people think that making the user work to find the information will ensure that they enjoy the entire site. Unfortunately, internet users are very impatient and if they have to spend too much time searching for info, they will just look elsewhere.
3. Too much media. This isn’t to suggest you should have any videos or pictures. You should have plenty of both, but they should work with the content and blend without being jarring or stealing the focus.
July 7th, 2012
Designing the look and feel of a website is a process that takes more than a few minutes and often depends on the website’s audience and the content or services the site has to offer to its visitors as well.
Planning the Look of a Website
As a web designer, planning the layout of a website is a key factor in the overall outcome and look you will achieve. It is important to understand various grid methods of developing websites to keep all sections, headers, and text as lined up and even Read more…
July 5th, 2012
Web design is known as the skill of creating visual and interactive presentations of content. This is typically made up of hypertext or hypermedia that is conveyed to internet users by various web based mediums.
Web Design is the action of transforming visual ideas and needs into a working website. Web Design does not stop at being graphical design, information design, usability design or any other specific design. Web development for a specific website that also is in the category of Web Read more…
July 1st, 2012
If you’re looking for more visitors to see your webpage, you need to perfect it to the next level. Try these tips out to improve your webpage.
Get a Sleek Design
A clean and organized webpage is welcoming, especially if it has simple navigation. DO away with too much clutter and empty links. Keep it clean cut, yet trendy with its own original vibe.
In this age, using social media buttons on your site will work to your advantage. Put social media links on an upper corner or the footer of your site. This will help Read more…
June 28th, 2012
Building a website today is easier than it has ever been. With so many tools available, you virtually don’t have to do any work! The most important step in building your website is deciding on the domain name. The domain is what visitors will type into the address bar when wanting to go to your site. Many domain names are already taken up, so purchasing one immediately is imperative. The domain name has to do with what your website is offering. Making the domain name catchy is also a good way to have visitors remember Read more…
June 26th, 2012
Finding an HTML editor can seem like a very intimidating task for people new to HTML coding. The good news is that there are many free HTML editors that work well. Notepad ++ is a free HTML editor that keeps the simple notepad layout but has a user interface that provides much more information than the accessory that comes standard on many machines. Komodo Edit is a free version of Komodo IDE with just a few features taken out. Programmers Notepad is another free HTML editor that also carries coding Read more…