Keep the design Alive, not looking dead
Updated: Dec 20, 2020
It is hard to imagine our modern world without the conveniences of multi-touch technologies, and to fully appreciate how we got here we must take a deep look throughout history. We all LOVE how Marvel's Ironman interacts with his software, its because the user experience is that good. Having your web design Alive is very important.
Why to keep your Design Alive?
An Good Website Design establishes an interaction between users and your content. This interaction allows your users to have a more personalized experience beyond just browsing a website. This content is typically user-driven through methods like quizzes, capturing product reviews, comments on articles or encouraging sharing with other people.
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Not only does interactivity provide a better user experience, these interactions can also be measured. Using the data you collect, you can see where/when/how users are clicking, and make adjustments to give them a more personalized experience. You can direct users to exactly what they’re looking for and create more relevant content for future visitors.
How to make your Design Alive?
If your design breathes, smiles and talks back then it is alive.
To make your web design breathe, have a decent amount of whitespace/negative space to let it breathe.
Whitespace not only creates harmony, balance, and helps to brand a design, it can also be used to lead a reader from one element to another. It is the space that balances things out and reminds us that designs are beautiful. We don't need to create a layout overcrowded with text and images to deliver a clear message.
Use legible and readable typography to let it smile.
Poor readability scares readers away from the content. On the other hand, legibility, done correctly, readability allows users to efficiently read and take in the information in the text. You want users to be able to read your content and absorb it easily. Readability is one of the more important aspects of Web design usability.
Place a few interactive elements to be interactive while hovering and scrolling so your web design can talk back.
No one likes to be talked at. An interactive web design integrates software into the web page to engage visitors with a more relevant experience. It’s the difference between talking at someone and starting a conversation.
Here are a few examples of interactive elements that could make your design interactive:
Skipping an ad
Playing a game
Entering their location
Using a simple tool (ex. budget calculator, etc.)
Answering a question
Making a selection
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