Webdesign Berlin – Freelance Webdesigner Berlin

Modernes Webdesign ist die Grundvoraussetzung für Ihren Erfolg online und offline! Baukastensysteme sehen zwar sehr schön in Werbeclips im TV aus, aber schaden Ihrem Unternehmen eher, dadurch dass Sie potentielle Anfragen verlieren, denn kein Baukastensystem kann für Sie mitdenken auch wenn das in der Werbung gerne suggeriert wird.

Wir entwerfen preiswerte Websites für Firmen in Berlin und weltweit, auf Wunsch auch in mehreren Sprachen, die Sie auch selbst verwalten können. SEO ist kein Fremdwort für uns und wir helfen Ihnen dabei ihre Seiten höher in den Suchergebnissen zu platzieren.

Hier zeigen wir Ihnen einige unserer Kundenwebsites:

Elke Vogelsang Photography: Wieselblitz goes elkevogelsang.com!

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My client Elke Vogelsang wanted a new fresh design for her website, that we originally developed in 2013. We created a startpage that lets her clients choose between her two main fields – pet photography and people photography. Also a change from the original domain name: wieselblitz.de to elkevogelsang.com was wished by Elke Vogelsang. Since the relaunch of her new WordPress website in 2013 her business has taken off in part thanks to our search engine optimization. She has told me that shortly after the launch in the autumn of 2013 she has received way more requests for her services. Also thanks to her fantastic photos that she regularly posts on her Facebook and 500px profiles she has multiplied her fanbase by a huge factor. We congratulate Elke for this achievement and wish her the best for her upcoming photosessions!

Visit the page:
elkevogelsang.com

Animations for the world wide web

Why do webdesigners use vector graphics for animations?

Vector graphics are the best format to use on the web for animations due to their smaller file size in comparison to video data or simple animated pictures, like for example .gif files. Vector graphics use a sophisticated compression algorithm by displaying graphical shapes using X and Y positions. For a triangle the computer just needs to know the three positions of the end points to display a triangle that can be scaled virtually limitless without quality loss. In comparison a mere picture of the same triangle in JPEG format would increase in size by four times if you scaled it to double its size and also suffer great losses in quality and become pixelated. That is why designers use vector programs for creating fonts, logotypes and of course animations.

We have created a nice little animation below that illustrates how vector works and how small the file size of a complex web animation can be – in this case 137 kilobytes.

This movie requires Adobe Flash Player

Nowadays it is also possible to create static internet graphics in the .svg (Scalable Vector Graphics) file format. While Microsoft’s Internet Explorer kept this format (and also the .png format) from going mainstream for a while, nowadays it is fortunately implemented even in this glorious browser (Webdesigners will know what I am talking about). Nowadays Wikipedia shows most of the logos and maps in .svg format, so it is possible to scale these graphics without quality loss and put them on big posters and screens.

The main use for vector graphics on the web remains with animations nonetheless. Even though bandwidth has increased, thus making it possible to use video for a lot of websites, the use of Flash continues to this day. Major video portals like YouTube and Vimeo rely on this technology to offer their services and most of the video content on the web is still delivered this way. We acknowledge the criticism of the technology – annoying web banners, blinking popups and crashing webbrowsers due to badly scripted applications from the stone age of the net, but the advantages the technology has brought the web if used for a good cause prevail by a big margin. Nobody would condemn the invention of the printing press for all the annoying flyers and advertising that lands in our post box, so why blame a technology for the uncreative use by some of us?

Get in touch!

We would love to help you turn your vision into a graphic reality. Explaining complex circumstances by using animations and sound is a great way to reach your audience. A museum can use interactive animations to show movies about the artists to unveal the actual human being behind the paintings. The possibilities are virtually without limit. Move your clients by offering them interaction. We will do our best to make your dream come alive.

 

8 jewellery & accessoires – Your Jeweler in Munich.

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We have developed the brandnew website for 8 jewelery & accessories. The challenge was to show the wonderful interior of the showroom inside of the website. This was achieved by showing varying large pictures of the showroom inside the header of each page.

Services:

Layout and Konzept
Bilangual – English and German – To be able to address the international clientele in Munich
Picture retouching
Custom Google Map for the contact page
Google Places for business page

Wieselblitz.de Redesisn online

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Wieselblitz – Photography Elke Vogelsang

Another photography website! This time for the photographer from Hildesheim – Elke Vogelsang. The objective was to develop a new look for the website. The whole website is multilingual – English and German – using the WPML Plugin.

Scope:

Layout and Template customization
Diverse Plugins to enhance the website
SEO Optimization

You can view Elke Vogelsang photos here: wieselblitz.de/en

New website for photographer Sabrina Beerbaum

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Photography Sabrina Beerbaum – Wedding Photography and beautiful Portraits

The photographer Sabrina Beerbaum from Munich had commisioned me to do some changes to her website. The template for WordPress was customized to fit the current design.

Scope:

Layout and Template customization
Different Plugins to enhance the website
SEO Optimization

 

Webdesign for research group KFO247

For the research group 247 – “Deep Brain Stimulation” – of the German Research Foundation (DFG) desisn has been developing a website. Among other things, we implemented a calendar that can be kept up to date easily and thus helps the group to share upcoming lectures. Furthermore, the site allows the group to share their latest publications via PubMed with the global research community. The whole web site was developed using WordPress CMS. The design reflects blue color gradations that are also being used by the DFG in their identity, so a connection between the group and the DFG can be seen through the design. The whole site is bilingual in German and English, so international colleagues can connect with the group on their various collaborations.

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Scope:

WordPress installation
Theme Webdesign
Logodesign
Photo and Image editing
Calendar Plugin
Configuration of several WordPress plugins
Bilangual – English | German

Visit the page:
kfo247.de/en