Design follows function. I suppose some designers are reluctant to follow the communications target brief. Or even understand that brief or the meaning of it and thus can not deliver professional work.
Designers who are not also professional mass communications professionals are unfit to make successful web-presence.
Whatever target audience, the path is the same. Trouble with many designers is, they think in shape and don't give shit about conveying a message if they even know what conveying a message might possibly mean.
Do you now understand why the vast majority of the websites around are trash or minus?
Edited on Oct 17, 2014 at 10:04 by koeiekat
Normally, I lay the foundation of the Web page first: navigation, colour scheme, links, images, and then I would work on the text. The nature of the Web site - a serious site related to legal matters, or a fun site for children - helps determine the structure of the site.
Is that so?
To me first is why what message about what to what audience. Then at least you know where you are going to and why. Always handy when you want to achieve something. Now knowing the function it is a doddle to give a structure to your message. When you have done that you know the structure of the navigation and you know what elements you need to convey your message. Only then, knowing your target audience, follows shape and the very last are some coding thingies like webfonts. Not the other way round.
The first digital version of this font was ICG's Didi (1992). Also around as Didi Font.
At that point, still in the early stages, I was not interested in the text content, just in laying the bones of the site structure!
If you don't know where you are going to any road will take you there ...
Heb je een scherp plaatje? En géén jpg maar iets met lossless compressie zoals png?
Jenna Sue all right ...
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The top parts of the Rs are the same Jackie so this may very well be a font with a RI ligature. I looks like a handwriting font but I just can not lay my hands on it.
For those who don't believe in Bebas
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