Web Design Basics
Today, the first experience that many people have with your brand is through your website. If you provide them with a good experience, they will likely stick with you. Unfortunately, there are a few very common mistakes that web designers seem to make when it comes to UX design. Take a look at these mistakes, and what you can do to avoid them.
Website development is said to be a breeze. It is a lie! If it was simple, everyone would have one, just for fun. Yes, the basic concept is simple, but there are many things that you should know before you get started trying to set one up. Web hosting, domain name selection and deciding if you want to use templates or code.
Everyone knows that to build and maintain a successful web presence, you have to keep up with the latest trends. Hamburger menus, infinite scroll, videos playing in the background - there are hundreds of articles covering these types of trends, and why you should supposedly be implementing them, but there isn't much content that describes how or why these trends emerge in the first place.
Creating excellent web typography design calls for a balance between what is trending and basic design skills. Even the most beautiful design isn't of much use if the website visitor can't understand what the type is trying to convey. It is important to understand the trends but not be so tied to them that you sacrifice the overall aesthetic of the design.
We all have come across sites that look horribly clumsy. I mean there are some sites that have so many elements on them that it is almost impossible for a normal visitor like you or I to concentrate on a single item at one time. If you are planning to design a simple website with clean interface and have no idea where to start from, you need to read this article.
The web is a big business these days. In fact, if you are a company in any sort of competitive field, chances are you will need a website just to be viable. The visibility is essential for publicity, and today, even just for legitimacy.