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Website Development and Search Engine Optimization- Finding a professional who will get you noticed

Website Development and Search Engine Optimization- Finding a professional who will get you noticed | Website-designers | Scoop.it

We are specialised #web #designers that have over 15 years experience in website development,we also specialise in #website #redesign, #website #optimisation, Database Programming,e-commerce solutions and #Internet #marketing.

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80 Inspirational Design Portfolios to Bump Up Your Creativity

80 Inspirational Design Portfolios to Bump Up Your Creativity | Website-designers | Scoop.it
The age of information remains fiercely competitive. You have to raise the bar over and over again to keep visitors interested to come back your website. In these efforts, a few designers stood out of the crowd.

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Important Question That You Should Ask Your Website Designer

Important Question That You Should Ask Your Website Designer | Website-designers | Scoop.it
Website designers can be hired locally or remotely. If you type the term *http://www.viziononline.co.uk/* on the search engine like Google, Yahoo, Bing. It will generate hundreds of thousands of name...
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Creative Design Tools for Non-Designers - 'Net Features - Website Magazine

Creative Design Tools for Non-Designers - 'Net Features - Website Magazine | Website-designers | Scoop.it

Face it; you're not a Web designer. You may try your digital best, but hey, you've never been trained in the art of virtual aesthetics. But that’s okay, because we can't all be Web Van Gogh's. However, for those of us that run websites and don’t have a dedicated design team to allocate work to, it's still necessary to participate in the design process, from wireframing to reviewing, and all those little tweaks along the way.

Luckily, there are plenty of great creative design tools available on the Web that are easy enough that any non-designer can use them. Check out the list below to see if there’s something that can help you look like you play a designer on the Web.


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marketingIO's curator insight, April 12, 2013 7:01 AM

GREAT collection of 19 design tools for the non-designer, from video to wireframing to banners. This is a must if you want to (occasionally) sidestep your designer. The 19 are linked with a brief description


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Tim Brown's curator insight, April 20, 2013 10:06 AM

Professional website and graphic design. #webdesign, #graphicdesign, #websitedesign, Website: www.tabdesign.co, Email: tim@tabdesign.co

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21 Examples of Pricing Pages in Web Design | Inspiration #websitedesign

21 Examples of Pricing Pages in Web Design | Inspiration #websitedesign | Website-designers | Scoop.it

We are always talking about clean and minimal designs, designs that are simple and effective, and lately, we are also talking a lot about the new trendy flat designs. So why it is so difficult to find a “pricing page” that is well designed? If designers are taking websites to a next level where usability and beauty are combined to deliver awesomeness, why when you go from a homepage to a pricing page you feel like you are entering a totally different website? Designers should pay more attention to this specific page, specially if they want better conversion rates.

 

It doesn’t matter if you are developing a website for a restaurant, a service provider or something else that may require periodical payments, you need to put a lot thought into the pricing portion of the site. First of all, you want to show the pricing menu in a clear way so that users don’t need to search for it. Second, if the homepage looks amazing, do the same with the pricing page so it’s obvious to the user that you care about your product. Third, remember to be clear and provide the important information your users need to know. Avoid small letters and confusing data.


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