Aesthetics in Design and Web

Aesthetically pleasing and good designs are vital to the web industry. They help communicate a mood, or a feeling that goes beyond the general content of the design. In the era of the internet and smartphones, design aesthetic has evolved to include other senses like hearing and touch.  Designs for the web should be fluid as it’s necessary now forContinue reading “Aesthetics in Design and Web”

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”

The Guide to an Efficient Workflow

When users try to learn more about the term web design workflow, you’ll find that most results you’ll find online focus on the entirety of the web design and development process, from researching and defining the extent of work, gathering content, mapping out and wireframing, to designing tips, production, types of testing, and advice for post launch site maintenance. While that informationContinue reading “The Guide to an Efficient Workflow”

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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