Focusing On Custom Website Design

When a website is designed with creative approaches, it will lead to more internet traffic and sales. The main focus on the design of custom websites is to keep the end-users in mind at all times. If the site is not user friendly, it will not be one that creates a pleasant experience.

Professional designs focus on visual displays and designs that identify with the business to connect with the target audience and entice them to purchase from the site. The users will want to return to the site repeatedly when the site is a good experience.

Highlighting the main message of the business is essential to getting the message across the site visitors. Since each site is unique as the business, it is important to have a tailored design to meet the goals and needs of the business with all effectiveness of the web design.

The site should be developed individually in the highest quality methods with coding for all businesses. From start to finish, the site should be constructed based on the business and all the demands it has for the website. Incorporating graphics into the site need to be from the individual business for a personal effect on the site viewers.

The site needs to be static and dynamic as well as compliant to all the needs of users for accessibility and remain in a uniform appearance. No matter what platform the users have, the website needs to be viewable and usable with the various browsers and operating systems. When a website lacks these features, sales are lost.

The importance of a user-friendly website is the main objective of designers. Professionals that are educated and trained in the latest technologies that are ever changing achieve this with custom web design.

When you want an outstanding custom website design, seek only a proven designer who is willing to work with your business every step of the way and after it is published on the internet.

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Over 1 Million Material Design Apps Available On The Google Play Store

More and more Android apps are finally adopting the Material Design guidelines that were put in place with the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop. These guidelines have been tweaked plenty of times since then and only recently made their way to smartwatches with the release of Material Design guidelines for Android Wear 2.0.

During Google I/O 2016, Google announced that there are now over 1 million apps in the Play Store that adhere to the Material Design guidelines. Matias Duarte, the man who started out his work with Holo UI introduced in Honeycomb/Ice Cream Sandwich, reminded us on Twitter of the milestone, a part he played in bringing Android UI into the 21st century.

The more apps are updated to follow Google’s new guidelines, the better experience users will have with a clean, single uniform UI. If you want to take a look at some of the best Android apps and games (some of which are shining examples of Material Design) I will be providing weekly updates with the best apps and resources, so stay tuned…

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