A typical user experience design focuses on many factors that you might not initially consider. Interacting with a website or mobile app is a two-fold process – the user performs some action like a click or swipe, and the interface responds accordingly. This is the general nature of user experience design. The question is how […]
The web continues to grow and evolve and businesses and personalities from all walks of life are increasingly dedicated towards providing the perfect user experience for clients, readers and prospects. We understand now more than ever that a great user experience (UX) is oftentimes directly proportionate to sales and other conversion metrics. More data is […]
Editor’s note: This post was written by Sagar, who started Webwingz in 2000, with a vision to make the web a better place. Starting from a small garage and a Pentium 1, he now leads a small army of proficient designers and developers to produce premium digital identities. He started Billbooks.com in 2010 and has users […]
Online shopping websites will almost always have one thing in common – the products listing. No matter what products are being sold, there needs to be some layout for displaying these products to the end user. E-commerce product display listings are used in various sizes and formats. But the end result is capturing interest from […]
Support pages are a commonly accepted trait amongst webmasters. Once your website grows to support a large enough userbase you simply have to offer some type of knowledgebase. My personal favorite is the FAQ page for Frequently Asked Questions. Related: FAQ Pages: The Benefits Of Crafting a Help Page You’ll run into all kinds of different […]
Many designers claim they are experts with building user experience. And often times this is correct, but there is a scientific approach you can have towards building digital interfaces. What works best for displaying navigation links, image content, video media, etc? I can think of at least one article related to this topic and building […]
Just back a decade ago everybody was talking about web 2.0 trends. The Internet was bustling with hundreds of new startup ideas following MySpace, Friendster, Facebook, Twitter, and now even things like Foursquare and Pinterest. The advancing world of tech startups has proven there is no shortage of new ideas.
And when it comes to web design the scenario is very similar. I have put together 35 examples of new startups which feature brilliant layout designs. Some are web applications, others are social networks, and even a few sites are built around mobile apps. But all of these startups bring new ideas into an otherwise stagnant digital market.
The art of web design takes years of practice to really understand how it works. There are so many ideas and UI elements which can build a solid impression on your audience. Designers are always striving to please the visitor and make their experience fun and easy.
Some trends have come out which are frequently seen in modern-day websites. In this guide I want to share a few ideas on how you can design a web layout which leaves a powerful lasting impression. Visitors will keep coming back to your site for the atmosphere and (hopefully) some great content.
Web navigation is a vital piece to any layout. Designers have known this for decades, but not all menus are built equally. It’s very important to distinguish between design and functionality. Some web designers understand this and attempt to better their own skills. Meanwhile the cream of the crop can incorporate both design and functionality with ease.
I have collected this brilliant set of 31 website menus with amazing UX and aesthetics. You need to capture your visitor’s attention and offer them a simple solution for navigating your pages. I hope this collection can provide inspiration for upcoming web designers in the field of user experience.
It’s great seeing so many graphic designers offering free web kits openly. Even 4 years ago you would have had a difficult time finding PSDs for a button set or iPhone user interface. Now there seems to be plenty of resources, almost overflowing! But there’s no complaints here.
As a digital artist I work with user interface kits on a regular basis. They speed up workflow and improve my knowledge of the graphic design trade. I am by no means an expert, but I have built plenty of UX designs and certainly recognize the power of teamwork. A while back we featured the Snow UI kit which offered some great scrollbars and buttons.
Well in this article I’ve added 35 of my favorite user interface kits from around the web. These include graphics for the mobile web such as Android, iPhone, and iPad devices. Additionally there are tons of resources for browser-based website designers. Check out the links below, and feel free to share your ideas in the discussion area.