Creating a modern web design sitemap. In this video, I will show you how I use Affinity Photo to create web design sitemaps for clients. This is how I create sitemaps, which varies slightly from how I was taught in university.
Setting up a web design project folder structure that is logical and organised is important in keeping track of client work files. In this video, I will show you how I set up projects for clients.
There is no hard and fast rule on how to set up a folder structure for clients. But you should always try to keep your files organised. This ensures that if you have to do work for the same client at a later date, you will not spend too long trying to remember how you approached the project in the first instance.
Over the years I have messed around with various monitor setups, both for gaming and for web design and development work. I could never quite settle on my favourite combination. Should I use one, two or three monitors or one really big monitor on its own? I would change the setup as often as I would have haircuts (when I had hair).
So, today I am going to pass on to you the pros and cons of various desktop monitor layouts and then I’ll let you know what my personal best monitor setup for web development is in the conclusion. Continue reading “Best Monitor Setup for Web Development”
For the past few years, I have run a few websites on a Raspberry Pi 3B at home. I decided to do this just because I like to do some general tinkering with gadgets, but also because I thought it would be a cheaper way of hosting websites. Continue reading “Raspberry Pi Web Server. Does it work?”
Think about your favourite website. Do you love how Facebook immediately serves up your friends’ updates and interests? Or is Amazon your first choice for effortless shopping list-making? Does the simplicity of Google’s search page make you feel more in charge of the Internet? Maybe a website makes you feel special and cared for. Or maybe the experience is so seamless that you don’t even think about it at all. Continue reading “Does anyone care if your website is ugly?”