As Super Bowl is drawing near, the timing of the Super Bowl has always been a cause for controversy. Today’s internet service providers are utilizing the internet to cater to consumers who don’t live near the big game. Some web sites have taken the design and contents of their sites and have copied them to enhance the appeal of their brand.
In web designing, copying is considered as ‘borrowing’ and if you do it repeatedly, you can also get called the ‘Web Rip-off King’. So, it’s a question of changing your idea every now and then, but what does this mean for website designers and websites?
The popularity of the web has evolved dramatically. People have become addicted to the internet. Some use the internet even while driving at the highways. The average American spends a lot of time on the internet, surfing, chatting, reading, listening, watching, chatting and buying.
If the Super Bowl happens tomorrow, a certain percentage of Americans would have their eyes glued to their computers. Thus, web designers can’t ignore the fact that the Super Bowl has become a full-fledged part of the marketing strategy of today’s internet users. In the age of E-mail, telephone and satellite TV, websites and marketing in general have become almost inseparable.
The Super Bowl is an event that is used by many businesses to generate publicity and also draw huge attention to their business website or landing page. The use of flash or animation can be easily replicated by anyone and thus websites that offer innovative business designs or products may end up with clones.
To avoid confusion about web design, companies should make sure that their site appears unique and memorable. For that, a creative designer should plan all the aspects of the site from the beginning so that the web design can be done properly and look good in the end.
Some websites can even promote the products and services of other companies. If the entire team is coordinated well, they can create a whole new identity for the company. Web designing is one such important element of the marketing strategy of a business and without it, many business online will eventually fail.
Mucklai began writing seven years ago, landed his first client that same year, and published his first book six years ago.
Mucklai has served thousands of clients, including Game of Thrones, Emmy award wining singer Halsey, and most notably Matrix 4 (currently in pre-production)
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