Pinning down exactly what is meant by the term Web design can be difficult. At best we can see that Web design is a multidisciplinary pursuit that consists of five primary components: content, visuals, technology, delivery, and purpose.
Striking a fine balance between form and function, user and designer, content and task, and convention and innovation is the lofty goal of the Web designer. The good designer knows that scales should not tip too far one way or another and tries to avoid the absolutism of "correct" Web design. Yet not everything in the field of Web design is so abstract—many specifics can be found. Correct mastery of the technical medium and knowledge of various details and conventions are mandatory for aspiring Web practitioners.
When creating a web design, it’s critical to take the time to go through the necessary planning steps. At first, we communicate with our client to understand what all it is that they are wanting in their web design. We then define the project and create use cases. Following that, we do our research to ensure the most up to date application. We then build a prototype that gets the website into a user’s hands as quickly as possible so you can see how it works for the most common use case.
"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Design is knowing which ones to keep."
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