Content Management Systems range from Python/Django to PHP and Ruby on Rails. This wide level of diversity is naturally emerging from the rapid growth of open source web development. Nowadays you have a whole litter of options beyond just WordPress to use for any website project.
Branding is closely related to marketing and website design is a huge aspect of digital marketing. Desktop software especially needs a great website because most people make their purchases online.
Companies and large projects will often develop a series of design rules in relation to branding, logos, icons, and mascots. These rules are referred to as style guides or alternatively branding guides. They’re used both internally for employees and externally for media kits. Traditionally these style guides were created as books which would be shared…
Moving into niche-focused web design tends to accelerate the learning curve. You have to put together compositional ideas which relate to more obscure company obligations. Although each website is different, there will always be overlapping concepts which tend to permeate through all of the best layouts.
With seemingly everyone jumping onto the smartphone bandwagon it’s no surprise that Google has taken their slice of the pie. Google’s Android operating system is quite popular among techies and non-techies alike. The Google Play store has given Apple’s App Store a run for it’s developers(and money).
It can be difficult to find high-caliber inspiration for niche design topics. There are hundreds of great portfolio websites but not as many examples for wineries, vineyards, or similar orchards. Over the past few years more businesses have pushed to get online and it has created a demand for quality web design in all areas.