Join Sue Jenkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Making revisions, part of Web Design: Efficient Workflow.
- [Instructor] In this challenge you were tasked…with editing the project Photoshop mock-up…with three change requests from the client.…How did your design changes turn out?…Let me show you my solution.…Adding the business name, logo, and copyright information…to the footer changed the whole dynamic…with the other information in the footer area.…Even after reducing the size of the disclaimer text,…there was simply too much content in the footer…for the space allotted.…While I could've increased the height of the footer…to keep all of the information center aligned…with more breathing room around the elements.…
Instead, I chose to switch to a multi column layout.…In the first column, the color logo…with the white background circle was switched out…for a reversed white-on-black logo.…The second column displays the copyright line…with the disclaimer, which is now smaller and darker,…to imply less relevance.…The third column displays a vertical list…of the social follow icons.…And the fourth column displays a vertical list…
This course is designed to help boost the abilities of web designers and graphic designers, improving productivity and creativity. Sue shows you how to broaden your workflow while keeping the process efficient and focused. The tips she provides are applicable whether you are starting from nothing, redesigning layout ideas received from a client, or creating a mockup from a wireframe in coordination with UX teams.
- UX and wireframing
- Capturing the essence of a business
- Designing the mockup
- Fine-tuning the layout
- Making final revisions