Several new clients have been specifically asking about our workflow process lately, so we thought we'd put together an explanation in the following article.
Web design trends in 2020 have been abundant, due to this, we had to make a second part release. Topping up our list of trends seen in 2020, here in part two we dive into a further five web design trends we have seen making waves. You will want to consider adding these features to your website or at least know about them.
Let’s face it, you don’t want to be left behind when it comes to web design trends! A website that is unique, impactful and modern is not only going to stay in style for longer but also set the benchmark for those who follow. Here are the five most impactful web design trends we have seen in 2020 to keep your website both up to date and innovative.
3D websites are a visual sensation. What’s not to like about sharp, eye-catching, computer-generated graphics that make you feel like you're being pulled right inside the screen. Captivating and immersing an audience in virtual design, triggering a sense of realism. The start to what 3D in web design can provide and perhaps why you should consider it as a website design feature.
Any successful business will focus much of its efforts on reaching new clients. Because interactions with new customers will happen primarily online, a company website is one of the most valuable resources that a business can leverage to experience growth. In a world where conversion can happen as quickly as a click, businesses must invest in a site design that accurately and efficiently guides users towards their service or product.
When reaching out to us for the first time, many of our potential clients already have a detailed project brief. This typically includes a detailed description of their web design project, their business goals and clear functionality definitions. If you have a detailed brief for your project, that's great. Please send it over and we'll get back to you within a few days with an itemised proposal. However, if you're not sure what to include, here's a general list that might help get you started...
Allow me to jump straight to the point: it's a very good idea to encrypt your website with the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol without delay. Google recently stated that from October 2017, Google Chrome users will see a "NOT SECURE" warning when they submit data on any form on a non-SSL secured webpage.
Current web trends and standards is something that every web or UX designer should continuously have their eye on. Read magazines. Follow relevant blogs. Network. Attend meetups. I know it's a big ask to stay on top of everything, but something to consider nonetheless if you plan to stand out in your work!
Working as a web designer for an agency is pretty straightforward. A set salary will arrive in your bank account each month. You will have set working hours. You don’t have to worry about finding new clients. The agency does all that for you. You just need to clock in, perform your duties and clock off. Becoming a freelance web designer in Berlin is quite different.