The Art of Web Design has always been about the artistically expressive use of images and typography to enhance a site’s experience.
Now, thanks to new technology, designers can create and share digital work that is a bit more personal, and a bit less commercial.
The new digital tools are being developed by Bridgett Johnson, a web designer and entrepreneur from Bridgetts Beach, Florida, who has been working on the topic since the 1980s.
Johnson was inspired to develop a new digital format for her work after seeing a web site featuring her photograph, “The Painted Bird,” on the cover of Time magazine.
The photograph featured her sitting in a birdcage on a tropical island with her hands behind her back, as if she was having a seizure.
The photo sparked her interest in digital media, which led her to a career in graphic design and photography.
Her passion for creating digital images began as a result of her own experience as a child.
She says she first started to use digital photography when she was 8 years old, and was amazed by how much better the pictures turned out.
“I’ve been using digital photography for over 40 years, and I think I’ve developed an affinity for it,” she says.
“It’s a beautiful format for me to use.
It’s the perfect way to show my family and friends that I can do what I love, and it’s the format that I think makes a great photograph.”
For her latest work, Johnson has created the “Digital Photographic Works” section on her website.
“This is an experiment,” she explains, “I hope that it becomes something that people like to read about and read about.
But, as I say, I think it’s important to keep things in perspective.
This is just my personal project, but hopefully it will be something that other designers and artists can use to their advantage.”
Digital Web Design is a new technology that has emerged as the industry continues to mature.
The process is very similar to creating a digital photo for your own personal use, but the image is created digitally rather than by a traditional digital camera.
The image is then displayed on a webpage that has been created with the new technology.
In the case of a “digital” website, the image can be displayed in a “small” size, and the image itself can be easily zoomed or minimized to a smaller size, making it more easily viewed in smaller screens.
But for a “traditional” website such as a news site, the design is more complex.
This requires more time and resources, but in a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Johnson says that she has already seen a positive impact from the process.
“People love it.
They love the simplicity of it, and they love the ability to take a picture and display it anywhere they want,” she told The Huffington Posts.
“For the last 10 years, I’ve been working with some really talented people, and this is one of their first attempts at getting a website to display a digital image.
I’m really excited about that.”
Johnson’s team is currently working on a prototype that she hopes will be ready for public release in the fall.
“In the past, I would have to design it myself, but I feel like the time is right now,” she said.
“We have a prototype, and we want to make sure that everyone can use it, that it’s easy to use, and that people can share it with their friends.
We’re going to be releasing it in the first half of next year.”
She says that there are other sites and services available for designers to use for creating their own digital content.
“There are plenty of other sites out there for designers, and many of them have all the right tools, and you can even make your own tools.
And, they can be really good.”
Sources: Bridgetty Johnson’s website, The American Design Institute, Huffington Post