How to Write a Website Design Brief

At the very start of my career I worked in a digital agency. As a web developer I juggled several projects at once, and the agency as a whole had hundreds of clients on their books at any given time. Whilst this fast-paced environment offered me great opportunities for career growth, one of my biggest frustrations was never having enough time to truly understand the nature of the business of my clients.

Since then, I worked on the other side of the table too, selecting digital agencies to deliver web projects for large organisations. This experience taught me that finding … Read more >

Web Design Trends 2017

Good web design is crucial for making the right impression

First impressions are important… Presentable clothes, matching accessories, getting to meetings on time – it all matters. It shows people around you that you care.

Online, first impressions matter too. Website visitors make judgements about website credibility in as little as 50 milliseconds, and one in five website visitors will leave your website, not giving you a second chance.

Staying on top of the current trends makes it possible to create a website that will impress your audience, and will hold users attention for the first crucial 10 secondsRead more >

Adobe Creative Cloud is coming to a Web Designer near you

Adobe PhotoshopAdobe Creative Suite – including Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator – becomes a cloud-based subscription service.

As announced at Adobe MAX, the Creativity Conference, Adobe Creative Suite (CS) will now become a cloud-based service. Starting from June 2013, Adobe CS, which includes Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Premiere, will be available as a cloud, subscription-based service. This makes CS6 the last version of the Creative Suite – it remains available as a standalone product on a perpetual license basis to existing customers, but is already pulled from the market. The future products will be re-branded as … Read more >