I am a qualifying web designer. I use Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 authoring suite to design websites at entrant level.
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In order to qualify as an Adobe Certified Associate, I require either a small business, or an burgeoning entrepreneur, willing to have a website designed to World Wide Web Consortium standards and hosted to a live server.
I am offering a competitive rate because I need to complete this project within two months and need the experience. I will provide on-going service to improve the website to the specifications of the client,...
I provide a website design service using the Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 authoring suite. This facilitates the integration of features that we now take for granted, such as form data encryption.
My website design adheres to current World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards, accessibility being one aspect, where the more challenged users of the web may achieve equality of access to, and derive pleasure from their experience of, the web.
Responsive Design, that is, website design that adapts to the variety of devices from which the Web can be viewed, is an integral part of the service provided. Anecdotal evidence suggests that most people access the web using portable or handheld devices. As we are busy people, access to the web is important when away from the desktop. The humble coffee shop doubles as an office for an hour, but what is achieved in that time owes much to the fact that portable devices have as much processing power as fixed devices.
For this reason, Responsive Design principles dictate that web design start with handheld and portable devices. This is an approach I embrace. The success of a website and ultimately the product, is quite literally determined by its success on a portable device.
A hosting service is integrated into the design package; however, the choice of web host is on approval by the client. There are many Web hosting providers, some offer competitive deals, but upon further investigation, such providers may be unsuitable for the majority of...
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