Plug and Play Web Design London

July 14th, 2014 — 12:26am

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What’s the Difference Between Fixed, Fluid, Adaptive, and Responsive Web Design?

June 15th, 2014 — 6:24pm

Online video Ranking: five / five

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Color Selection and Web Design

May 18th, 2014 — 12:27pm

Online video Ranking: 4 / five

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Web Designers: Start Thinking Like Web Design Agencies

April 20th, 2014 — 6:25am

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Web Design and Seo Company from New York – BigDropinc

March 23rd, 2014 — 12:23am

Online video Ranking: four / 5

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Responsive Web Design – Programming With Anthony

February 22nd, 2014 — 6:30pm

Video clip Ranking: 4 / five

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Latest trends of web design

February 19th, 2014 — 4:41pm

Change is the most inevitable part in any field. It is very necessary and also unavoidable in any field mainly web related tasks. Today there are huge numbers of technological innovations having technical advancement. Many of them are even introduced in the year 2013. Due to this fact, the number of viewers and spectators has increased.

Good designing of the website should be able to transform first time viewers into permanent customers. Web marketing, social networking sites are the knacks among the new web users, who have made the task of web designing simply imperative. Continue reading »

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Responsive Web Design

January 25th, 2014 — 12:45pm

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Choose the web design that fusions form with function

January 22nd, 2014 — 8:15pm

Which is greater in a web design, form or function? Almost all designers struggle with this question but what they should be siding up with are the users who ultimately would use the sites. They would not like a site that has great form but inadequate utility and vice versa. In fact form and function go hand in hand hence the designer should fuse both in a website design so that they complement each other.  If a great looking site is equally great in its functions then nothing better than that. Sometimes an average looking site due to its flawless functionalities could make up for what was lost in the aesthetics.

But this may not be the case if functionalities are not up to the mark, because the initial attraction would peter away once the user starts opening the pages. The argument would go on so a web design must go with the users and what they want. In that case both form and function should complement each other so that the user is at ease with the site.

Experienced web designers understand this and accordingly strike a balance between the two. The executing part of web design such as HTML, JavaScript, XML, CSS, Flash, Java, server capacity, browser compatibility are the easy phase of designing the website. The excellence of a website is only gauged by the qualities such as usability, aesthetics, compatibility and pleasing. The difference between a web designer and a web builder is that the later can build a website but the former would infuse life in it.

If a web designer has the user’s pulse in his finger tips then it is easy for him to design a website that would be well received by the delivery end. It is also advised to the website owners that they choose a designer who would design with the users in his mind.

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