Often, inexperienced developers do not adhere to generally accepted standards, either because of ignorance, or because of the idea that they are smarter than others, and therefore get a terrible result. Modern web design can be divided into 6 main components: emphasis, contrast, balance, accuracy, style and ease of perception.
Scrolling through each of these parameters in your head, while creating a graphic layout, you will concentrate on the most important details of the future project. The basic principles of web design is not a magic formula that helps solve a problem in a matter of seconds, it is the foundation on which you can Continue reading
The basic principles are the same for each representative of this field of activity. They are followed by both experienced professionals and even green beginners. Do you think that, having gone to a high level, experts spit on the general rules of web design and go on a free creative flight? Everything is not at all what you think.
Therefore, professional developers are such, because they ideally fulfill the requirements of the customer and follow certain principles that correspond to modern trends. Below I will give the basic rules of web design, adhering to which, you can achieve a high level in this area. Do not forget them during the implementation of each new project, and you will be happy.
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Psychological aspects of design
The connection between psychology and web design is not necessary to prove. This is obvious, if only because the transmission of information by means of Internet resources has clear laws and principles of perception, based on the same laws that apply in practice psychology in everyday life, business, advertising, relationships between people, in the end. What is important here? Color, text, graphics …
The visitor visits the site, begins to consciously and subconsciously read the information. Feelings awakening in this case are actually a psychological reaction – positive, negative. All this is possible to calculate, analyze, correct – you only need to know how. Continue reading