From the author: if you are visiting a site for the first time, then this event can be compared to traveling in an unfamiliar area: the local people, of course, are easily guided in it, but for you, the presence of signs or other signs is vital. And no matter how beautiful places and sights the new city abounds for you, getting lost in an unfamiliar place is not the most pleasant feeling, especially if you came here for a certain purpose, and visiting architectural monuments is not yet included in your plans.
The situation with the site is approximately the same: you visit it in order to purchase any product, but because of the inconvenient navigation, spend much more time on the purchase. And if you knew the structure of the site, you could do it in one minute. That is why the convenience of using a site or usability in web design is one of the main tasks of every web designer. Continue reading
What every web designer should know and be able to not face the dirt
What every web designer should know and be able to
From the author: I welcome you, dear colleagues in the workshop, as well as those who dream of getting there. You probably know that in order to create a beautiful, convenient and functional website, you need a wealth of experience in web design. Any self-respecting web designer should own graphic editors, however, this is not enough. What else should he know and be able to?
He must clearly understand with what tools and methods it is possible to realize even the craziest idea of the Continue reading
From the author: The year 2016 has ended, it is always interesting to go back and see how much the workflow has improved over the previous 12 months. It’s amazing how much has changed over the year: your tools, techniques.
Personally, I remember in 2016 design and UX that Chrome applications have become a full-fledged version of web design. I wrote in 2016 about three of them.
Web Design 2016: Chrome attacks! Continue reading