Every web designer has his or her own signature or imprint that makes them distinguishable especially when they are very big names. You can think of this concept the same way that an artist makes his or her paint strokes differently from others, or signs his or her name at the bottom right of the painting.
Web design is more than just putting some coding together and fitting them into a page to make a website: it is making a design that will both be pleasing and very organized that the information to be found is not concealed but in plain view and easy to get.
The CNN website has very many good qualities about it that makes it very unique to Christian Broda. It has a grid inspired layout which is very nice and it gives you the news in a systematic and presentable manner but there is one thing that is very noticeable: it is that there is no precision alignment, which may also be a design that he web designer may have felt the need to eliminate.
A story like the ‘Lame duck is loose’ story featuring President Barrack Obama occupies quite a bit of the centre stage area of the website and this emphasises on the story itself.
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