Ecommerce websites perth service is still a hot ticket. As a matter of fact a lot of businesses today are now jumping in the bandwagon of having their presence online. With this shift in trend, web designers become in demand.
In web design the issue of continued use of Photoshop when designing websites has always been discussed and argued about. There are those who say that Photoshop will soon be replaced and that it will not be the first choice among designers.
People ask for Photoshop
The fact is that as a designer you really do not have the freedom to choose the software that you will use when designing the website. The software will be dependent on what your client will require from you.
Reality is that it is really difficult to use anything else apart from Photoshop in creating designs. Even if you try some alternatives, most teams and designers will always ask you for PSD files. Through time, PSD has been the very secure option for web designers. Most professional developers are expert in using Photoshop and it is easier for them to extract graphics from PSD files. If you are a freelancer and will work with various teams, you need to anticipate that your colleagues will ask PSD files from you.
Adobe wants developers to use Photoshop
Many web developers have been waiting for Adobe’s response to the increasing demand to make PSD responsive. Adobe does not explicitly tell developers that there is already a new app and that developers should stop the use of Photoshop when designing websites. Now, you can actually design the website with the use of Reflow from scratch or you can import the PSD files and make them interactive or responsive. The perfect solution that you can ask for is if your client will ask you both PSD files and if he wants mobile screens. You can get rid of PSD file into Reflow, scale some elements and rearrange and then produce different screens for your designs.
Design website from scratch
Many web designers who know how to use HTML/CSS started to design with the use of browser and simply skip the design process in software such as Photoshop.