You have some development work but no coding skills. You’ll look for a developer that has a reputation for doing high-quality work, right? You also need a developer that you can look upon as a
There are many reasons why a web designer should have a portfolio website, but it often happens that he is so busy helping his clients that he simply doesn’t have time to build his own
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As a designer, you will work on myriad of websites. Some would be business-centric while some could be e-commerce. Some you might have to spend hours working on while some would be quick and hassle-free.
Here’s the thing. You’re assigned to build a website for the creative agency you work for. Or for another creative agency. You already know what is needed to cause clients and customers to come to
As is true with most web designers, your techniques for creating quality websites are mostly self-taught. You try hard to keep up with the latest trends and techniques, and you also put significant effort into
Much of what you’ve learned as a web designer you taught yourself, and one approach you’ve probably taken, is that of acquainting yourself with the latest and most modern web design trends. These UI and
It’s not unusual for a Word Press theme to claim to be an easy one to work with. Some are, others are not. Most are somewhere in between. You often don’t know how easy a
Web designers don’t create websites from scratch anymore. Most of them use frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation; many utilize readymade UI kits, web templates, plugins, components and code snippets. But what should one start with?
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