Great designers often have to work with constraints when they’re doing client work. Even if they’re given a lot of creative freedom, the work needs to be on-brand, and while they’re able to add their own personal touch to it, it needs to be unmistakably more about the company than the designer.
The World Wide Web could be considered a digital copy of your local mall in some ways: every season, the shops change their displays, changing to a more fashionable design in keeping the current trends. In the continuous war on bad graphics and pointless content, today’s websites update at an ever-increasing rate, sending unchanged sites…
Even the best designers sometimes need help in the inspiration department. Luckily, there is a plethora of websites that feature amazing design. Ranging from print to email campaigns to websites to packaging, using these websites as design references can help get your creative juices flowing.
Starting a career in web or graphic design can be quite expensive, especially when you look at the price of all of those must-have design programs and resources.
As a part of a talented website design team, it has been my luck to work on more than my share of large enterprise, corporate and ecommerce websites. The larger a website is, the more are the chances of one’s making costly mistakes.
There was a time when having a website for your company was optional. Today it’s more important that bill boards, television commercials and an ad campaign combined!
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Web designers who use mobile apps and design sites are quickly gaining an edge over their non-mobile-using competition. With the population constantly connected to their devices, it is no wonder more and more designers are using mobile apps—and you should too.
What do you think about web design styles? Do you study them in order to make use of the best features? Do you track all latest design trends to keep your knowledge up to date?