One of the most important ways to engage readers to your blog, product or website is having useful and interesting content. However, it is way pointless if the content is not readable due to an incorrect typography handling.
Archive for the ‘Web design’ Category
Minimalism is the hype not just on posters and billboards but in the web as well. More and more people are finally coming to realize that “less is more”. In retrospect, the popularity of minimalist design had something to do with the onset popularity of internet capable devices.
Business websites usually have two purposes — to get more customers and to sell more products and services. If your website isn’t doing one of these two things, it might be because of your website’s design. Oftentimes, visitors get bored and stray off if they find your website design is unattractive and cumbersome to navigate.
Staring at a blank screen without the faintest idea where to start is one of the worst scenarios a creative person can imagine. A creative block is most often associated with writer’s block, meaning the sudden loss of the ability to write, however it happens in all creative professions. Usually the block is temporary, and there are many ways to help get you back on track.
Website usability is as important as its aesthetics. These two concepts should complement each other, but sometimes web designers just focus on the looks and the appeal of the website without considering its usability. In this article, we will discuss on the right mix for the two to co-exist and result to great impressions for the website visitors.