Six years’ experience in Web Design on Web Design

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has a lot of people, or people who are not familiar with the website construction business, always feel that web design is nothing important. Now there are so many beautiful and the atmosphere of the templates available, designers also do not have these free templates, or it does not necessarily have to provide customers with good standing, why we must use independent design, why not plagiarism? In my six years of web design experience to analyze.

first, first web designers who have some basic and practical experience, can design and set up the column and layout of the website according to the different categories of customers and the different needs of the website. The design of the entire web site is designed to demonstrate the best wishes and image of the company and the best publicity. It’s much better and more practical than just copying and borrowing ready-made templates.

second, web designers in the design and production of Web sites, and their experience is used for optimizing the website after the day. Imagine that you use ready-made templates or other sites, and do not say the function and page elements without your own soul, optimization and promotion website after you think? Which, when a Web Designer Web site, he is in accordance with the characteristics of their own ideas and direction of development of the site and date after the full range of customers to do the best to ensure that from design and production to the site until the promotion, can lay a good foundation, also can make the site more.

third, is also spending money, why not have their own things, why not look at other people’s good? For web designers, it is much easier to copy other people’s things. After all, the template is dead, we can change the sign change of color finish, but to do things out without my soul, and the template columns are not necessarily the most in line with the requirements of your website, why not believe that web designers and professional level of knowledge, let them according to your own development and integration the actual needs of

website?

met a compatriot from Taiwan before, and he also asked me to do a website (he wanted to be a tea web site). Why do I want him to do my website, he said that we Taiwanese have a habit, that is, believe in professional. Do you have tea certainly I do good, you must also as my business chain, but do it, I must believe you, because you have six or seven site construction experience, can you let me in the website of the investment to get the maximum benefit. This sentence makes me wild with joy, so remember more clearly, ha ha.

Shun Chi design www.531dns.com

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