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06-30-2004, 04:48 AM #1
Putting the grand design on paper - or not
When you have decided in your mind on the design of a website that is to be a winner, what is the next step for most people?
Is the design drawn onto some layout-sheet and then worked on - by you or staff?
Someone said they lay ideas out in Fireworks. But in newspapers and magazines, the design goes onto lay-out sheets.
Be keen to know how most developers begin a design.
07-01-2004, 02:34 PM #2
I am still a relative newcommer to web design. when I first started I found my A4 pad designs very useful as a reference
it can be very easy to get lost in the code when you start.
Differnt people have their own way of working. Some look upon a pencil and pad as part of their web tools.
It can be extremely helpful to brainstorm, doodle graphics idea's, page lay outs and rough out a kind family tree
style site map to get a picture of how the content and pages will relate and link to one another.
I'm not sure about Fireworks or Lay-out sheets Someone on here is bound to know though.
Hope this is of some help.