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We Love Webdesign Your Starter For Ten: 10 things never to leave out of a web design brief « Boagworld Digital Strategy: The estimated time to read this article is 11 minutes Brief writing really is a tricky skill to master. Some agencies like to receive a brief that gives a steer as to the feeling, tone and style of a creative project. There is no right and wrong way to draw up a brief, save for the fact that good briefs will provide clear and detailed guidance to an agency, and in doing so produce good results. Web projects in particular have peculiarities all of their own, and in my experience this is for two reasons. Firstly they are a hybrid of pure design and technology. The simple answer is you can’t. In no particular order, here are ten ‘ignore them at your peril’ tips that any relative novice to a web project ought never to exclude from a brief. As ever, we’d love to hear yours, so be sure to add them to the comments at the bottom of the page. 1. There really is no benefit in withholding something as crucial as this, and yet very often that is the case. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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4 rules for displaying error messages from a user experience perspective – Humanising Technology Outline In order to display error messages on forms, you need to consider the following four basic rules: The error message needs to be short and meaningfulThe placement of the message needs to be associated with the fieldThe message style needs to be separated from the style of the field labels and instructionsThe style of the error field needs to be different than the normal field By combining these four rules, it is possible to provide the necessary information to users where they have made mistakes on filling in forms and how to rectify them quickly and easily. This will encourage and help users to continue with their journey on the site; reduce basket abandonment; increase site registrations; increase enquiries about an application form and so forth. Introduction A typical interaction with many websites is filling in forms. The message The error message needs to be clear, precise, short and punchy. I know I was born in ’81 and I can verify it with my birth certificate. The placement
mint: design, art, fashion, and wedding blog by ellie snow 15 Best Free Online Tools for Web Design & Development You can find a tool for just about anything online, there’s only one problem: they cost money, and in some cases, lots of it! Many online tools offer a free basic package for anyone to use, but these packages are often strictly limited, rendering these tools practically useless until you stump up the cash. In most cases, however, there are free alternatives available, many of which are very, very good indeed. Below, you’ll find 15 Best Free Online Tools for Web Design and Development. No two tools listed below perform the same function; we’ve chosen our favorite tool for doing each job. 1. Redmine is a great, free alternative to other pricey project management apps available online. 2. Billing Boss is a fantastic, free invoicing tool, designed especially for small businesses and freelancers, which lets you send an unlimited number of invoices to an unlimited number of clients, quickly and easily. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. toggl 8. 9. mockingbird 10. kuler 11. 12. 13. 14. net2ftp 15.Pixlr 93 Comments
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Site storyboarding and design | Web Designer - Defining the internet through beautiful design CREATING A DESIGN for a website that successfully represents the subject matter or business in question is more than chance. When we embark on a new web design project it’s always very tempting to jump straight into creating visual mockups, defining navigation placement and colour schemes. This can work occasionally, and definitely adds a freshness to the final design, but as an approach it’s full of risks. As a professional web designer it’s better to take a structured, measured approach where you build a design solution after examining business objectives, user requirements and defining the informational layout; that is, how the information contained within the website will hang together. Author: Sam Hampton-Smith | Originally appeared in Issue 156 01 Gather information The first stage of any design project is to find out who you’re designing for. 02 Define your objectives Having determined who the website is going to represent, we need to establish what and who it’s for. 07 Reflect