Feeling stuck? Do you want some fresh ideas for your web design projects? Even the most brilliant minds need to get inspired. Perhaps we can be of assistance with a few website samples coming from Muffin Group. As you’re about to find out, Be Theme helps make beautiful web pages.
Aesthetics is something you care about as a creative individual. However, if you’re going to be a productive web designer, you also need to get work done fast. As it happens, Be Theme has 80 pre-set homepage layouts you can install with a click. That’s 80 tailor-made designs for 80 different types of clients. So whatever this year may bring, don’t waste any time in creating professional websites.
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Bottom line is that you need to work with a versatile theme, ready to handle whatever project you throw at it.
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If you operate a website for personal use or a business, chances are you may be due for a redesign. But where exactly do you begin? If you’re looking to start your project off on the right foot, there are numerous UX activities that you can take advantage of.
One of these activities is referred to as competitive usability testing, which are usability studies of not only the existing website design, but also several competitor websites. Whatever you do, do not decide to just hop on your computer and begin the redesigning process immediately.
If you find that you need to redesign your website, you will still want to hang on to the original design so that you can learn from it, as well as use it as a starting point for your new design.
Before proceeding with redesigning your website, figure out exactly just how big of a change you will need to make. If you are part of an Agile team, you will want to consider competitive usability testing, which will need to be performed during sprint zero.
Website navigation usability is the most crucial element in design. It makes the difference between a website where users find what they are looking for and one which causes so much frustration that users want to abandon it.
The whole point of designing a website is to allow access the content, so the success of the design depends entirely on the quality of navigation user experience. It has the same as the navigation of a ship out at sea, which can mean life or death to the sailors on board. A website that provides a poor navigation loses conversions and can kill the business.
Unlike content, which has to be unique, the navigation should be entirely predictable. Customers are more likely to make additional purchases or give positive feedback on a website that is a delight to navigate.
The simpler the navigation menu is, the better the user experience will be. Bear in mind that a design that is stripped down to the minimum, and only retains the key elements, will have far better navigation usability.
Gradients play an essential role in web design. There are many different possibilities of gradients that you can use, such as linear or radial. You can use a wide variety of shades and colors to add interest and depth.
Gradients are very important to making your website unique and attractive. No matter how you choose to do your gradients, it will make your website stand out amongst all the other websites.
Consider using the CSS gradients instead of a background image, because using a background image can be difficult. Even though it is difficult, it can still be done while you are integrating responsive design in your CSS.
The use of gradients has greatly increased among website designers in the last few years. This is because it has never been easier to use the CSS3 styling attributes. This allows almost anyone to be able to add gradients to their website.
Gradients also provide a great visual appeal to your site. However, it is important to remember to use your gradients within reason and not go too overboard with their use.
In this article you will see a showcase of websites who use gradients in their website design, mostly in their background. Some of these sites use CSS3 gradients while other simply apply them to an image. If you’ve ever thought of using this effect on one of the websites that you are working on, this is the inspiration that you need.
Besides the actual inspiration, I thought it would be helpful to you to have a few resources for this interesting effect, to save you some time searching for these.
User Interface (UI) has two parts: technological and aesthetic. The technological half is the logic and scientific method used to make not just a program work, but to ensure that users find access to the program simple to navigate. The aesthetic half provides users with an interface that is attractive visually and draws the user into the software program the way a good movie draws an audience into the story.
In some ways, getting the UI technological aspect is simpler. The program either works or it doesn’t. The aesthetic aspect is responsible for making the experience pleasant and to bring the user back to the program for additional sales or whatever the end goal may be.
Since the primary way users interface with their devices and software programs is visual, the emphasis must be on visual cues. When it comes to designing the visual cues of the aesthetic portion of the interface, color is the first thing to consider.
The correct use of color, as well as shading and contrast, will enhance any software product. Certain colors are associated with situations or positions and can influence accordingly. For example, purple has been a color reserved for royalty in many cultures. The right use of it can bring out a sense of importance to the user.
All color within the aesthetic portion of the interface must be coordinated and consistent within the program. This not only serves the purpose of supporting the UI, but a consistent use of color can also help to ‘brand’ the experience, pushing the company name and logo without jarring the user out of the experience of using their product.
In this article you will see colorful UI designs from mobile apps or mobile app designs that haven’t made the cut yet.