Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in Web Designing | Posted on 25-04-2012
The Usability of a website largely determines your business online success. If you take your online Business seriously, you would invest and money in testing the usability and performance of your site before make it Live. If your site visitors are happy they will be happy to become customer as well.
A Web Designer or site owner must always focus on getting a customer-centric. Web design as an alternative of focusing on their own personal benefit. While your site may have the most useful and engaging content, it will not get the desired response from the visitors. if they find it difficult to get to that content and read it. It is important to have a relevant theme for your web design so that only the targeted traffic reaches your site, gets to the desired information and takes a positive action on the site.
Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in Graphic Design, Web Designing | Posted on 09-01-2012
One of the most frustrating things for me within design is my seemingly misplaced sense of job title. What I just don’t get is why a web designer is different than a graphic designer? Other than the mediums being used, what is the real difference and what do multi-discipline designers like me refer to themselves as? The only solution that I have come up with so far is the title of Art Director, which while true in my case but is really just a way to avoid the problem. The title is also very vague towards those who know nothing about our industry. In the past I have even been asked if I work at a museum when I tell people what I do.
As a Designers and young experience, I think designers must follow and go through some website for such as ideas, latest trend and to know about clients and handle designs with clients. As that, we have to know how is client what they expecting and all so as a young designer we don’t have that much experience we can learn those things and much more from such websites smashing, mashble and there are lot of,
NETTUTS is a recently launched blog/tutorial site that provides “spoonfed web skills“. There are already plenty of useful and detailed tutorials that range from offloading static content to Amazon S3 to creating a beautiful tabbed content area using jQuery. NETTUTS is perfect for developers just starting out, since the tutorials are very thorough and in a “step by step” format. For more advanced developers, it’s an excellent source of inspiration and learning new techniques.