Your web design is either effective or not and clearly, there is no room for a middle ground. To create a design that serves the purpose it is supposed to (read: is effective), it is imperative that you not only have the requisite skills but also know what not to do. Simply put, it comes down to two things:
Lets start with the first one, i.e. the skills you need:
While you are at it, make sure that you find out all there’s to know about responsive web design, which is often dubbed the latest advancement in this context.
Needless to say, there are other skills that may also come in handy. For instance, if you are good at typography, you can easily create an effective design. Likewise, if you have your way with motion graphics, you can contemplate enhancing the design.
Moving on, here’s what you should not do:
This is just a guide that can help you or any other website designer create a meaningful design within the specified time frame. Of course, there are other things that are equally important, if not more. Take navigation for instance; it should be easy to spot. Again, your colour scheme comes into play here. To conclude, a good or effective design is the result of the skills you use and the right things you DO.
A Website Designer is a blog by Dan Norris a passionate small business Web design expert from the Gold Coast, Australia. Read this full post here What It Takes To Create an Effective Website Design
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