Web Design is something beyond technique. A website is often the first impression of a company for any customer, hence you need to consider many aspects in order to develop a professional, imposing and instinctive site. The custom web site we design will convey the strongest image to your client's desire.
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We specialize in all types of Website Designing and take up projects of all sizes. Our website designs range from basic static websites, animated websites and dynamic websites. Static websites are websites that have a simple page flow with static text and visual content. Animated websites includes flash objects to improve visual apperance. Dynamic websites includes programming that facilitates real-time features such as online transactions, shopping cart, flash programming etc.
It is a primitive layout that was/is widely preferred by many. As the name implies, the components of the website are packed within fixed widths or percentage widths. From the above statement it is apparent that whoever sees it with whatever browser size will experience the components within the fixed widths and they won’t move a bit. So, even when viewed on different browsers, the width of the website layout remains the same. When viewed through larger screens, the users may be confronted with white space; when viewed via smaller screens, the users have to scroll the website horizontally (which most users hate to do) to view the web elements.
A few interesting points about fixed layout are:
It is one of the most preferred layout types of web designers; it is otherwise called as liquid layout as well. Most web elements of the website are incorporated based on the percentage widths. It helps a great deal in making the entire website work fine on different browsers. The percentage width designed website elements adjusts well to distinct screen sizes and fits to the user’s screen resolution perfectly.
A few interesting points about this layout are:
In brief, it is nothing but a combination of the other two layouts, fixed and fluid. But, it is the best layout most websites adopt to nowadays, especially after the intrusion of mobiles into the market. Well, unlike to the other two layout designs, it packs web elements based on the em-based units. What exactly is this “em?” It is a relative unit that is square of the font used in the website. So, the font size adjusts every time when the screen resolution changes without any fuzz. It is apparent that using this layout the screen layout fits to different screen resolutions providing the users delightful web visibility.
A few interesting points about this layout are:
Finally, as the term suggests, there are hybrid layouts, which combine the characteristics of two or more of the layouts discussed above. For example, the designer might decide to assign a fixed size (in pixels) to certain elements of the page (a sidebar or a footer) while for the remaining (for example the that contains the main content) choosing a variable width (in percentages or ems).
Obviously, this approach has its own set of limitations and disadvantages—if you assign a sidebar a fixed width of 200 pixels and set a value of 80% for the rest of the content, you might find a horizontal scrollbar on screens smaller than 1000 pixels, since the main column does not have the space necessary to expand itself. In lesser cases, you’ll just have an elements that are unusually large or unusually small for their intended purposes. But you can easily address all of these issues, as we’ll see later.
At this point, you may be wondering what the best solution is for your specific projects, and which of the four types of layouts listed above is best suited for the responsive approach. As you might guess, each layout type has its advantages and disadvantages. It all depends on the needs you want to fulfill and the characteristics of your personal project. It would be easy to make a knee-jerk, reactionary declaration that one of these layout options is universally superior to the others, but they shouldn’t be considered mutually-exclusive options or competitors. Rather, they should be considered techniques that can be used in conjunction. Many of these techniques aren’t possible without the others. For example, ems are meaningless without a fixed declaration of font-size. Similarly, media queries will be ineffective without inferring precise widths and making accommodations for popular screen sizes.
It's a key point that's often overlooked by other web design companies. Our strategy is driven by your objectives but focuses on the most important people of all - your customers. Designing for the web requires more than just making sites look great. Your website has to be engaging and should compel users to interact, focusing their journey to reach a defined goal.
That's why our London web design company, is committed to providing websites that are as engaging as they are eye-catching. Please feel free to take a look at our web portfolio