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With the rising need of having a digital presence in this modern world, more and more companies and businesses are looking to have their own website. With the increasing demand of websites comes the need for brilliant web designers. But what could a web designer do without an equally brilliant piece of technology where they could design equally great websites.
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As designers, we're accustomed to conceptualizing websites in terms of design structure - wireframes, whitespace, code, navigation, and so on - as well as in terms of content management. But before a design project can even reach that point, you and your team must create a project plan.
When it comes to Adobe Photoshop, you might be a beginner who is not much savvy about the Illustrator tool and the various unique ways it offers. Vectips offers a detailed discussion on the tips, tricks and the secrets of handling Adobe Illustrator.
Responsive designing is an essential feedback to the requirement for the websites to offer internet users through multiple devices in a scalable and efficient way. But something that you should note is that responsive designing has been pretty slow with catching up with e-commerce, with only 3% of the companies listed in IR500 utilizing an effective responsive explication for their mobile visitors and 65% using mobile-intensive websites for server-side adaptive HTML.
Before you can setup a website, you need a web host. With so many hosting companies out there, how do you know which one to choose? Even seasoned website designers and savvy digital marketers can have difficulty picking the right web host provider. Here are a handful of tips that will help make the choice easier.
It's no secret eCommerce is huge business these days, and this industry continues to grow. Of course, eCommerce is highly dependant on user expectations, trends and new technologies. If your eCommerce website is poorly designed and doesn't correspond with the customer's idea of how it's supposed to look and work, then your business is doomed.