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Creativity breathes life into successful sites. However, creative ideas and solutions often resemble guessing – a dangerous business, I tell you. So what can designers do to convince the customer, in their obsession with the best intentions, and in their decisions that they are hard as a stone? The following exercises will help build a real dialogue with the customer and teach you to document it, and the client will remove the veil of fear of creativity and get involved in the process of creating your website.
SET CLEAR GOALS
Some people think that they know why they need a website, and they are fighting for the right to formulate clear and measurable goals. Ambiguous goals force a person to speculate, and speculations can lead to disappointment. Goals like “sell more of our products” or “become more popular” are blurred and send almost nowhere. Continue reading
Single-page websites are becoming popular and fashionable now – there is no doubt about it, although they are not suitable for every subject or organization. However, if done correctly, your project can be very successful.
When creating a landing page, as a rule, there is not a large amount and volume of content. You have only one page to deliver your message, and only a limited number of tricks and animations that you can use before the user loses interest. Continue reading
Redesign This single word can make any web designer and developer shudder. The impending danger in the form of constant revisions and improvements of the project, as well as shareholders with their indispensable “opinions”, immerse the site team into the abyss of despair (the more, the more redesign options are considered). But despite these realities, it is necessary to recognize: redesign is an integral part of the life cycle of any online resource. Continue reading