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Using large photos in web design creates a positive impression and builds an emotional connection with the viewer while portraying the sites message loud and clear. It communicates us to a higher level that makes your website stand out from the range of the common ones.
Building a website for College and Universities is indeed a huge challenge. Education sites provide information to the students, parents, teachers, and to prospective students. They can also be a channel to the school’s intranet and the public face for both academics and athletics.
We have seen various impressive logo designs today. But did you know that even the simplest logo takes a whole lot of time and improvement before it is displayed in the public?
Responsive web design started out as a trend but today it is becoming so popular and there is no chance that it is going anywhere anytime soon.
In the designer’s world, we often used different terminology like fluid, fixed, adaptive, and responsive. Lately, the word responsive and adaptive has been a hot topic for many web designers.
Being a web designer requires a lot of creativity in your field, utmost persistence, and knowledge of different tools suited for different projects.
If you are new to building websites then you need to have a better understanding on the different sectioning elements that you will be applying to your website.
Typography has come a long way since it was first used. Today, designers have a wide range of resources to make web pages come to life through stunning typography.
Broken link building is an old-aged technique that only few businesses make use of. However, this method is highly scalable and has the ability to attract links from high quality sites. If you are not using broken link building, then you may have missed many link opportunities.