Join Sue Jenkins for an in-depth discussion in this video The revision process, part of Web Design: Efficient Workflow.
- [Instructor] Our last stop in the web design workflow…is the revision process.…This is when I'll take my beautiful design,…make all the change requests provided by the client,…and adjust the layout as needed until I'm satisfied…that the design is once again harmonious.…To give you a glimpse at this process in action,…I'll continue to use this mockup…for Nadia's Garden Restaurant as an example.…The client has asked for several changes.…I'll tackle some of them and show you my results.…Then, you'll complete the rest…in an upcoming challenge video.…
Here is the list of changes the client…has asked me to make in the layout.…First, add Nadia's Garden to the nav bar.…Second, make the reservations button text smaller…and try making the button a color instead of having no fill.…And third, flip the order of the three food photos…to appetizers, entrees, and desserts…and then add text labels for each photo.…Let me show you how I handled those revisions.…The navigation bar changes were logical and straightforward.…
Adding the company name on the left…
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