The Robustness Principle
Designing websites can be a long and complicated process. Dealing with clients, designing prototypes, coding, programming, and testing – there’s a lot to keep track of and a lot to make sure gets done . That’s where checklists can make your life a whole lot easier. With lists of points covering multiple areas from content to usability to accessibility to standards, you’re a lot less likely to overlook important parts of a site. Below are 45 checklists to make your design process easier and more organized .
We tend to carefully create our HTML and CSS, and meticulously place every pixel to our designs. We plan exactly where our content should be placed on a particular site.
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When it comes to mobile application development, the debate surrounding native vs web is divisive to say the very least. On one side of the battlefield there are those who believe there's an adherent benefit to developing native applications optimised to fully take advantage of the capabilities specific devices and platforms (such as iOS) have to offer.
Mind Mapping & Diagrams
With the constant advancements that occur on various search engines’ algorithms, it is certain that the search and link game will be harder in the days/months/years to come compared to what it was like a decade ago. Search users’ behaviors tend to grow and change as these developments arise and being employed by search engines, which makes the online marketing space more competitive, especially when it comes to link building.
Now that you have a list of issues for each user group, you can decide how to get the best mileage in your presentations to your client. I have found two major approaches, depending on your mission.
At ZURB we tend to tackle big problems, both for clients and for our products like Notable and Verify . When you're up against a big problem it's easy to get stuck — you'll overthink the problem, spend days or weeks worrying about it and sketching out solution after solution.
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If you are anything like me you started designing on the web because you loved design, not because you wanted to be a project manager. Having met countless agency owners and freelancers it is abundantly clear that while project management is essential to the success of any web project most people struggle with the “best way” to go about it.
User interface design