Top Web Design Quotes for Web Designers & Developers

Top Web Design Quotes

Are you a web designer? We know that being a web designer is not an easy job. You have to do research, create designs and make sure the website looks good on all devices. It’s also important to keep up with new trends in design so your site can stand out from the crowd. That’s why we created this list of quotes about web design for you to enjoy!  Here are some inspiring quotes that will help you stay motivated and continue doing what you love every day.

 

Websites promote you 24/7: No employee will do that.

Paul Cookson

Great web design without functionality is like a sports car with no engine.

Paul Cookson

Website without visitors is like a ship lost in the horizon.

Dr Christopher Dayagdag

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with. The new becomes threatening, the old reassuring.

Paul Rand

Your website is the center of your digital ecosystem, like a brick and mortar location, the experience matters once a customer enters, just as much as the perception they have of you before they walk through the door.

Leland Dieno

There are three responses to a piece of design - yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.

Milton Glaser

Remember, the web isn't about control. If a visitor to your site is familiar with using a browser's native form doodad, you won't be doing them any favors if you override the browser functionality with your own widget, even if you think your widget looks better.

Jeremy Keith

Most sites need to prevent breadth - many many pages that are organized cohesively. A site that presents a single webpage is unlikely to present sufficient depth of content to justify extensive SEO.

Harold Davis

A successful website does three things: It attracts the right kinds of visitors. Guides them to the main services or products you offer. Collect Contact details for future ongoing relation.

Mohamed Saad

If there’s one thing you learn by working on a lot of different Web sites, it’s that almost any design idea-no matter how appallingly bad-can be made usable in the right circumstances, with enough effort.

Steve Krug