Jun
12
2012

– Web Design – How can I be a good web design client?

Love the people who make this show possible: Go to YouEye.com to get a free user test. Join our Summer Skool on June 30 for a hands on “Iron Chef Style workshop” on UX & Web Design. Sign up at http Join our Inner Circle and get monthly coaching from Jose and Aure for your web design practice and projects. It’s only a month and it helps support the show. www.twiwebdesign.net Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow TWiWebDesign on Twitter: twitter.com Follow us on Google+ bit.ly The people who make it all possible: Chrometa – www.app.chrometa.com Youeye – http Our Media Partner: HOW Interactive Design – www.howinteractivedesign.com Our Education Partner The Skool – The Standard Process for your online business – www.theskoolrocks.com ———————————————————— In this episode we answer the question “How can I be a good web design client?” We will answer the following 3 questions: How do I find the right web designer or developer? How do I get the most out of my web designer or web developer How can I reach my business goals? Special Guests in this episode: Sherryl Anderson, Mike Gorman, Marvin Forte and Elysia Syriac ———————————————————— To Learn More www.theskoolrocks.com http teamtreehouse.com www.howdesignuniversity.com Join the Inner Circle: www.twiwebdesign.net Follow Jose on Twitter twitter.com

The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Vol. 2: More of the Best Themes, Trends and Styles in Website Design


Web Design Inspiration at a Glance

Volume 2 of The Web Designer’s Idea Book includes more than 650 new websites arranged thematically, so you can easily find inspiration for your work. Author Patrick McNeil, creator of the popular web design blog designmeltdown.com and author of the original bestselling Web Designer’s Idea Book, has cataloged thousands of sites, and showcases the latest and best examples in this book. The web is the most rapidly changing design medium, and this book offers an organized overview of what’s happening right now. Sites are categorized by type, design element, styles and themes, structural styles, and structural elements. This new volume also includes a helpful chapter explaining basic design principles and how they can be applied online. Whether you’re brainstorming with a coworker or explaining your ideas to a client, this book provides a powerful communication tool you can use to jump start your next project.

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