Design

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Design

Web Made Easier designers go beyond simply perfecting the visual layout of a project’s design elements—we consider the impact that typography, color theory, and accessibility requirements might have on a user’s overall experience, and make adjustments accordingly. The result is a pixel-perfect, aesthetically pleasing UI—an essential piece of any desirable user experience.

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Design Phylosophy

Design

Our Philosophy

Are you looking for a logo design that stands out within your industry? Our branding team will go through the design process and ensure your new logo matches your identity as a business. Your logo isn’t just an image, it’s the forefront of your business, the first thing a potential client may see; it should represent who you are and what you do.

The difference between a run-of-the-mill website and a meaningful one is in the details. That means obsessing about every pixel.

We have a few principles to guide us that we should get off our chest straight away:

We don’t provide multiple concepts from the outset as we believe it dilutes ideas – we prefer to focus on what we feel is the right approach and iterate from there. On the odd occasion we do need to start afresh and that is fine.

We use the wireframes as our basis for visual design so making sure they are right is important to our process.

Obviously we make sure everything we design scales down well to smaller screens like a tablet or phone.

Overall we are looking for everything to come together to create something engaging, flowing and beautiful. If we have done that at the end of a project then we can all sleep easy.

Our Design Phylsophy

Are you looking for a logo design that stands out within your industry? Our branding team will go through the design process and ensure your new logo matches your identity as a business. Your logo isn’t just an image, it’s the forefront of your business, the first thing a potential client may see; it should represent who you are and what you do.

The difference between a run-of-the-mill website and a meaningful one is in the details. That means obsessing about every pixel.

We have a few principles to guide us that we should get off our chest straight away:

We don’t provide multiple concepts from the outset as we believe it dilutes ideas – we prefer to focus on what we feel is the right approach and iterate from there. On the odd occasion we do need to start afresh and that is fine.

We use the wireframes as our basis for visual design so making sure they are right is important to our process.

Obviously we make sure everything we design scales down well to smaller screens like a tablet or phone.

Overall we are looking for everything to come together to create something engaging, flowing and beautiful. If we have done that at the end of a project then we can all sleep easy.