About web design

Design is a creative process that involves collecting ideas and arranging them in an aesthetically pleasing way, guided by specific principles and with a particular purpose in mind. When it comes to web design, this process is focused on creating electronic web pages that can be accessed by end-users through the internet using a web browser.

In today's mobile-driven world, it's not enough for a website to be simply mobile-friendly - it needs to be responsive. A responsive website is one that automatically adjusts to fit the device that's being used to view it. This ensures that the user experience is excellent, regardless of the size of the screen being used.

A well-designed responsive website features an easy-to-read font, clear and accessible menus, and content that doesn't require the user to pinch and zoom in order to read it. By prioritizing these design elements, a responsive website can provide an optimal user experience, no matter what device is being used.

Fully Responsive

Conforms to device that’s viewing it

Well Documented

Stay up-to-date on industry trends

Elegant Design

Beautiful and visually compelling

Bootstrap Based

Front-end framework for web design

Extensive Experience

Enthusiastic art designer motivated by challenging projects

Crafting state-of-the-art, user-friendly websites is my true passion. I am constantly seeking out new technologies, staying up-to-date on industry trends and advancements, and pursuing continued education to stay ahead of the curve.

I am driven by a commitment to delivering exceptional work to each and every partner, and I bring a professional, high-class approach to every project. My designs are characterized by attention to detail, intelligent functionality, and a focus on usability.

With a deep understanding of user experience and a keen eye for design, I am dedicated to creating websites that not only look great, but also provide a seamless and intuitive experience for the end user. I work closely with my clients to understand their unique needs and goals, and I am committed to delivering a finished product that exceeds their expectations.

My passion for building cutting-edge, user-friendly websites is matched only by my commitment to delivering exceptional work. With a focus on continued learning and a dedication to quality and detail, I am confident in my ability to create professional, intelligent designs that will help my clients succeed in today's competitive online marketplace.

  • Romanian freelancer with over 35 years of professional experience in both print and web design, primary focus on creative design, book covers, posters, brochures, publishing and prepress.

  • Dedicated on web design and development, specializing in customised awesome Bootstrap themes, design and develop websites from concept to completion and post production site maintenance.

  • Self-educated creative artist, digital music composer, audio / video and network engineer.

  • Certified service engineer for medical devices and blood cell processing systems.

Print Production

As a novice designer, sending a job to the printer can be a daunting and potentially expensive process that often involves a frustrating cycle of trial and error. However, with the right knowledge and skills, you can effectively manage your print jobs and ensure that you are getting the best possible results for your budget.

To do this, it's important to have a solid understanding of how print production works. This includes knowing the different types of printing processes and materials available, as well as understanding color management and resolution requirements. By having a good grasp of these concepts, you can make informed decisions about the design and production process, ensuring that your final product meets your expectations.

In addition to technical knowledge, effective communication with print professionals is also a crucial aspect of managing a print job. This includes clearly conveying your design goals and expectations, as well as understanding the capabilities and limitations of the printing equipment and materials. By working closely with your print vendor, you can ensure that your design is executed correctly and efficiently, while also avoiding costly mistakes and delays.

Finally, identifying the best design solution for your budget is another critical component of managing a print job. This involves making strategic decisions about the materials, colors, and printing techniques used, while also keeping your budget in mind. By balancing your design goals with your budget constraints, you can create a high-quality product that meets your needs without breaking the bank.

Adobe Photoshop

It has become de facto industry standard in raster graphics editing.

Adobe Illustrator

Illustrator provides best results in the typesetting and vector design.

Quark Xpress

Is used by designers and publishing houses for a variety of layouts.

Book Covers

Like a record sleeve, a book cover is a crucial element of the reading experience.

It's the first thing you see, and a great cover can draw you in and persuade you to start that journey of discovery, page by page. Some are iconic, some are clever, some are beautiful and many have transcended their original home to become as famous as the book itself.

Your book cover is one of the most important aspects of marketing your book. However much time you spend on getting people to your book sales page, they won’t buy the book if the cover isn’t enticing. I absolutely recommend that you use a professional for your cover design in order to make it the most effective for your book.

A fantastic book cover is an investment, and a sure way to get the right effect if you’re a professional artist and designer. A professional, beautiful cover that really sells your book is a valuable promotional tool; a traditional publisher would never skip this step.

Crazy Posters

Behind a good poster should be a intelligent message or smart idea.

Whether it was for self-promotion or a client, posters can be a fun way to present a message and do some interesting things with design. The top priority of a poster is generally to expose someone to an event. Key information should be easy to read from a distance to held draw people to the poster and create a hierarchy in the text. You have one glance to grab someone’s attention with a poster. High contrast between elements can help you do that. Forget a monotone color palette with pale gradients; go bold with color and type options. Poster design is a great time to try a typeface or color palette that might be too “crazy” for other projects.

The goal of every poster is to expose people to something. Most of these “touches” involve inviting someone to something, such as a concert or movie or other event. For that reason a call to action is vital. Think of it in the same way you would if designing a call to action for a website or app – give it a high-level of prominence in the design. Poster design is a place where designers can have a lot of fun. While there are plenty of things to think about and consider, this is an area where you can break the rules and go a little crazy with design. So go for it. Try something that you’ve wanted to do or take the opportunity to learn a new technique or skill. Stretch your imagination to create something new and fresh. The goal of a poster is to grab attention from afar.

Creative Brochures

Compared with a flyer, a brochure usually uses higher-quality paper, more color, and is folded.

A brochure is an informative paper document (often also used for advertising), that can be folded into a template, pamphlet or leaflet. Brochures are advertising pieces mainly used to introduce a company or organization and inform about products or services to a target audience. Brochures are often printed using four-color process on thick, glossy paper to give an initial impression of quality. Businesses may print small quantities of brochures on a computer printer or on a digital printer, but offset printing turns out higher quantities for less cost.

A well-designed brochure is a part of any business’s marketing strategy because of its impact. It is a portable advertisement holding the information and facts about your business and services. A well-designed brochure can let your target audience know about your business, why they should choose you and it also helps in building the trust and credibility in the minds of your consumers. This marketing tool is something tangible that a customer can hold on to and even pass on to their family and friends.

Brochure Collections

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About the Value

It's about the value, not price... and give you a best and quality deal.

Just like the people they represent, websites, book covers, posters, and brochures are not all created equal. Each serves a unique purpose and requires different levels of technology, design, and functionality, resulting in varying costs to suit your specific needs.

It's not just about any design, however - it's about achieving a great design that is clear, crisp, easy to read, and highly functional. Achieving this level of quality does come at a cost, but it needn't be as high as a corporate CEO's gold watch.

When investing in design, it's important to consider the value that it can bring to your project or business. High-quality design can help to convey your message clearly and effectively, increase engagement, and ultimately drive sales or conversions. By prioritizing design and investing in a quality product, you are investing in the success of your venture.

Of course, cost is always a consideration. However, it's important to balance your budget with your goals and expectations. A well-designed product can be a worthwhile investment, often paying for itself over time in increased sales or engagement.

While the cost of design can vary greatly depending on your needs, it's important to prioritize quality and functionality when investing in any design project. By doing so, you can achieve your goals and ultimately drive success for your business or project.

Value of Design

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Resume / Personal
Presentation Website

€ 299

without domain hosting and registration

  • One page website
    Bootstrap framework
    Responsive design
    Retina ready
    Parallax background
    Full screen slider
    Video section
Small Business
Presentation Website

€ 399

without domain hosting and registration

  • Dynamic website
    Bootstrap framework
    Responsive design
    Retina ready
    Parallax background
    Full screen slider
    Contact form
Medium Business
Presentation Website

€ 499

without domain hosting and registration

  • Productive website
    Bootstrap framework
    Responsive design
    Retina ready
    Parallax background
    Full screen slider
    Mini online store
Poster / Flyer

€ 49 / 99

without / with copywrighting

  • Illustrator layout
    Photoshop editing
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output
Book Cover

€ 199

without optional ISBN

  • Illustrator layout
    Photoshop editing
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output

€ 299 / 399

without / with copywrighting

  • Quark Xpress layout
    Photoshop editing
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output
Book Editing

€ 0.99 / page

without covers

  • Quark Xpress layout
    Office charts & tables
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output
Local Newspaper

€ 4.99 / page

without commercial ads

  • Quark Xpress layout
    Photoshop editing
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output
Magazine Editing

€ 9.99 / page

without commercial ads

  • Quark Xpress layout
    Photoshop editing
    Automatic pagination
    CMYK conversion
    Bleed & crop marks
    Prepress PDF output
Software & Hardware


The graphic design tools you need

Wherever you look, you see graphics of all kinds. The job titles of people who create them are similarly expansive: visual designer, user experience and interface designer, information architect, web designer, illustrator, interaction designer, app designer, photo retoucher, animator, surface and pattern designer, type designer, and on and on. Luckily, we have splendid tools at our disposal, each with its own place in the toolbox. However, as developers expand the software's functionality and as we evolve as designers, those original boundaries become harder to distinguish.

For example, while Photoshop is the go-to photo-editing tool, it also creates awesome photo-realistic text effects and AI landscapes. In 1989, no one would probably have guessed that Photoshop would become the favorite front-end design tool. In the dark ages BC (before computers), producing a color newsletter, for example, was a colossal undertaking that required a team of specialists with expensive equipment. I look back and can't imagine how we managed.

The process it's insane compared with the process and tools we use now and the way we create designs today using the software in this roundup. Now a single person can design a project, send their files to an offset print house where they print the files direct-to-plate, load them on the press, and print. Digital printing is even easier, though I prefer the quality of offset.

Each user has different goals, psyches, and abilities, and with this apps, you're sure to discover the tools and process that meet your needs. Ultimately, you should choose the tools with which you feel most proficient—and stay with those that issue timely, purposeful upgrades. It's important that your software encourages your technical growth and challenges you to boost the skills you need in order to keep yourself relevant during today's visual design and interface sea changes.


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Apple M1

8 core CPU
16-core Neural Engine

  • 16GB unified memory
    1TB SSD drive
    8 core GPU
    24" Retina 4.5K LCD
MacBook Air

Apple M1

8 core CPU
16-core Neural Engine

  • 8GB unified memory
    512GB SSD drive
    8 core GPU
    13.3" IPS LED LCD
iPad Air

10.5" Retina

A12 Bionic chip

  • 8MP HDR camera
    Touch ID, Apple pay
    Apple Pencil, AirPods Pro
    Smart keyboard cover
iPhone XR

6.1" Liquid

A12 Bionic chip

  • 12MP 4K wide camera
    Face ID, Haptic Touch
    Neutral Engine, IP67
    Smart HDR, True Tone
Power Mac 9600

PPC Mach 5 @350MHz


  • 1MB inline L2 cache
    3x 4GB SCSI-II HDD
    12x SCSI-II CD-ROM
    8MB VRAM 128bit PCI
    20" Apple Vision 850
PowerBook G3

PPC 750 G3 @250MHz


  • 512KB backside L2 cache
    20x IDE/ATA CD-ROM
    2MB SGRAM 64bit PCI
    12.1" SVGA TFT LCD
Power Mac G4

PPC 7450 G4 @800MHz

768MB 133 SDRAM

  • 256KB L2 cache
    24x IDE/SATA CD-RW
    32MB ATI Radeon 7500
    20" Apple Studio CRT
Power Mac G5

Dual PPC G5 @2.7GHz

1.5GB 3200 SDRAM

  • 512KB L2 cache
    250GB SATA HDD
    256MB ATI Radeon 9650
    17" Flatron TFT LCD
    30" Apple Cinema HD
Apple Laser
Writer 12/660

Canon Laser Engine

Color A4 3p/m

  • AMD 29030 @30MHz
    40MB RAM + AppleTalk
    10Base-T Ethernet
    CMYK color 600dpi
Minolta CF900
Digital Color

Raster image processor

Color A3 6p/m

  • MIPS R4700 @133MHz
    EFI Fiery XJ250+ RIP
    LCD Touch screen panel
    CMYK contone 400dpi
Xerox Digital
DocuTech 65

Xerox Laser Engine

B/W A3 65p/m

  • UltraSparc II @440MHz
    Sun Ultra 10 Workstation
    Solaris OS DocuSP 2.0
    600x1200dpi duplex
Xerox Digital
DocuColor 12

Raster image processor

Color A3 12p/m

  • Pentium III @866MHz
    EFI Fiery EX12 RIP
    LCD Color control panel
    CMYK 8bit 600dpi duplex
Xerox Scanner
DigiPath 620S

A3 600dpi

20p/m duplex feeder

  • Pentium III @927MHz
    512MB Work Station
    20GB Travan backup tape
    DigiPath + Preps 4.0
Umax Scanner
Power Look III

1200dpi optic

9600dpi max. res.

  • 24/36bit flatbed scanner
    215x297mm scan area
    13.8ms/line scan speed
    Prepress color profile
Minolta Film
QuickScan 35+

10bit A/D-C

35mm 110dpi/mm

  • 2688x4032dpi 24bit
    3CCD RGB 8bit/channel
    SCSI-II Twain interface
    Kodak digital color filters

A3 120p/m

600x600dpi one ink

  • Thermal film transfer print
    31 sec. A3 master matrix
    Direct Touch display
    50-200% digital zoom

AMD 386DX @40MHz

8 / 12MB DRAM

  • 200MB IDE HDD
    4x IDE CD-ROM
    Pro Audio Spectrum 16
    14" Bridge SVGA CRT
    2 x 10W PC Speakers
    14.4kbps Fax modem

Intel Celeron II @800MHz

256MB 133 DRAM

    32x CD-RW/DVD-ROM
    64MB GeForce MX AGP
    C-Media 5.1 CMI8738
    17" Gateway Trintron CRT
    Kinio S650 5.1 System
    33.6kbps Fax modem

Pentium 4HT @3GHz

1GB 2700 SDRAM

  • 400 + 300GB SATA HDD
    256MB ATI Radeon 9600
    AC'97 2.3 5.1 Audio
    17" AOC flatscreen CRT
    Zalman 5.1 Headphones
    macOS 10.4.11 Tiger X86

Intel Core i3 @3.2GHz

8GB 1600 DDR3

  • 2x 120GB SSD + 3TB HDD
    16x DL DVD+RW/BD-ROM
    1GB ATI Radeon HD4670
    Realtek 7.1 HD Audio
    21.5" Benq HD LED LCD
    Pioneer HDR Headphone
    macOS 10.10.5 Yosemite