Web Designer Johannesburg

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A web designer mixes their traditional design skills with technology to create visually appealing web designs for clients based in Johannesburg South Africa. Our website designs are mobile friendly and optimised for search engines so that your website ranks well in Johannesburg. We are a website designer company that services the needs of our clients based in Johannesburg South Africa. We offer website design in Johannesburg, Sandton, Randburg and Fourways. Our website designer services include a free domain, logo, business email accounts & website hosting. We also offer website designer training so that you can edit your own website after it has gone live using a simple web design editor. Our web design packages are competitively priced, and our web designer Johannesburg services make use of the latest website design technologies. Join our web design company today and get your business website started

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"It is the website designer's responsibility to create web page designs that represent the client's requirements and their brand identity. Getting this right requires an iterative design approach that gives the client constant feedback so designs can be adapted sooner rather than later."

The responsibilities of a web designer in Johannesburg

It is the website designer's responsibility to create web page designs that represent the client's requirements and their brand identity. The level of creativity required from a web designer will vary and depends largely on the type of job at hand. A web designer Johannesburg creates all the visual elements on a web page such as page layout, colour schemes, text and content formatting. A web designer is required to work with a variety of programming languages such as CSS and HTML. They are mainly responsible for the visual look of a page, but may also take on other roles within a web design project. Web designers need to have a good grasp of traditional design fundamentals, as well as an advanced knowledge of emerging technologies to keep abreast of the latest technology advances. Website designers either work independently as contractors, or are employed by a web design company.

A web designer Johannesburg is someone who uses their knowledge of traditional design, web programming and scripting languages to create web pages that display on a clients web browser (front end). Web pages can be designed on a grid system which allows the content on the web page to shift and resize according to the size of the web browser window. A web designer Johannesburg requires both creative skills and technical skills to successfully create web pages. In a large team of web professionals, web designers generally focus on front end components while web developers focus on back end components. In smaller teams however, web designers and developers may perform multiple roles that involve the front and back end sections of a website.

Web page layouts require creativity

Website designers also need a good understanding of how detailed web page elements such as spacing, colors, layout, images, buttons, icons and text work together to create web page designs that are both attractive and functional. Once a web designer has achieved a balance between these web page elements, an effective web design can be created. Web designer Johannesburg also need to link various pages on a website using href links. These links allow web page visitors to navigate between pages on the website.

Website designers use a variety of different web tools depending on what part of the web design process they are involved in. Technologies used to create websites include W3C standards like HTML and CSS, which can be hand-coded or generated by WYSIWYG software. Other tools web designers might use include mark up validators and other testing tools for usability and accessibility to ensure their websites meet web accessibility guidelines.

Completing a web design

Once the website is completed it may be the website designer's responsibility to upload the website to a hosted server, then test and refine it. After this process, the website is considered "live". The client normally reviews the website at this stage, and any changes requested by the client are made to the website. This phase normally results in a cycle of changes until the client is happy with all functionality. Generally speaking, websites are updated regularly, and it is the website designers responsibility to see that any new elements conform to the original design, layout and feel of the website.

Our web design team use a number of skills that allow them to create websites that leverage the latest web standards. The web design team create websites that adapt to multiple screen sizes and function across several hundred device types - known as responsive web design. This gives our websites the edge over our competitors in that we only need to create and maintain one website.

Website mock designs result in a happier client

One of the most widely used image editing programs is Adobe Photoshop. It allows website designers to create mock page designs, which can be used as a basis for designing the actual web page. It's common practice for web designers to send several mock designs to a client before work is started on a website. This approach reduces the rework required on the website and lowers the cost of implementation. It's also possible to create mock designs using visual website builders which allow you to quickly produce different page layouts.

Website Fonts

Website designers may choose to limit the fonts they use on web pages due to compatibility reasons. The reason for this is that there are a limited number of safe fonts that all web browsers recognise. If a web designer uses the latest CSS features (Font downloading in CSS3), this limitation can be overcome.