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Webventory

Bloubergrant, Western Cape, South Africa

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Webventory

Bloubergrant, Western Cape, South Africa

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Graphic Designer, Digital Information, UI/UX. Crafting the future of digital experiences.

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Usability has always been of key importance in a successful website. Websites with an intuitive design, and with images and aspects that are pleasing to the eye are going to attract more customers than those without these features. A simple, intuitive, and functional navigation is another important feature to focus on.
Here are 11 essential characteristics of a user-friendly website:
1. Mobile Compatibility
2. Accessible to All Users
3. Well Planned Information Architecture
4. Well-Formatted Content That Is Easy to Scan
5. Fast Load Times
6. Browser Consistency
7. Effective Navigation
8. Good Error Handling
9. Valid Mark-Up & Clean Code
10. Contrasting Colour Scheme
11. Usable Forms

Describe your business in a few sentences.
Do you currently have a website? If so, what is/isn’t working for you?
What are your goals for this project?
Who is your target audience?
What specific features do you want on the site?
Who are your main competitors?
What makes you different from your competitors?
What’s the scope of the project?

Step 1. Gathering Information: Purpose, Main Goals, and Target Audience
Step 2. Planning: Sitemap and Theme
Step 3. Design: Page Layouts, Review, and Approval Cycle
Step 4. Content Writing and Assembly
Step 5. Testing, Review and Launch

This stage, the stage of discovering and researching, determines how the subsequent steps will look like. The most important task at this point is to get the clear understanding of your future website purposes, the main goals you wish to get, and the target audience you want to attract to your site.

Different types of websites provide visitors with different functionality which means that different technologies should be used according to the purposes. A well described and detailed plan made on the basis of this pre-development data can protect you from spending extra resources on solving the unexpected issues such as design changing or adding the functionality that wasn’t initially planned.

The self reward of finishing a project. The ability to see the website from anywhere in the world on any device. The internet is so powerful and I love the reward from creating something that has the potential to be viewed by so many people.

I simply enjoy building beautiful and intuitive websites that people are proud of showcasing.

I have over 10 years experience developing websites for almost all industries.
I will be responsible for designing and developing not only your site, but the first impression a customer will have about your brand and business.
My portfolio will give you more insight into my creativity, industry experience, and coding abilities.

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