Webpage Design Basics for Non-Designers

July 5th, 2011 – by Mike Wilcox

As web developers, we all make web pages. Sometimes however, we don’t have the benefit of a full team, complete with graphical designers, markup gurus, CSS specialists, usability experts, SEO advocates, a marketing and branding team, etc, etc.

Design is not a talent – it’s a learned skill. This presentation will show you how to build a webpage from scratch, even if you’re not “an artist”. We will walk through everything from logo-design basics, choosing colors and font faces, to constructing a webpage from scratch… that doesn’t suck!

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One Response to “Webpage Design Basics for Non-Designers”

  1. Leslie Smith says:

    I saw Candy Bernhardt give a 5-10 minute preview of her presentation to the big design conference last week. Websites that don’t suck seem to be a popular topic.

    The conference is being held at the Crown Plaza in Addison, July 14-16 with lots of speakers and tracks.

    http://bigdesignevents.com/sessions/how-not-to-make-your-stuff-suck-lessons-in-product-differentiation/

    Leslie Smith

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