Myth 4 | site promotion main myths
Maybe the promotion of a site is not expensive
Destroy the myth: website promotion is expensive, but if the competition on the subject of the site is great, the promotion of the site is very expensive. To understand how expensive, let me remind you that the leading sites in their industries, advertised on television — on the leading channels in Prime time, bought large-scale advertising campaigns across the country. For most sites, website promotion is limited to internal optimization of the site, writing unique content, and building links to the mass (the more sites have links to Your site, the higher its position in the search engines). The budget for this promotion of the site ranges from 200 to 400 green per month. Continue reading
For the construction of any building requires certain building materials. As a rule, for each type of structure they always remain the same, only the form and the overall design of the buildings change. The same is the case with the development of sites.
If you want to become a professional master of web design and consistently carry out high-quality projects that allow customers to solve certain problems (increase in sales, increase the convenience of functionality, etc.), then you should know about all the “building materials” of this direction. Continue reading
In truth, mouse effects are probably the least important to design. By taking into account more functional states at an early stage, you can reduce the risk of possible costly redesigns as your library of templates evolves. Here are the main states you should pay attention to at an early stage, approximately in order of importance.
1. By default
Not surprisingly, the standard button display is really important. If you make it too catchy or too invisible, you will see that without additional modifier classes or alternative styles you cannot move on.
It is also important to create buttons with context. One of the common mistakes is to choose a button style that is not sufficiently different from the input fields, which can lead to a form that becomes incomprehensible. Continue reading