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Website Design: The Basics. Once you zero in on the kind of the website you want, the next step obviously is designing it.

Website Design: The Basics

Figure out the pages you want on your site and what you need each of them to be. Once you have a purpose for each page, you can think of the information to be presented and the kind of layout that goes well with that. In UX design, this process is called wireframing. Wireframing brings out the essentials from the initial concept. It is meant to convert the idea into concrete information, presented visually for easy understanding. At its most basic level, wireframing can be just a simple sketch done with pen and paper. Okay then, let us deep-dive into the design process and see the steps involved. The Content What is the content that needs to be hosted? A personal blog is about your one passion turning into much more and hence requires a space to explore it. A blog page listing the posts you have written. Along with these, you will also need a couple of common-purpose pages: Layout of your website.

Why Mood Boards Matter. It has happened to everyone.

Why Mood Boards Matter

You spend countless hours producing a beautiful, pixel-perfect comp only to have it rejected by the client because it isn’t what they were envisioning in their mind’s eye. It’s the dreaded “I’ll know it when I see it” curse. You get sent back to the drawing board, your ego and the budget take a hit, and everyone is frustrated by the process. Style Tiles. Photoshop Etiquette: A Guide to Discernible Web Design. Home Page. Gskinner. Version Mobile et Version Desktop : Ça n existe pas ! J'entends tous les jours qu'une « version mobile n'est pas une option », sous entendu que l'on souhaite créer une version de site pour mobile et une version de site pour desktop « en même temps » et derrière la même adresse.

Version Mobile et Version Desktop : Ça n existe pas !

J'entends aussi qu'il serait bien de s'occuper d'une « version tablette » pendant qu'on n'y est ! Pour réaliser cela, quoi de mieux que l'utilisation du Responsive Web Design ! Jusque là tout va bien me direz-vous ? Pas du tout.... Une « Version Desktop », c'est tactile ? Même si dans la théorie tout le monde croit se comprendre —avec des histoires de tailles—, je me sens contraint et forcer de faire du « Gloubi-boulga » quand j'utilise les spécifications imposées proposées par un Client ou pire parfois... par un Professionnel. La simple évocation de « Mobile VS Desktop » est une preuve flagrante de l'incompréhension total de la chose. Du Web adapté aux périphériques, c'est quoi ?

Car : On ne fait pas... Techniques Un chargement automatiquement de fichier lourd Technique. Agence de Marketing Web et Performance Numérique. LA TROP I Bière artisanale ensoleillée. Gimp et le Html - Infographie sous Linux ... Affinity. We’ve got some very exciting news to share today—we are going to be launching Affinity on Windows later in the year!


We have to be honest—we’ve been working on this for some time now, but because of the technical challenges involved we have been reluctant to commit to any definite schedule. However, development has gone a lot better than expected. We now have an Alpha build of Affinity Designer running on Windows which is very nearly feature complete—and we are expecting to be able to put that to a public beta in as little as 2-3 months time. Should you run a Windows set up and want to be one of the first to check it out you can put your name down for the free beta now—it’s open to everyone. Even if you are exclusively a Mac user we hope you agree this is a positive step. Head of Windows Development Mark Ingram using Designer on a Surface Affinity Photo on Windows (still missing a couple of personas!)

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