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No matter how big or small your website might be, the role of input forms cannot be underestimated. Forms can be used for a variety of purposes, generally to collect data from users and website visitors, such as contact forms, registration forms, and so on.
When it comes to design, nothing actually beats the importance of feedback during the entire design process. Seeking feedback from team members as well as users and clients is an excellent method of ensuring that the overall design of the product is in sync with the expectations and requirements.
Nowadays, more and more businesses are going online, simply because the internet is gaining popularity with each passing day. Furthermore, due to our busy lifestyle, hardly any of us have the time and desire to visit mainstream retail outlets on a regular basis. As a result, online shopping, or eCommerce, is gaining momentum with each passing day.
These buzz words “user experience” (UX) and “usability” get used often when it comes to web design. But they both boil down to making sure you are delivering the best website/software/app that matches the audience who will be using said product.
Before you start thinking about the design of a website, the first step is to think about your content and how it should be organized. I could do a whole other blog post on how to organize content on a website, but in this post I will discuss some of the tools to help you think through the early stages of a website.
When it comes to design prototyping, there are various ways in which you can improve your efficiency. In web design, one such method is wireframing.
When it comes to web design, there are many concepts that deserve our attention, such as user experience, design elements, responsiveness, color selection, typography, and so on. One such concept associated with web design, and sadly often overlooked, is that of negative space.
There are way too many things to keep in mind when designing a website. With all the developer details, architecture changes, and project managers carping about deadlines, we sometimes need a little no-tech inspiration on how to make websites look awesome. What follows are five ways to do just that.