Dealing with a web design quote

written by Web designers London on September 20, 2012 in Web design with 7 comments

Create a responsive navigation

In this post you will learn how to create a responsive navigation. Now with more and more people viewing websites on all different media devices, it is important you cater for the millions of smart phone users.

In this tutorial we will looking at a standard web page layout that when viewed on a smaller screen size the main navigation disappears and is replaced with a menu drop down icon, that when clicked displays the navigation. Take a look at what we will be creating here.

So lets get started, firstly we will start with the HTML mark up before the HEAD tag we need to insert the jQuery code. We are linking to the latest jQuery code.

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var nb = $(

7 Responses to “Dealing with a web design quote

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  2. It’s a really difficult area, Derek. On the one hand you have to educate the client about what works well on the web and on the other you don’t want to seem like you’re lecturing them about their business.

    I think your three price points work really well.

    I’ve received a few of those “copy and paste” enquiries!

    • You are right Rob it is finding the right balance, sometimes you have to let the client find out the hard way.

      Cheers I really tried to make to make the site uncluttered and to the point.

  3. I like your attitude towards getting the customer involved, having a look at their competitors and doing a bit of research into their business to provide a great service. Whilst we the customer can give you the content and photos etc we rely on you the web designer, to create a fab looking page and inform us of a variety of choices to add to the site such as animation/brochures/gallery options etc and of course how to get the edge over our other competitors sites!

    • Hi Nikki,

      There has to be good communication between the client and the web designer. At the end of the day it is the clients business and the web designer can only understand the business with good communication between both parties.

    • Yes friendly URLs are a must! If your website is running on WordPress it is not to much trouble to change the permalinks in the settings. Just makes sure any previous pages settled in Google has a 301 redirect pointing to the new friendly URLs.

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