Being a ‘web designer’ has changed SO much over the years. There used to be a clear cut distinction between graphic designer, front-end developer and back-end developer. These days those lines are blurred and have crossed over more than at any other time. So how do you become great when you’re starting out? Continue reading
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I’ve finally had the chance to revisit my own website and update it.
I’ve used some very subtle CSS3 animations on the icons and buttons to highlight the calls-to-action in a way that it is obvious it will do something without it being too ‘in your face’.
I do like whitespace on websites so I’ve further improved each section of a page so the user flow is more seamless. The site is just as mobile responsive as it was before but the white space now makes it clearer and easier to view.
The top menu remains on the page as you navigate through the pages. It takes up little space and it again is just a simple thing that makes using the website that little bit easier.
Each page should be easier on the eye and easier to navigate. I’ve tried to keep my main calls-to-action in the same place on each page so again, each page should be familiar as you go from page to page.