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New Trend Ux Designs in Web Design

18 November 20214 mins Read

In the latest researches of Google, it is seen that access to websites has exceeded 60% as MOBILE (Mobile Phones and Tablets).

Web design describes the design of websites displayed on the internet. It usually refers to the user experience aspects of website development rather than software development. In general terms, web design used to focus on designing websites for desktop browsers; however, since the mid-2010s, design for mobile and tablet browsers has become increasingly important.

A web designer works on the appearance, layout and in some cases the content of a website. For example, appearance refers to the colours, fonts and images used. Layout refers to how information is structured and categorised. A good web design is easy to use, aesthetic and appropriate to the user group and brand of the website.

Many web pages are designed with a focus on simplicity so that no extraneous information and functionality appears that could distract or confuse users. Since the cornerstone of a web designer's output is a site that earns and supports the trust of the target audience, eliminating as many potential user frustration points as possible is a critical consideration.

Two of the most common methods for designing websites that work well on both desktop and mobile devices are responsive and adaptive design. In responsive design, content moves dynamically depending on the screen size; in adaptive design, website content is fixed in layout dimensions that fit common screen sizes.

Maintaining as consistent a layout as possible across devices is crucial to maintaining user trust and interaction. Because responsive design can create challenges in this regard, designers should be careful about relinquishing control of how their work looks.

What is User Experience and User Experience Design?

Let's start with a brief introduction to what we mean by "User Experience". Products have users, and user experience (UX) is the experience of a user when using the product in question. Too far too good?

UX design is the art of designing products to provide the best possible user experience.   Creating optimal UX involves understanding user psychology, interaction design, user research and many other disciplines, but above all, it is an iterative problem-solving process.

In general, the user experience can be divided into 3 components: look, feel and usability .

The look of a product is about using visuals to create a sense of alignment with the user's values, and this creates credibility and trust with the user. It's about creating a product that not only looks good but also looks right.

Emotion, then, involves making the experience of using a product as pleasant and functional as possible. It is created by processing the interactions between the user and the product, as well as the reactions they have while (and after) using the product.

Finally, usability forms the basis of the user experience. Quite simply, if a product is not usable, no amount of good looks can save it and the only emotion users will have is anger and frustration. Ideally, products should be personalised to the user's needs and provide functionality in a predictable way.

* Today, people use mobile phones more than computers when searching the Internet

* If a site is not mobile-friendly, users are five times more likely to leave that site.

* Users spend 177 minutes a day on their mobile phones.

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