August 26, 2015

    6 Web design mistakes (and how to correct them) – The Next Web

    By / August 26, 2015

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    6 Web design mistakes (and how to correct them)
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    However, as explained in Web Design for the Human Eye by UXPin, visual consistency is important and allows your users to easily flow from the top to the bottom of your site. The fix: Go back to some of your early designs and try to make small

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    Job Security Defined: Web Design

    By / August 24, 2015

    You may or may not realize it, but the world is utterly dependent on web design and development. From the website you are on right now, reading this article, to the apps you play on your phone — the underlying code that makes up these applications is ultimately one big group of high-level computer languages. By “high-level,” it is meant that these languages are more english-like and, therefore, more user-friendly and easy to adopt. So, great, it’s potentially easy to become a web designer… why should you care or even consider following in this course of action?

    There are a number of persuasive reasons to consider pursuing a career in web design. By far, the most primary reason for doing so is job security. A 2013 study published by DailyMail Online UK shows that over 570 new websites are published in an average minute (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2381188/Revealed-happens-just-ONE-minute-internet-216-000-photos-posted-278-000-Tweets-1-8m-Facebook-likes.html). This data is from 2013, so surely that amount has gone up since.

    Talk about earnings: According to a US News report (http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/web-developer), web designers are rather handsomely compensated for their efforts. Approximate median salaries of $63,000 per year are reported and high income levels reach into the six-figures. Considering this is a practice and skill that can largely be self-taught, it certainly should warrant some careful consideration among those looking to select a career path in their younger years.

    The key to becoming a successful web designer, should you endeavor to do so, is to be constantly in practice and study. If you are the type to enjoy rote repetitive patterns in your work and hate learning new skills and techniques, then possibly web design may not be suited for you. However, if you are the exploring and self-teaching type, a career in web-design and development may just be right up your alley. Check out valuable online learning tools such as Codecademy (www.codecademy.com) for an entirely free crash-course education in web design and development. Should you pass all of their courses with flying colors, you’ll then be near fully-equipped to pursue your own projects or interviews for positions with accredited web development firms.

    So, clearly, if you are searching for a profession that will last a long time, be in constant demand and earn you a rather handsome sum, web design is certainly a worthwhile option for consideration and study.…

    100 Top Web Design Companies Named by bestwebdesignagencies.com for August 2015 – MarketWatch

    By / August 14, 2015
    100 Top Web Design Companies Named by bestwebdesignagencies.com for August 2015
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    NAPLES, FL, Aug 14, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — The independent authority on web solutions, bestwebdesignagencies.com, has named their ratings of the 100 best web design agencies in the mobile development industry for the month of August …

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    One Hundred Top Web Design Firms Revealed in August 2015 by … – MarketWatch

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    NAPLES, FL, Aug 07, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — bestwebdesignagencies.com has named the one hundred best web design services for the month of August 2015. The rankings consist of mobile development solution providers which have years of …

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