Art Unlimited: Web Design And Digital Art

Web design is often overlooked as something technical and limited to the virtual world of HTML codes and Java Scripts but not art. The subtle restriction definition of art: that it is only on sketching, painting, carving and sculpting. Like these art forms, Web Design starts from a blank paper, canvas, stone and clay. The wide array of colors are added after an idea sprouts, then another idea, then the experimenting of these colors to create something surreal yet virtual, untouchable but felt–until it blends everything perfectly to create what web developers wants the best: personality.

Along came a Spider

According to Kyle Feidler, a web developer who also does workshop about web designs, said that, “Design is the entire experience from the moment users enter your site to well after they’ve left.” Like meeting someone new and they leave an impression and that sticks around for long. You enter a virtual portal that led you to a ride through what trucking in Cambridge is like, transporting goods on time. Even what a cup of latte in Madrid looks like, skiing in Alaska. Then the ride is over, but you want to try again, this time for real. That’s the magic spell of effective web design, it compels you to actually live the experience.

Not A Nobody

The most famous web designers have a well-built portfolio. Not all people know them but take John Foster for example, according to Tom May in his article entitled, “8 Inspiring Digital Art Portfolios and Why They Work”, John Foster is a science fiction and fantasy artist who has a website where he posted his works: covers, fan arts, book jackets and et cetera, making him more attractive to clients who wants to pay him for that Digital Art service. There is money in art.

Connecting Almost Everything

What is the relationship between Web Design and Digital Art? Web Design is part of Digital Art, dear reader. Let me ask you, can aesthetic photographs in Instagram be a Digital Art?  The answer is yes. Popular web designer Mike Kus has an Instagram account with over 837,000 followers, as reported also by Tom May in the website Creative Bloq. Mike Kus has captured his followers by giving them vitamins to their eyes:  picturesque photographs. Web Designers speaks volumes even when their subject is a man trucking in Cambridge, or a cup of coffee on a table in Madrid and confetti coming down during a wedding in Maldives. Digital art and its message, immortalized now and forever

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