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Print Design And Web Design- The Difference

Author : Adelle Harsh

Print design and web design employs more or less the same elements. But still, the 2 are different from each other. Here is looking at some of the significant differences between website design and print design.

The first major line of difference between site design and print design is typography. Fonts that will look good on the internet site may not look as nice in print. Whichever font you select for print, will always be visible to the reader. However, the same may not be the case with internet sites. There are possibilities that the user might or might not have the font that you have used for your site installed in their computer. It is for this reason that site design and development firms in London suggest making use of the most simple of fonts. Or, the user might be opting for web browser preferences, that may override your selection of fonts.

In graphics, Quarrel and EPS are the set standard for print. But these standards become redundant when it comes down to net based designs. Graphic designers in London typically use JPEG, GIF and PNG photographs for the web. Apart from the format, the image resolution also varies greatly for print and site design. Highres graphics and pictures are essential for print. For the web nonetheless one should generally use low resolution graphics to reduce upload time to the site.

CMYK is generally used to include colour in print design. Alternately, pantone spot colors too may be used for the same. Internet sites from another perspective, employ RGB colors. At times, particular colors that have compatibility with browser safe color scheme may also be used. Font shades will also change in print and web design. This is due to the fact that certain colours are not awfully visible on the PC screen- whether or not they are more than legible when published.

Both, print design as well as site design lay equal emphasis on navigation. But the utilising of elements varies massively. Web design does imbibe navigation elements such as table of contents from print design. Nonetheless interconnecting pages in web are totally different from interconnecting pages in print. While both- print and web design use columns for easy navigation, they aren't really employed in an identical manner. Pro internet designers in London lay great emphasis on the navigation.

It's important to have a solid understanding of the variations between print design and website design so you can create successful workable websites that are user friendly and worthwhile.

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