Navigation in Design

It’s important as a designer to think about who exactly you are creating your site for. What kind of consumer? What kind of audience? Some designers find it helpful to sketch out the characteristics  of the visitors of their site, what’s important to them, what are they there to achieve, and what might deter them from usingContinue reading “Navigation in Design”

Accessibility in Design

As designers its our job to think about making our products accessible to everyone, we should be thinking of ways of making our products accessible from the start which is what I’ll be discussing in this blog post When we create designs, we use several tools to communicate. One of the most obvious tools weContinue reading “Accessibility in Design”

Reviewing Designer VS Developer

The first post from Creative Review that I’ll be reviewing is “Designer vs Developer #20: How Chrome was designed 10 years ago”: In the post, Mustafa Kurtuldu (a Google Design Advocate) speaks to Darin Fisher (VP for Google Chrome) about the process of designing a web browser and the evolution of Chrome during its 10 yearsContinue reading “Reviewing Designer VS Developer”

Users First: The Objective of Content Strategy

In web production, an important goal is creating the best user experience (UX), a fundamental way of doing this is through content strategy. In this post, I’ll be explaining what content strategy is as well as the goals of content strategy. What is content strategy, you may be asking? Content strategy is an umbrella termContinue reading “Users First: The Objective of Content Strategy”

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