In a perfect world, working on a Lakeland web design project should be as simple as it could be. Once you have gotten the assignment for the project, you have team members who are easy to work with and share your professional and creative drive for the success of the project. Not only that but the assets that you receive for the project as of great quality, with no need for a follow up on these. The images are the right size for the needs of the project and everything that you need is there.
Unfortunately, in the real world, things rarely go as smoothly as you’d like them to go. The truth of the matter is, you’re going to have to deal with poor-quality assets when you work on a Lakeland web design, and very little opportunity to fix these assets. To help you make the most of these, here are a few tips.
One of the most common problems you’re going to run into if you have to deal with bad assets is poor-quality images. This happens more common than you would think because website owners assume that since the image looks fine on their phones, which they used to take the photo, it will do well enough on their websites.
Not many business owners are willing to invest in professional photography, which makes it difficult to work with their assets on their website’s design. The best way to work around this is by leaning into the smaller image size and quality and making use of them as is on the site. For example, team images can remain that size and can be placed strategically to make it look like this is how you planned it.
Poor choice in colors
Sometimes you’re going to end up with a client who has questionable taste in color choice when it comes to their Lakeland web design. If this happens, again, just be as creative with it as possible. Use the same color palette, but spread out the color use so that the colors don’t end up clashing with one another.
Logos are one of the assets that you have the least amount of control over because this is the client’s logo. However, what you can do is minimize the use of these logos on the site’s design. You can keep the logo to one part of the web design to avoid drawing too much attention to it while still making use of it on the site’s design.