Web Design Tag

More often than not, we'll experience the feeling that something is lacking in our lives and due to that we’ll change something. Be it something simple like a new haircut or actually going along to that class we said we might try out, or something a little bolder like having to say yes to everything for a day. Essentially, we rebrand ourselves - and without getting too deep - we rebrand our life. This may be due to changing trends or just the fact that you feel more confident in yourself and that's no different in business.

How time flies! Sometimes it's only birthdays when you look back and reminisce. As it's 20 years since we started building websites, I thought it would be good to do just that with the help of WayBack Machine. My Dad created Strategy Plus helping big businesses venture in to new markets back in the 90's. Businesses like Knight Frank needed websites in foreign languages for new offices in places such as Prague. My Dad went on the hunt to find somebody called a web developer. This is how Cristian joined the business and started to build websites in 1997!

2001

This was arguably the biggest year for Strategy Plus as I gradated from University and joined the family business! Take a look at the first SP homepage I could find dated back to 2001. Unlike today's websites, this homepage had a couple of flash files with moving images. This was all pretty advanced back then and I still like the simplicity of it. Strategy Plus Homepage Web Design 2001

Present times have seen the web design industry flourish with the promise of promoting a business and/or marketing a product. As there are millions of users constantly exploring the internet, searching for what they are looking for in the comfort of their own homes - many businesses won't want to miss out of the likelihood of profits they can receive from this activity.

The design of your website is as crucial to your business as is the content that is included on your website. Web design usually receives mixed opinions on what is good or bad design usually because it can be subjective. However, some may believe that having a sleek, modern, up to date website is what constitutes a good website design, whereas others will prefer a muted down version of the former, and something simple will work just as well. Website design preference will often vary depending on the particular industry or business, sometimes on which web design is trending, but neither of these designs is wrong, or bad. What elements are considered 'wrong' in website design?