The web design industry is constantly trending towards modernity – enhancing online interactions, streamlining layouts, and improving the way information is presented to users. These 2015 web design trends are always important to stay on top of, both for web designers and digital marketers, as well as business owners. Since web design is a visual […]
The home page is your company’s face to the world. It doesn’t make a difference if it’s your business or a personal website. It’s the first impression to your visitors, why not make it a good one? More so then ever potential clients will look at your company’s website before doing business with you.
When it comes to web design, you want your website to be an effective communicator, correct? That means having your information clear and precise. The statement “Don’t make me think” refers to your website structure and how easily and quickly your audience draws needed information from your site. This should be a simple process for your audience or they may get impatient and leave, or get the wrong impression about your site.
A while back a potential client asked me, "Why should I use CSS?" I realized at that moment that while those of us who work with HTML and CSS on a daily basis are intimately familiar with the benefits, many are not. If you are one of those not aware of the full benefits of CSS this article will help you understand why so many people are switching to CSS.