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Continuing our mini-series on basic web design tips & principles...

Page Layout : Remember that a Western reader will scan the page from the top-left, down to the bottom-right. Therefore, reading and text starting points should flow naturally in this direction, with the bottom-right corner reserved for your 'call to action' (CTA) - as this is where the reading will stop, and a decision needs to be made what to do next (Hint: Click on our information request or offer button!)...

08-Sep-2015 06:30Read More...

Web Design Tips & Principles (Part 2)

In this mini-series, we want to quickly cover some basic do's and don'ts of effective web design...

A lot of these are common sense, and some are just 'netiquette'. Others are standardised ways of doing things and will be what visitors 'expect' to see. By keeping to certain norms, you'll help create an intuitive environment where visitors feel welcome and at home.

All these tips exist, not to hinder your creativity, but to give you the short-cuts to years of experience and commercial understanding...

04-Sep-2015 09:00Read More...

Web Design Tips & Principles (Part 1)

The term 'Web Designer' is possibly one of the most over-used yet misunderstood labels...

The web industry incorporates many different facets, and most of these are actually quite different in scope - and shouldn’t be bundled under the ‘Web Designer’ heading.

Essentially, there are three main aspects to the web industry; the creative element, the technical process, and the marketing & business side. To the average person in the street, a web designer is someone who designs the look and feel of a website. And many people will consider a web designer to be a form of graphic artist. But in actuality, the lines are becoming increasingly blurred between the technical and creative side, as both are so intertwined...

01-Sep-2015 09:00Read More...

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