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No time to create your own website? The 1&1 web designers will take on the job!

With a simple website creation tool, you can operate an individual business homepage without any prior programming knowledge. But between accounting, customer support and planning advertising material, you probably don’t have time to deal with color concepts and the structural layout of your own website. By utilizing the 1&1 Design Service, you can leave the initial creation of your business website in the hands of experienced 1&1 experts, so you can concentrate on running your business. We’ll show you how a homepage is created step-by-step by a 1&1 expert.

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The Generate Web Design Conference Comes to NYC

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Today we had the chance to attend Generate, a conference presented by Net Magazine – the world’s leading print and digital publication for Web designers. The conference, which is being held in the US for the first time, is intended as a source of inspiration, education, and networking opportunity for talented individuals in the Web design industry. The conference covered some of the most important topics of Web design today, including: CSS, content strategy, user experience, responsive design, accessibility, business growth, and big data.

In one of the sessions, we heard from Jenn Lukas, a freelance Web developer. She discussed the increasingly important topic of responsive Web design, and how Web developers everywhere need to take into account the various methods and devices being used to access content online. “Even though we’re going mobile, we cannot forget about our desktop users,” Lukas said. Users are accessing websites on desktops, tablets, and smart phones, with a wide assortment of screen sizes and resolutions on each device. It is crucial to consider all website visitors when designing interactions on the page, such as common drop-down menus or in-depth transitions when hovering over links.

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Category: Net Culture
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