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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tips to Make a Website Design

It is so common these days to have a website it’s clear that it must be possible to create your own. You can actually make a website in just minutes. All you need is some knowledge and word processing software that is included on most computers. For a really great website that is visually attractive and including useful content, you may need to put in a bit more time and effort.

Choosing to attend one of the high school or college courses that are being offered today is a good way to get experience using the different kinds of software used in website development. Often money or time constraints restrict your access to these programs, and you’ll find that attending classes can be quite beneficial.

If you read fairly well and also have the facility of learning things from written material, you can find all sorts of online sites which provide tutorials, instructions and the necessary applications for creating your website. Then, once you’ve finished designing it, you’ll have to locate a service for hosting it.

Even before you make a website, your research will demonstrate that several providers of web-hosting services are available to you on the internet once you finish creating your site. Some hosting services proclaim that they will host your website “for free.” This actually means that you won’t have to pay for their services, but you’ll probably have to host embedded pop-up or banner ads on your website even if you don’t support the products or the companies that advertise them.

If you’re technically savvy and you know enough about computers and network connections too, after you make a website, you may even host it on your own with your personal computer. Bandwidth is obviously limited to the size of the internet connection, so the site might load slowly if several users log on at once, but then, it’s possible to upgrade bandwidth too.


Colour Psychology in Web Design

Being aware that a handful of colours can lead to an emotional response is key to choosing the right colours for a site. knowing what colours have a calming effect and which cause feelings of excitement can make choosing a colour scheme very easy.

Colours can also be used to create contrast and attention to a design. this can direct users to certain parts of a webpage.

There’s a guide below to how some colours affect human emotions and perceptions.

Black is associated with power, refinement, riches and mystery. in designing for the web, it can be used effectively with bolder colours to create good contrast.

White is associated with cleanliness, simpleness, calm and purity. used on websites a lot, it can convey a sense of style and indicates that the content of the site is strong enough to stand alone without the any strong visual aid.

With connotations to lust, anger, fire and power, red, used sparingly, can be a great way to direct the user’s attention to a certain area.

Associated with feelings of cold, royalty, peace and air, blue is the best-used colour for corporate websites. Itcreates a very different reaction to red.

Green symbolises nature, environment, peace and luck. Green is a effective colour to use for a calming effect.

Representative of joy, happiness, warning and energy, yellow has a similar impact to red, although it is not as popular. to can be used to emphasise areas of a site. However, if it’s used too much, it can be an overpowering colour.

Stirring up feelings of style, modernism, fashion and refinement, grey is usually used on places that cover fashion, design and tech.

Purple is a blend of blue and red. it does have the highlights of red, but has more bold properties than blue. It stirs up images of royalty, religion and luxury. However, it isn’t a frequently used colour in designing websites.

Brown, particularly the the lighter end can be very soothing. Beige is also a popular colour in web design as it gives an earthy and relaxed feel. it might also mean tradition, poverty and mother earth.

Grey can be linked to elegance, innovation and the future. The paler side is similar to white in that it’s a great colour to use on a website’s background to build a sense of space and modernism.

Knowing about what colours symbolise and their subconscious power can be of great benefit when designing sites. by knowing about the target audience, designers can choosing colours thoughtfully which connect to the end user thus making the site look attractive and appealing. E-commerce sites can be improved by pointing the user in the direction of the purchase now button by drawing attention and creating contrast.


Know Basic Facts on Web Design

Get Your Web Site Up Sooner Rather than Later

So where do you begin? Obviously you need at least one website to get started, but can it be just that easy? The truth of the matter, is that some things that you will have to do are easy and other tasks will be somewhat more difficult. The first easy decision that you will have to make, is whether or not to throw your hat into the ring.

Dare to Dream Big

Remember the guys that decided to invest their meager savings into a crackpot plan to manufacture personal computers in their garage? No doubt, all of their neighbors had a good laugh out of that stupid plan. They all must have really fell out of their chairs laughing when they came up with the name “Apple” to put on every computer that no one was going to buy.

Basic Web Design Concepts

Your web site is going to represent you and your business interests online, so you are going to want to come up with some basic design features before you hand the concept over to a web designer to get started. A good reputable web design company will work with you on design decisions and wouldn’t have laughed at the computer geeks that named their compute company Apple.

Think Long Term

You must bear in mind, that your web site is going to have to be periodically upgraded and maintained to remain competitive. This means that you may be better served by doing business with a web design company that has a long standing, well established track record, rather than a “rip and run” freelancer that is here today and gone tomorrow.