What is web design?
What is website design? Actually, web design is probably one of the more controversial terms in web development. The reason for this is that no one has actually agreed on a proper definition of it, making it all the more confusing and difficult to understand. So what exactly is website design? What do those words really mean? What we can attempt to distill from their definitions are these two things:
Website design is basically just a fancy way of saying the act or process of designing websites/web pages in order to make them functional and aesthetically pleasing so as to convert visitors into paying customers or members/subscribers. It also refers to using colors, fonts, graphics, photos etc. (henceforth referred to simply as “elements”) with layout and size being a key factor in making the website usable, navigable and attractive to its visitors.
Areas where I can help?
Stand out from the crowd
Pushing the customer to the correct direction is a positive thing. This is definitely true if you are in e-commerce. What can you do if your products demand this kind of treatment?
The right content
People searches at Google are made everyday by people like us who need answers and solutions for different problems on different topics. The first step towards getting started is making sure that you have chosen the right words to describe your website.
Responsive web design
Responsive web design is becoming the norm for all new websites because it’s flexible and modern, however there is a whole host of things to consider before making your website responsive.
Images and identity
A web page or a website is basically just a collection of usually pre-written words that give a company or website identity; it may also consist of images (photos or logos,) graphics, videos and more written words. It’s getting the right ones that really matters.
The most common questions people have about web design
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