You might not care how your website works or looks when you do it just for fun or just as a formality. But if you expect for your website to be the tool that ultimately will help you make more money, you should take it serious. If you are thinking about hiring a pro for the job, read on, hopefully this will help you find one that will deliver best results.
Web designers value their work, it's a known fact no doubt about it. And when you hire a designer, and it's not a school boy who lives with his parents, have no major commitments and make websites to earn some extra cash for the movies, chances are that you will pay a fair amount of money. So is a 200$ website a really a lost cause? Not necessarily.
A good few months have passed since I wrote a post with an introduction to RWD. This is somehow good because now I know more about this than I knew back then, and it proves that this time was well spended.
If for the past few days, weeks, months, you constantly hear term Responsive Web Design or RWD and you kinda know what it is but not really. This article is for you :-) Those more familiar with this topic I encourage to check my blog a bit later as I will write more about RWD in few days.
At the outset I explain that my intention is not to discourage the flash based websites. On the contrary, the flash is certainly worth attention. I say more, It's the basis of my every day work. However, not all gold that shines and there are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on a Flash based website.
When creating a website sooner or later each of us will put this question before. I think the correct answer is never clear, and most often looks like this: "depends on what you need it for". And this is a very good starting point.