Hello & Welcome to Week 10 of Rachael’s blog. This week’s blog will be an introduction into the differences between mobile and desktop web design – Usability is different when you’re designing for use on a mobile device. Although the basic principles are still the same, there are some significant differences about mobile that make […]
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Hello & Welcome to Week 9 of Rachael’s Blog. As discussed in previous blogs, there are many different moving parts that go into creating a website. If you are someone who recently graduated from college like me, or just someone who is trying to learn more about web design and development, I invite you to […]
Hello everyone and Welcome to week 8 of Rachael’s Blog! Last week was focused on how to design the homepage of a website. This week we will switch gears and focus on how usability testing can assist web designers in designing a website that is best suited for users. When it comes to Web Design, […]
Hello everyone & Welcome to week 7 of Rachael’s blog! Last week was focused on how to design navigation, and what to consider when designing navigation. This week will be focused on how to design the homepage of a website. The home page is one of the most important parts of a website. Everything on […]
So you own an eCommerce store and your website feels slow. Who do you contact to make your website faster? Can you call Shopify? How about Miva? Both of those companies will likely refer you to a web developer like us, Ventura Web Design & Marketing. We will run the site speed audits and then […]
Hello everyone & Welcome to week 6 of Rachael’s blog! Last week was focused on how exactly to create more white space on a web page. This week will be focused on how to design navigation. Navigating your way through a website can be compared to navigating your way through a store like Walmart. When […]
Hi everyone & Welcome to week 5 of Rachael’s Blog! This week we will go over how to create more white space on a web page in order to create increased focus on the website’s objective. The main idea here is to get rid of any unnecessary words that may be present on the page. […]
Hello everyone & Welcome to week 4 of Rachael’s Blog! There has been a lot of speculation about how many “clicks” it should take a user to get to where they want on a web page. But in reality, it isn’t the amount of clicks that really matters, it’s the amount of thought that goes […]
Hello & welcome to week 3 of Rachael’s Blog! Last week we went into detail about the reality of a user’s web experience. Week 3 will focus on how to design a web page to make sure users see and understand as much of what they need to know – and of what you want […]
Hello and welcome to Week 2 of Rachael’s Blog! This week’s post will be based on the reality of what users take away from a web page. Last week we touched on two important concepts when it comes to taking a users web experience into consideration: users being able to understand a web page by […]