For many businesses, their website was an investment that took time and painstaking efforts to get right. After a headache to finally get their perfect site live, no company wants to hear it’s time for a website redesign. Much like moving house, businesses want to avoid all of the teething problems that come with an update. Besides, that would mean all their hard work was for nothing, right?
You’ve carefully crafted the content for your website, now it’s time to find the perfect images to represent your brand online. Where to start? Most websites incorporate a mixture of brand-owned images along with stock photos.
Almost every article about hiring the right web designer was written by a web designer.
Why? Because good web designers have invested in building their skill-set and their reputation. They know their trade and what makes for a positive experience between a client and a designer.
When an idea comes to mind to liven up your website, or to bring in a new element altogether, we want to see results immediately. You contact your web designer and tell them all the glorious ideas you have, the colors, the text you want, and possibly the font! The job of the website designer is to bring these ideas into reality, but unfortunately, this does take time.
When one thinks of “User Experience” their first thought is about the customer. While that works, you also need to consider yourself, the owner, possibly designer and overall webmaster of this domain.