There are many of elements that go into enhancing a web design project. Typography, new technologies and UX design patterns are only some of them. One the most powerful is illustrations and vector graphics. They can be handy in a broad range of applications. Remember the cliché, a picture is worth a thousand words? In using them, we designers are able to do more while spending less.
Illustrations are a good way to make a design unique and memorable. When they are used appropriately, users will associate them with your website, thus enhancing your brand. They also make the page more attractive, and draw attention to particular parts of the layout. They can also be informative or directive, such as to show steps in a process or how to use a service.
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As in the schoolyard, some children just do not play well with others. Some children are liars and some are tattle-tales. Some children just make up for having small penises with office power plays. That goes for some women I know, too!
Human resources or employee relations in any firm, large or small just wants the status quo and ignores what will rock the boat and injure only internal organs with no outward signs of beatings and that emotional scars can be given a mental bandage later on. Creatives are usually the targets, just as we were in the schoolyard. The bullies grew up and became marketing executives and salespeople and while they also grew fat and bald, they never lost the edge of insecurities that made them lash out at others to compensate for old drunken Uncle Touchy making them ashamed to be alive.
After taking pictures the next obvious step is to see the result. This is possible by making prints of Images.
When black-and-white photography was popular, enthusiasts of this hobby generally gave the exposed films to professional studios/laboratories, but sometimes they developed and printed them at home. This was so because photography, being a hobby, people enjoyed indulging in it and took pride in showing the results of their personal endeavors. With the advent of color photography, this hobby received a setback because, besides being much more elaborate and cumbersome, printing was more expensive and time consuming.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Win 1×3 Flash Templates had announced the three winners of premium Flash CMS templates powered by MotoCMS to InstantShift readers.
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One of the best ways to survey the evolution of Web design over a number of years is to compare different versions of websites. In other words, by comparing redesigned websites to their earlier incarnations, we become informed about new technologies, design trends and other things that emerged in the time between the two designs and the impact of these things on Web design.
In fact, the redesign process can do more than improve a website’s look and feel; it might be intended to enhance functionality, make the website more user-friendly, remove deficiencies or even change underlying concepts. Redesigning websites isn’t a frequently occurring process; designers usually do it when it’s necessary, which is usually every two or three years.