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Are you a novice web designer or website owner? Please read our five web design tips for novices. If you want to hire a web designer, please hire Neogain.

Are you a novice web designer or website owner? Please read our five web design tips for novices. If you want to hire a web designer, please hire Neogain.

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      • Five Web Design Tips for Novices
      • If you require a web designer, please get in touch with Neogain as we provide excellent UK web design services.
      • Each week we post website design, development and SEO tips on our blog.
      • If you’ve not subscribed to our blog please take a moment to subscribe.
      • Looking for UK website design services?
      • Please get in touch.
      • Tip 1 – Don’t compromise on your template / theme design.
      • If short on time or experience pay for help.
      • You can spend hours using Google trying to find the tip to resolve your nightmare CSS issue.
      • Often just knowing where to begin can eat up time you need to invest elsewhere.
      • So tip 1 is basically contact Neogain if you require website design help!
      • Tip 2 – Utilise resources from around the world.
      • You should try to build your own repository of resources, which will help your website become more unique.
      • However that being said, time is important and progressing your projects probably should be a priority.
      • Whether you need a logo designed, a photo of an object, else a theme tweaking, you can either find free resources for personal and / or business use online, else hire someone to create the desired item.
      • For logos check out fiverr.
      • For photos sxc and for your web design needs?
      • Neogain of course!
      • Tip 3 – You probably don’t need PhotoShop.
      • You hear so much talk about Adobe PhotoShop, but in reality many just don’t need this great software.
      • Converting an image? Microsoft’s own Paint application can handle simple file format conversions, as can the amazing Gimp.
      • Need to resize, sharpen or crop an image?
      • Again there is the Gimp that can handle most novice graphical requirements, and for those requiring some more features perhaps a cheap old version of PaintShop Pro, such as version 9.
      • Tip 4 – Backup your revisions.
      • A tweak here, an update there and the look of a design can seriously change.
      • Whether updating banners, logos, CSS code or other graphical elements, it is wise to make a backup of the original before you proceed.
      • You never know when you might need the original and often recreating an image is impossible, else time consuming.
      • Tip 5 – Test your web design.
      • There are different scenarios where testing your design can make a tremendous difference.
      • An arrow, bold text or change of colours in an advert or banner can sometimes increase conversions.
      • A simple piece of code to accommodate a popular web browser could make your website accessible to a wider audience.
      • A web design is never complete, but should be viewed as a work in progress, as markets change, browsers adapt, new technologies emerge, as well as content possible evolving.
      • For browser screenshots, please check out Browsershots. For testing different elements of a web page, please look at Google’s Website Optimiser.
      • If you require a web designer in the UK,
      • please hire Neogain.