There are lots of reasons why I decided to be a web-designer. It might be because I am a creative person, or the fact that I have the opportunity to work freelance as well, or for enjoy mixing both left and right brain work by coding and designing at the same time Of course there are many other reasons...
...Like the "Responsive Web-Design", one new way to create websites based on the dynamism of the different screens, this new approach stems from the fact that The use of mobile devices to surf the web is growing at an astronomical pace, but unfortunately much of the web isn't optimized for those mobile devices. Mobile devices are often constrained by display size and require a different approach to how content is laid out on screen, these needs are the reasons behind the creation of incredibly and extremely helpful tools like "CSS media queries".
These are just three examples. I selected these as examples as they best represent my personal web style.
I feel freer to use my creativity in Static Web Sites, Flash and blogs. Perhaps this is because they tend to be less formal, which allows for more possibilities, including humour and fun. I would say they can even be artistic.
After several months working with mostly Generic Templates, I began to design and develop for clients specific Premium Templates Often times I created premium templates according to specific requirements by the client, while other times I could be free to completely create the design, build the code, and add my personal creative (but professional) touch.
After my experience in "Asidev"," I learned the potential of pure HTML5 and a clean CSS3, which I combined to create the company's CMS. I had created various templates (most of them intended for Local Business 2 Business Activities.) Asidev's Clients had the possibility to customize the templates on their own and create proper sites. Unfortunately, due to copyright infringement policies, my copyright is only on the CMS template and does not apply to the final version that Asidev's clients bought and are using, so I may only show you examples.
Tables, no external CSS, all in the DOM...in few words "HTML OLD SCHOOL STYLE." This is the basic style for efficient email design. At first, this type of design was difficult for me, as it was far messier than the pure and clean code I generally use. However, it revealed to me other aspects of web design and allowed me to re-discover new ways to use tags, thus showing me their full capability and potential.
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