Who I am?
Hello and welcome to my site about the 1986 Chernobyl Disaster. My name is John Grandt and I am a self-claimed Graphic Web Designer born in, Esbjerg, Denmark, with a passion for smart and responsive design and IT technology. My domain you will experience is a mixture of experimental design and media in the broadest sense of the word. You can find everything from WP, over HTML5, jQuery, Ajax, and not least Adobe After Effects projects. PhotoShop manipulations and much else to do with design and creativity.
Web Design is not my daily job, but my passion I dream in '360 design and designs constantly new things. Why? Because I simply can not help. The crazy guest has already discovered that my domain is a mixture of English / Danish pages. This has been the case since I got the domain in 2009. And there will still be a mix of both Danish / English on the domain, just because the domain is a so-called com domain, while I have quite a few English guests visiting Grandts.Media, which I Am glad i can attract. It must mean that some of what I do is good when speech is on design and new initiatives.
Some of my interests
UX: All aspects of user interaction with the product
: How it is perceived, learned and used
Graphic Design: typography, visual arts and page layout
New Media: research and explore the internet
Danish - native language
German - medium
English - Good
What is the difference between a good design and a great one! design?
When you sit down and start a new project, just the above should be one of the questions so you are at the forefront of the implementation issues that will inevitably arise when designing a new site no matter what customer or industry there may be The current web project.
Everyone rises to their level of incompetence. Laurence J. Peter, "The Peter Principle" American teacher and writer (1919 - 1988).
With a mission to constantly overcome your own past work and move on and really get better at what you do instead of falling into complacency, stagnation, and ultimately obsolescence. Should you always be at the forefront of the latest in design to make a difference that will enable you to do a great deal of crafts in the design and implementation of user interface design.
Unfortunately, there is not a simple, straightforward formula that you can apply to each design, the answer to the puzzle about what makes a design great instead of good enough is great. There is no secret or method of designing something that suddenly makes you a whole among your designers and causes your work to be presented on a CSS gallery online, winning an Award or simply being featured on online magazines like Eg Smashing magazine, or other of the major design sites online.
Instead of a fast, one-size-fits-all solution, individuality is the way forward, because design requires three different perspectives: the designer, your visitors, and not least the user's experience of your design. This requires listening to your visitors and trying to give advice and guidance based on the wishes your visitors may have, in comparison with what is technically possible and relevant to the desired design.
That's why I'm just trying out Design here at this domain www.grandts.com