Visual design is what we are all waiting for as designers, and the time has come to take everything that we have done and create something that actually looks like a website. In this video, we create the desktop and mobile view of our project that we will export assets and handoff for development.
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I cut the visual design process into 2 parts because each of them is very comprehensive processes and combining them can feel a bit overwhelming. I had over 1.5 hours of footage for this video and used a lot of fast forward to make it digestible, If you have questions about the process please feel free to tweet me or comment below. http://twitter.com/iamjesseshow
1. Intro - https://youtu.be/sr6jDeAoXCc
2. Discovery - https://youtu.be/g2aSWqU0gqA
3. Wireframe & Moodboard - https://youtu.be/boF058Bh5lo
4. Visual Design Part 1 - https://youtu.be/3xWViyhRGd4
5. Visual Design Part 2 - https://youtu.be/HqykJljlN2A
6. Setting up the Dev environment - https://youtu.be/cXbRAdPXpRA
7. Coding the Nav and Header - https://youtu.be/Boc_IZNzlh4
8. Coding the brand and feature section - https://youtu.be/O4gqpgRvYJg
9. Coding the Offer Section - https://youtu.be/JsLeiFbi8RM
10. Coding the Download Section - https://youtu.be/jMkAeo2uGHk
This series is all about the web design and development process from start to finish. I am going to be taking you through the entire creative process from sketching and wireframing to high res mockups and full development phase.
I have never done a series this large, and my hope is that you will grow as a designer and developer not because I am perfect but because you have allowed yourself to stumble and fail with me on the road to making something you can be proud of.
I made this series because I believe that by teaching it I will learn and grow from not only the experience of creating the project but getting feedback from you all.
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Hey Jesse !
I'm a young graphic designer (speciliazed in print for the moment), and this year I start a training in UX design (if you know the "Gobelins" school in France).
I kind of find a bit the creative methodology that i learned and apply in my print projects, it helps me create some links with UI/UX design. Your series helps me a lot to learn how it's working, i'm taking notes like it would be a real lesson x)
Also i'm french, and i clearly understand your explanations, you speak in a very fluid way ! (and if needed i activate subtitles for importants parts haha)
Love your work, wish you the best
Overall I think it's nice but it lacks the panache of a custom designed site. Think about adding some customization to the layout that will make it go "wow". If it's a luxury brand I would recommend looking at some luxury watche websites to get inspiration. 👍🏼nice work
I'm not Jesse, but can I give you my fast opinion about it as a problem-solver through design and usability?
So, I think that the website is a bit boring. Too much text and too little personality, also a lot of unnecessary blank spaces on some parts and not so much on others.
Given the context of the website and it's users I would do a fancier and more sophisticated Design, also giving a sort of comfort to the user.
Another problem is that the nav bar is taking too much space at the scrolling.
I can give you more detailed review or help you with something, you can find me at [email protected]
I'd be a pleasure.
Visual Design A.K.A. "the fun stuff!" is so much easier when you have put in the time and walked through the process. Thanks for following along with the series and hope you can all make the Live Q&A on Thursday April 5th at 10am PST. I will be answering your questions regarding the series as well as answering random rapid-fire questions 👍🏼https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDQ2sCxpp98
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