Website design is a niche that I dabble in from time-to-time with the help of wonderful graphic designers and coders who appreciate the fine art of online work.
My interest in coding and design comes naturally from both sides of the family. Starting at early ages, Dad began programing as a pharmaceutical resident at Baylor, when he had to design a new program for the hospital, and Mom launched with schooling in graphic design before going on to create graphics for companies such as BCBS and Attendee Management, Inc. Needless to say, their influence added to my overall fascination with the subject.
During college, I joined Mom as a part-time designer at Attendee Management where I learned some of the html language as well as techniques for web design. Nowadays, I utilize building platforms such as Weebly and Wix, but the experience remains invaluable as I continue to use the methods learned to this day. In fact, you can see examples of how I used my education to complete this site.
Though my job experience has largely impacted my design style, I also use several outside resources to fluff up my design knowledge. After all, who can remember every single one of the attributes they have inserted into various sites? I sure can't!
So, if you are interested in getting into coding and graphics yourself, feel free to check out the links below for good beginner resources*.
*If you take a look and coding seems like more than you want to get into at the moment, contact me for estimates on design services. I can not only build your new website, but I can also add to content as your business grows.
Good luck getting started in the exciting world of online design. I look forward to seeing great new designers coming about! Feel free to comment with any questions as you experiment with your own projects.
*Please note: Within this page, I utilize a variety of both internal and external links in order to provide readers with ample resources to pursue their own self-discovery within the creative process. Some of these links are affiliate links, which means that by clicking through and/or making a purchase you may help me earn a small commission that aids in my ability to continue creating the content published on this site. Using these links in no way subjects you to any additional cost or obligation of purchase. In advance, I personally thank you for helping Dani's Dabbles continue to grow!