Designing Websites, The Philosophy of Designing Web Sites in Kelowna

Designing websites and the philosophy when designing websites is best summed up with Albert Einstein’s famous quote: “Everything should be as simple as it is, but not simpler.”

Designing websites is an art of technical consideration which I am well versed in, and a web site is the finest form of advertising available today. Designing websites is the primary task which every web owner will be looking into as their first step to web success. Not everyone is a good designer. Designing websites is a passion for many people and myself. For over a decade now, designing websites and providing people with affordable solutions and real results for their goals and dreams.

An important factor when designing websites is keeping the website easy to navigate. It is no use spending countless hours in creating a website and visitors can not travel easily around the website or web pages.

Designing or re-designing websites is tougher than you might think. One tool that is often used for designing websites is mind-mapping. Mind mapping is a useful technique that improves the way you take notes, and supports and enhances your creative problem solving. A diagram can be used to represent words, ideas or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Mind maps are used to generate, structure and visualize ideas to organize and make decisions in designing websites.

The main goal when designing websites is to create the perfect site for each individual. My extensive background on the Internet and over 25 years of programming helps tremendously. Most website design companies do not think about your websites promotional capabilities after all designing websites is their “primary” concern.

Designing websites is a constant challenge for webmasters. One challenge is that web browsers are using many different screen resolutions. A really good idea, when designing websites, is to overlay your design on a real web browser. There are websites that you can visit to test your design and specify a browser size.

Colour psychology, and using yellow as an example in designing websites is an exciting way to make components stand out from the rest of the site, and the colour red is very evocative, which tends to bring a memory, mood, or images, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind. Designing websites is not solely about constructing something captivating. There must be reasoning supporting every single design connected choice.