This video talks about some creative choices you can make in keeping with web-design best practices. In this video I referenced http://www.thefwa.com
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Thanks for the great tips n tricks from 2013 still seems super relevant today :)
Awesome. Thank you for sharing. Nice Video!
Much like fashion, web designing is also changing constantly . that is why we need to be always on the lookout on the modern best practices, experienced and functional. Great video Mr. Shawn!
Thanks man…find useful…
I think this is a very useful video, there are a lot of steps and research that needs to be done before even opening photoshop, not to say also dreamveawer and others… Thank you very much sir!
Shawn what is this thing called that you are using and is it free???
Very informative, thank you!
Thank you for explaining the concept and connection.
Man you are too good…Shawn Barry.. i would like to thank you in my local Nigerian Slang…. "YOU SABI WORK & YOUR TEETH CORRECT"…
+websitemedia customercare – not sure why I was unable to respond to your question, but there was no "reply" option. Anyway, what I prefer to use is whichever works best for what I'm doing. I bounce between them pretty often.
what do you prefer to use ? illustrator or photoshop ?
Very well explained!
Very informative and cool!
This is very helpful for layout. I recommend for users to go with an unboxed layout. Makes the website look more modern and for bigger screensizes, creates a much more fluid look. Great tutorial
Photoshop is really genius, imagine you create a web layout by just designing the prototype of your ideal website. Thanks for the tips!
Good tutorial! other than creativity consider interactivity. I suggest ideas from tamtam Tools. com if you are into websites.
Well said, and really glad the videos are helpful.
Hey Mark – the rules are pretty universal, which is to say, most creatives use them. They may call them something different, but it's the same idea. As you work in different studios, with other creatives, you'll start seeing these things pop up in other people's work, in conversation, etc. In a way, it's like "The rules of fight club". You have to be in fight club to hear them. You'll also discover the rules for yourself, and others will verify the rules when they see you using them. Make sense?