The List for Web Designers
An important part of any business is the concept of quality control. Being a successful designer means that you need to be passionate and caring of your craft. In such a highly competitive market, the need to maintain a set of standards, do what’s in the users’ best interests and ensure what you produce meets requirements is vital. Whether you are a designer or coder, the ability to not just follow specifications, but also to set your own ideals, is worthy of attention.
Whenever I produce a web design, I have a whole compendium of checklists and requirements that it needs to meet before the project is given the final “all clear.” It takes a bit of time to develop some decent standards for your own work — and it has to be a personal initiative. However, once you have, you can continue to evolve and refine your processes, not only saving time, but also ensuring that you build a solid reputation for yourself as someone who cares about their work’s quality.
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