It is said that the right side of our brain is our creative side, and the left side of our brain is our cognitive or logical side. The vast majority of people have one side that is more dominant than the other. In other words, most people are either really artistic and creative or they are mathematical and logical.
However, there are some functions that require the dualism of both the right side and the left side of the brain.
When it comes to website design, the sheer complexity of coding and computing as well as the logical approach to a website’s framework and navigation are design abilities that scream left side brain function.
On the other hand, visiting a boring, flat, colorless and yet very functional website is kind of like going to the dentist. You don’t really want to go, but you may have to for some very important reason. However, the odds of you spending any length of time there is – slim to none.
But how many times have you visited a website and couldn’t find your way around, couldn’t use the store or were frustrated by the virtual aimlessness of the experience even though it was pleasing to the eye.
Websites are about more than just code or color. They require the marriage of the logical and the artistic designed in harmony in order to fulfill your vision and personality.
Daniel Holdings can help with that.
As a writer, he’s a creative guy that not only has a way with words but is also very visual. However, decades ago he trained in the military as a mainframe computer technician who had to learn computer theory long before he was loosed on any machine. As such, he’s also logical in his approach to website design and the results can be stunning.
It is his duality of logic and design that enable him to capture your organization’s internet intent.
Why not drop him a note to find out how he can help with your website design today?