I first came across design as a student, though it was not my area of study. I was actually preparing to become a programmer, then discovered Special Database Photoshop and changed course. I started with simple experiments in this program, then moved on to vector graphics. Then, thanks to references from my friends, I found work as a designer’s assistant at a small, local advertising agency. There I really had a chance to familiarize myself with design, Special Database advertising, marketing, branding, printing and all the rest. Finally I found my way to web design, which became my major profession and source of income.
Really, I acquired all of this knowledge and skill in Special Database a gradual manner over a rather long stretch of time. Rome was not built in a day, after all. attachment_48823474 You mention web design, but what about all the illustrations your work incorporates? This element is very strong too. Funny you should mention it. Here I must note the importance Special Database of collaboration: 90% of those illustrations are made by my brother, who is far more talented than I in Special Database this area. Tell us about your design process. When you get a brief for a landing page, what are your first steps to tackling it?
As a staring point, I try to imagine what would be the best way to present the specific information that attracts customers—whatever that may Special Database for the given company. Once I have a sense of that, the next step is to construct a wireframe on a real paper with a good old-fashioned pencil. Then I make a rough mockup in Photoshop, but still I try to keep it as conceptual as possible at this stage. I don’t start making decisions about the color scheme, typefaces, whether the page will contain any photos, illustrations, icons, or any other details Special Database like that until later on. Perhaps a more concrete answer to your question is this: the main part of every website is its header.