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code - designing the website part 3

I have created my selling page in HTML and CSS, I have also added the bootstrap files into my code to make it responsive.

I kept to black and white as my main colours and used the orange and pink from my colour pallet from the original site as a minimal colour splash to just brighten it up slightly, but I feel these colours give it a modern classy feel as it is reflecting current web design trends. 312 more words

Year 1 Introduction To Development & Emerging Technologies

code - designing the website part 1

I started by looking to the original site as my foundation, from the I took the colours to create my colour pallet, I also collaborated all the information I required such as product information and pictures. 93 more words

Year 1 Introduction To Development & Emerging Technologies

CODE – DESIGNING THE WEBSITE EVALUATION

My evaluation of this assignment is that back end code is a lot harder to understand straight off then front end code, although it was a challenge it provided an amazing learning curve for future development. 286 more words

Year 1 Introduction To Development & Emerging Technologies

CODE – DESIGNING THE WEBSITE ADDING BACK END CODE 1

Once I had created my front end design for my website I had to create the backend code, we did this using a program called XAMPP for create our PHP documents. 484 more words

Reference

10 Point that your business needs a redesign of a website

10 Point that your business needs a redesign of a website

When do you know that your company needs a redesign of the website? In many cases it is not just for a single factor. 510 more words

Website Designing Company

Custom Web Design Services Bangalore,India

Web Designing Services: Our Quality work speaks when our expertise generates the best products with affordable prices.

Building a site is the initial move towards making an online nearness. 288 more words

UX & User Centred Design semester 2 website redesign

Design research

For influence on my website I have chosen to research Cameron Chapman and Don Norman.

Don Norman:

http://www.nixdell.com/classes/HCI-and-Design-Spring-2017/The-Design-of-Everyday-Things-Revised-and-Expanded-Edition.pdf

Describes design thinking as problem solving he describes the process as a continus circle of; “Observation, Idea generation (ideation), Prototyping and Testing” he feels that every design starts with the observation which is the foundation to every good design, not only looking at the product/service but breaking it down to its fundimentals even down to who will be using it and any problems which they could face along the way and finding the solution to these. 111 more words

Year 1 UX & User Centred Design