UX Designing

For a web designer, it is tough to handle all the scenarios at the same time. Every website owner knows all the aspects related to the designing process. But, they are unaware of the back end side of the whole designing process, so they demand an improved UI and UX. Only a designer knows every technical term and designing tools used for an attractive web application. If a designer is unaware of the latest trends in designing,  he will not be able to create an effective website with good functionalities.

Some critical flaws can harm the UX effectiveness. At the advanced level, a compelling design demands for a proper resource plan and their implementation which results in increased user experience. So its UX designer’s responsibility to ensure a clear architecture and comprehensive model for the user to surf.

#1. Thin Fonts:

As the screen technology has leveraged with new enhanced rendering capability, so many designers prefer light or thin fonts for their designs. These fonts are stylish, dignified and fresh. But, thin fonts can raise usability issues. The primary motive of a text is to be clear enough to read. Thin texts can affect the visibility in major terms. It has recognised that thin fonts are extremely complicated to read on devices with retina display. So before implementation, think twice and take a proper look at fonts.

#2. Too much Content:

Generally, consumers want video contents, images and fewer texts with fine print. If your website has stuffed with tonnes of useless content information for buyers, then it’s a clear sign that they will never like to establish a business relationship with you.

#3. Trouble in Forms:

Forms look like a small piece of a website, but they play a crucial role in conversion whether you are implementing it for collecting user information, cart checkout, lead generation or newsletter subscriptions. If the end user is facing difficulties while filling out the forms, then there are chances that they’ll leave. And it results in the lower conversion rate.

Designing a simple, user-friendly and easy-to-use form is not a very difficult task. It does require proper planning and implementation. While designing a web form, always ensure the following standards are fulfilled:

Neglect inlined labels which are responsive such as they disappeared when someone clicks on the field.

Manage all fields into well-organised groups (such as in the case of long application forms)

Mark label in all fields and try to include a short description so that the user will not get confused.

Try to include only necessary fields in your form, so that it won’t take much time to finish the form.

Ensure that input fields are validated with the right information. E.g., in the case of pin code or mobile number, it requires numerals only.

#4. Optimisation for Mobile:

According to a report submitted by Statista, around 63.4 percent of users accessed online contents through mobile phone in the year 2017. So, it’s extremely important to optimise the design for a mobile phone. Otherwise, it can bring you to a huge loss even you can lose your clients. If you are planning to design a mobile application for your work, it’s a good choice. You can mark your presence in App Development Course which will elaborate on the basic and advanced techniques and tools to create an effective application.

To feel an end-user experience on your web application, test your application over the mobile phone. Ensure that each element including buttons, images, contents etc., are clearly and correctly visual with their ideal sizes. Try to pay extra attention to navigation elements because they play a crucial role for smaller displays.

On mobile phones whether your UX design is responsive? Are all the contents easily readable and aligned in a good manner? If the same functionalities are accessible through the desktop?

#5. Many Colours:

Look out your colour usage. Selecting a poor colour will make your webpage look messy and unprofessional. Oversaturated shades can cause pain to your viewers’ eyes. Messy colours can disrupt your web design. The audience cannot enjoy your hard work if it contains improper colours. Around 93 percent of users watch the visual appearance of a product, out of which 84.7 percent says that the physical appearance and colour is the main reason behind they buy any product. So what you get from all these statistics? Colour plays a vital role from UX perspective.

Try to use not more than two to three colours for your UX design. Try to use the combination of vivid and bright colours.