Create it easier than you think. The mystery of simulating reality on a 2D screen is creating depth with images. This can be achieved in many ways, from the photo itself to splitting the image into layers, manipulating and applying special effects.
Layering is a tool that can be intentionally applied to the placement of images and objects in a project, as a tool for manipulating images or purposefully in the image itself.
We’ve all seen markup where images are haphazardly placed on top of each other to make it look like a stack of printed photos. You know this technique. And it works by creating a sense of depth, and it feels like you’re going through photos. This is the layering in the design process. Sometimes the effect is obvious, as in this case, and sometimes it is more hidden. Continue reading
To make it easier to understand the main tasks of the representative of this craft, for a start it is worth considering its basic definition. The profession of “web designer” implies a business related to the development of the appearance of sites, the creation of their layouts, as well as layout (depending on the requirements of the customer or employer). Continue reading
In words it is difficult to explain to the reader what the writer wants to convey. Same thing in web design. The site needs a visual context that links life experience and organization histories.
What is the visual context?
The visual context is related to the presentation of content in such a way as to better convey the basic idea of the site.
For example, the architect’s website may have a portfolio with successful projects. The user decides whether he needs this section or not. The visual context from the very beginning (images, colors, indents) will give the user an understanding of the architect’s knowledge of design, experience in construction and administrative expertise. Continue reading