Planning a website that delivers on your expectations can be a daunting task. Sometimes it’s difficult to know what is truly needed and what it will take to create the best website for your purposes. That’s why I’m here to help guide you through the process.
I enjoy helping you become better acquainted with what’s involved in either creating a new website or enhancing your existing one.
There are numerous resources available to you whether you are a beginner or experienced. Below is a list of some I highly recommend.
Web Standards: The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web standards.
Creating an Effective Website: Information is provided by the University of Washington’s Information Technology department on what to consider when creating an effective website.
Designing with Color: Gain insights from the article titled An Introduction to Color Theory for Web Designers about the use of color and how colors impact a design.
Web Design Tutorials: Access free online tutorials or sign-up for tuition based classes to gain invaluable training/insights on how to build your own website.
Adobe Photoshop: Become a member of The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) to gain invaluable training and insights on how to make your website’s images come to life.
Professional Association: Since 1997, WebProfessionals.org aka World Organization of Webmasters (WOW) has been helping aspiring and practicing web professionals and those who teach. Access the site to find valuable resources.
Information Curation: You can curate current articles daily that are relevant to your small business. They are written by industry professionals. By storing them in one place, you can have easy access to meaningful information at your fingers tips when you want it.