Event alert: Crash course in Web design

By Bridgit Bowden
Photo courtesy of Flickr user mararie
In online news, Web design is an important factor in keeping readers engaged with content. Poynter says it only takes 50 milliseconds for users to "form strong, long-lasting impressions about your news or information website."

So no matter whether you write a blog or are putting together an online portfolio, what layout, colors and fonts you choose are crucial.

Not sure where to start? Join ONA Mizzou as Rob Weir, director of digital development for the Columbia Missourian, leads a crash course on the fundamentals of Web design. You'll walk away understanding the proper design workflow and what makes a site user-friendly.
  • When: 6 p.m., Thursday, March 6
Bring a laptop to follow along with the workshop. See you there!

3 comments:

  1. what layout, colors and fonts you pick are essential.

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  2. You'll walk away understanding the proper design workflow and what makes a site user-friendly. Web Design

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  3. The important thing to be noted in these examples is the background selection. Each web design is with different field and images are chosen very carefully.Web Design

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