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While searching for the right web designer it is important to have a clear idea of what the role your new website will fill.
Finding the right web designer can be difficult so I have listed a few useful questions which you can ask while on your search...
Hiring someone to build or promote your website costs considerably more than building it yourself, but it can be a good way to quickly get your site online and start doing business, especially if the site you intend to build is relatively complex or you need to implement an e-commerce solution...
While it may seem like a "quick and easy" task, defining the navigation structure and organization of your intranet site will be one of the most challenging tasks you will face in the course of your project. Doing it well, is also one of the most critical success factors...
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Writing effective web copy begins with an understanding of what the goals of your web site are. Are you trying to get your visitors to purchase something or have them sign up for your newsletter?...
Express yourself to the world with a dazzling website having professonal combination of color and images with an opening animation. Get your own URL in web and show it up to the rest of the world...
These tips are just a guideline, don't stick religiously to them. Some may apply to your site others may not. I know I don't tend to bother with number 9, unless im making a commercial site! 1. Consistency Colour schemes, page layout, font type & size should all be consistent throughout you...
Don't worry about the content. Let's assume that you have already got something to show and we're now going to arrange all this fast and correctly. For myself, I chose the sexiest image of a portfolio - the shape of a notebook. You are free to create and contrive for your own pleasure though:
Basically discusses the importance of using semantics in your websites, and goes over the benefits.
The article discusses about the importance of having a professionally designed logo for any business, points out the ineffectiveness of an amateur design and the impact of a professionally designed logo on the customers.