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Website Design Guidelines

Designing for a website that is responsive in nature does have some unique challenges inherent within the website. Several things that should be kept in mind when considering this approach are listed below. This is not meant to be a definitive set in stone approach but it is meant to be used a starting point on the beginning layout your website.

  1. Photos, graphics, artwork, etc. Remember that smartphone users are capped with data limits. Keep the photos, graphics, artwork, etc. down to a minimum size.
  2. Logos. You will need different size logos depending on the size of the device that is viewing your website. Three different sizes for the following are ideal: smartphone, tablet and a pc. The size can vary depending on your logo but we will work with you at this step to assure that your logo appears just as you want.
  3. Flash is no longer supported by Adobe on many smartphone devices. This does not mean that you can’t have video on your website. HTML 5 is now a new standard for many aspects of today’s website design. Web Designer SD can convert your flash to the new HTNL 5 standards and still be able to give your customers a rich multi-media experience.
  4. Responsive website design is fluid in nature. This means that when a browser window is resized the text in the body of a paragraph will move. In essence it will be fluid. This needs to be taken into account as the website is being laid out.

These are just several thoughts that need to be kept in mind as you approach the layout of your website. Web Designer SD will assist you and work with you as the design phase grows.

Contact Web Designer SD for more information on how we can help bring your website to the web!