What is a UI Designer?

What is a UI Designer?

First and foremost, UI stands for User Interface, making this job title User Interface Designer.

When using a website, most (if not all) people prefer an easy to use interface. They want to be able to go from one page to another, or add an item to their shopping cart, or like a post on Twitter, with ease.

In order to do so, the interface of the site needs to be set up and organized in a way that will easily support the users’ intentions. The people responsible for this interface system is – you guessed it – UI designers!

What is an Art Director?

What is an Art Director?

The way a website appears to the viewer is essential in getting their attention – or losing their attention. The layout and the visual aesthetic must be appealing to the consumer first and foremost. Every detail that goes into a website effects the overall vision of what is seen. They are all created by the art director and their team of creative minds.

Job Description

An art director is the leader of a design team. They delegate responsibilities to the other designers on the team. The art director must make sure the website has a pleasant visual aesthetic.

How to Choose a Web Design Company

How to Choose a Web Design Company

If you’re about to hire a web design company, you may be finding it more difficult than you had imagined it. A simple Google search for web designers in your area probably yields dozens, hundreds or even more results.

Moreover, every firm talks about being the best and every representative claims to be selling the number one products and services in the industry.

But you don’t have time for endless sales pitches. You just want quality web design and you want it now. So which company do you end up choosing, and why?