Triangle: This is a complex figure for web design, allowing you to achieve different effects. Often it does not fit well into the overall picture. However, when used correctly, for example, in logos, it can emphasize the reliability and stability of the company. A circle. Like a triangle, this figure is good at logos, icons, and other small objects. In large objects and screen design, the circle is rarely used. The making of the professional website comes easy now.
The job of a web designer is not only to draw objects and their proper location in space. One of the most important tasks is to make the text that we see on the monitor screen beautiful and readable. Different platforms and browsers prefer to display fonts in their own way which is terribly annoying for both users and web designers, so try to use safe fonts, which are guaranteed to be reflected in all browsers.
Basic for the basic materials of the site
Use readable, simple fonts with convenient line spacing about 1.5 times the height of characters. Accidental for headlines, this font can be distinguished not only by size but also by color. Optional for navigation, important information, menu logo, quotes, etc.
That's all for now
The next lesson in web design will cover the basics of working with Photoshop. In conclusion, we want to say that everyone can master the basics of design skills. It is enough to have the desire, make some efforts and allocate time for training. The basics of web design color, shapes of objects and fonts are the foundation on which training should be built.
Take the time to browse the portfolio of various talented designers or websites of well-known companies and pay special attention to the above elements. This will help you develop good taste and possibly develop your own style.
The general concept of www (World Wide Web) is a distributed system that provides access to related documents or how the Internet works.
What is a server? Types of servers. The interaction of the user's computer with the server.
What is a site - how is it arranged and works. Types of sites by purpose and functionality.
How to create a site from ideas to hosting.
The software needed to create the site.
Introduction to the HTML markup language. Tag structure of the language. Basic tags for the formation of the basic structure of a web page. Basics of language syntax, spelling rules, and techniques.
Tags for displaying text information on a page: headings, paragraphs, lists.
Tags for inserting images on a web page.
Image formats supported by web standards.
The practice of working in the program Adobe Photoshop to optimize images for a web page and create graphic elements of the site.
Rules for placing on the page, text wrapping, indentation.
The concept of reference. The main purpose of the link. The concept of absolute and relative links. Tags for inserting links to a web page.
Use the image as a link. Regions (area (s) of the image that are linked). Organization of links as a menu for navigating the pages of a site.
Table. Tabular data. Types of tables. Tags for inserting tables on a web page. A table as an element of data output and as an element of the page layout. Pros and cons of the table layout.