Communication is important. Hence, we are developing DebugMe. In a relationship, in traffic, at work. The more closely you deal with someone, the more important it becomes. And the more difficult it is. Stress, important and hurried decisions, snotty clients and less than understanding bosses don’t help, and if you don’t have at least one of those, I envy you for your job.
As far as web development and design goes, if you work in the field, you are probably well familiar with the communication issues that can arise. Often with no malicious intent, one or two misunderstandings can have huge ramifications a little down the road. Now, just complaining about communicative difficulties won’t improve anything, it’ll only make it worse by causing ill will on both sides.
So, here’s some steps to improve the communication and collaboration between developers and designers.
When it comes to a website redesign the first thing that should come to mind is UI and UX design as they are operationally what web design is. When talking about a website redesign, the most important facet of ANY website is to allow any relevant visitor to find and interact with the information or content they need, without frustration; that is the UX design. Right behind that you want the quality of content to be high and the graphic design to be crisp and clean; that is the UI design. At the end of the day no matter how good a website looks, it is rendered almost useless if it doesn’t work. That is why UI and UX design are inseparable buddies and the core of a website redesign or even an initial design for that matter.
Learn the client, learn the market
Before you jump into creating a new design it is important to gather enough information to create a meaningful one, not just something that looks good to you. In website redesign, knowledge is power. The company’s website is for the target market and if it doesn’t resonate with them then the website redesign was a complete waste of time.
In our new series, we are going to interview digital professionals from front-end developer or UX designer to product owner. This entry is an interview with Kiwani Dolean, a Digital Designer from London, United Kingdom about life in abroad, creativity, design and more.
A well thought out, neatly designed website, represents half of the success of a company. The online market is a highly competitive area today and every wrong step can result in failure. That is why it is so important to think a couple of moves ahead. One of the biggest questions that a business owner faces is deciding between a freelancer or a design agency to handle the design needs of the product. This is a tricky question and hundreds of entrepreneurs keep asking it. If you are one of them, this article will shed some light on this never-ending dilemma.
Websites are the extensions of your company, a representation of your brand online. Keeping this identity is crucial in today’s commerce, so it only natural that you would like to present the best image of your company that cannot faltered or intimidated by competitors and rivals so easily. Good web design can do for your company more than you can imagine. It can mean the difference of inviting customers to look around and bounce off shortly, or invite customers and lead them to purchasing your products.
In this article, we will discuss four web design elements that are not only responsible for the working performance of the website, but are deciding factors for your store revenues and your company’s growth.