After the web designer presents the architecture of a web, or wireframe, the customer to give approval, the next step is to determine the look and tone of the web using color and graphics. This section will demonstrate how to keep this process as simple as possible, both for us and for the customer. I believe in the KISS (keep it simple, stupid) philosophy.
There are two reasons for using this tactic: First, life is complicated enough as it is; second, a simple plan also helps maintain a more accessible and usable Web for all involved. In this section, you should do the following:
- Determine the typeface for headings, subheads and body copy, along with other typographic elements.
- Plan different color combinations for the web design.
- Create an outline for the customer to decide the color and graphics of the web design.
- Think of how to test the web design before putting it active.
One of the first steps to end web design is to choose the fonts that you will be using throughout the website. Many studies have shown that a variety of fonts on a website can confuse the reader. Moreover, a web design that uses only one font for all may seem bland.
Although the color and composition are very attractive to the web designer, you must also take into account other design elements. Typography, images and the possibility of incorporating the needs of a client regarding advertising and financing are important elements in the website designing. The demands a web designer to satisfy the desires of a customer, meet the needs of readers who ask websites accessible and usable, and yet create a great design can seem overwhelming at times.
Moreover, progress towards a more compatible environment and an interesting new era of web functionality can prove to be an interesting for web designers challenge today. Website designers have to think that have not yet been thirty years since home computers began to be widely available in the retail market. Think what you can bring the next decade for the website design who is interested in keeping abreast of all changes.