Create a Visually Appealing Website
Web Design Services
Web Design is the act of planning and creating a visually appealing website. What colors will you use? How many elements will be a part of your site? Are you looking for something fun, serious or classy? We use this feedback to help create the framework of your new website.
Different from Web Development, Web Design is the act of planning and creating a visually appealing website. What colors will you use? How many elements will be a part of your site? Are you looking for something fun, serious or classy? That feedback will help us create the framework of what will eventually become your website. Some basic web design principles include:
No matter where you drive within the United States, federal highway signs are almost always white text (Highway Gothic) placed against a green background. No matter where you travel it’s always the same familiar signage. This type of consistency should be no different on your website. As your customer “travels” through your website, each page should be consistent and familiar to your brand.
These are design principles used to intentionally highlight or draw a user’s attention to a particular area of your site. Perhaps you want to advertise a new product or push a customer towards signing up for your monthly newsletter, the designer ensures these areas are carefully created to draw attention to the subject matter without becoming distracting. (For example most users will start with their mouse towards the top left of the page and gradually end up in the middle. Not dissimilar to reading)
It’s important that the designer creates a balanced website. This means using the perfect balance between darks and lights and proportioning everything correctly.
The Web Design Process
A web designer is an artist that takes the ideas in your mind and visually creates them on a “canvas.”
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