Posts Tagged ‘user interface’

Add More Style: Use Unique Icons In Design

Do you consider an icon to be not the most influential part of your website design? Then, I should make you change your mind ; )

What is an icon? It’s a small picture or symbol, which in most cases represents a certain concept in a graphical UI and some content of a website. Icons make your website design stylish and attractive.

I bet, you can really rarely find a website which does not use any icons in it’s design (even if we speak about minimalistic concept)!

There is a variety of icons types: they differentiate in designs, shapes, sizes. Use the icons, when working on your website design: they will help to transform some specific information and ideas into very interesting graphical format.

A simple small icon can communicate a great amount of details and data, which basically could occupy a lot of website space, if placed in text form.

Icons are essential part of a website design: these small attractive and eye-catchy elements cannot go unnoticed for you, as they definitely grab user’s attention and help your visitors (and obviously, your potential customers) to find the content (product, info, whatever!) they search for at your website (which is basically your purpose and goal).

While browsing our collection of templates, pay attention to the icons we used in their design. Keep in mind, that we can help you to create a set of unique icons for UI to meet your needs!

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A Fun Approach In Web Design

Each customization project we work with has its set of  aim, needs and requirements. And what is really important about the work we do is that we are eager to create the websites that are memorable.
It is obvious that fun experience is one of the most enjoyable things. It’s also obvious that we notice and memorize things that we find enjoyable.
If we use fun to create an enjoyable user experience, we will offer people a splendid experience that they will not only remember, but one that they might inform others about as well.

I talking point against fun practice in web design is that sometimes customers are convinced their projects have no place for fun.

It’s kind of true that there are projects where adding “fun” is absolutely out of place, though in some cases even websites that are not suited for a fun approach can be made more effective by using fun.

Add some humor to your website: informal tone, nice pictures, which can bring smile to faces of your website visitors, bright colors – they will work out, for sure.

Have some fun, guys.

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