Design for All People, Not Most
Web design is about accessibility. Most web designers aim to create products for the largest swath of people within their audience, casting their designs out like gaping nets to yield them the greatest influx of users.
And while there’s logic to that design principle, it overshadows a somewhat simpler and more inclusive principle:
Design for all people, not most.
Optimize content so that every possible user can enjoy and interact with your website, and access the information and data available. Engaging in this practice will help develop a wider market and diversify your customer base. 15% of the world’s population has some level of disability.
Tips for Managing Multiple Websites Clients
Starting out as a freelance web professional is such an exciting/scary experience. You’ve thrown your talents out there into the market and hope that you can find success. If you went all-in and made freelancing your full-time career, you are challenged with finding a steady stream of work.
Finding work is only part of the challenge, though. As the old saying goes: “Be careful what you wish for”. Booking projects means that you’re going to have to manage them. Taking care of several websites simultaneously is a big responsibility and you need a system to make it all work.
Let’s take a look at a few things that can help you take charge and better serve your clients.Read more
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