Today, designers focus more on creating natural user flows and intuitive navigation than just drawing cute logos. People are willing to see interactive prototypes through which they could test the main functions of an app. It shows how important UI/UX design is.
In this article, I would like to address the key angles, which you should keep in mind while making your website multilingual. If you will keep in mind these components, it will save you headaches later on.
Although a single page application is not a newly created term, it gets us giddy as if it were a fidget spinner. SPAs were first introduced several years ago and were merely boring business-card-websites. Honestly, some time ago this viral trend was a sign of cheapskate companies. The opposite for today.
Halfway through 2017, we decided to make a guide for those who wish to redesign their website according to the latest trends. We analyzed the popular tendencies in web design and overall site functionalities to create a checklist for website redesign.
Have you ever wondered why your average “time on site” index is low? Have you ever even looked at this number? Whatever your answer is, if such questions arose, something should be done about it.
A website is your digital face. You don’t want it to be ugly for some potential customers, do you? Thus, having a mobile optimization is a matter of appearance and creating a right first impression.
What comes to your mind when you hear "a delightful UX"? For ordinary users, the first association, most likely, will be an eye-pleasing, colorful animation or a good choice of fonts. In other words, a delightful user experience in the minds of people is associated primarily with the surface attributes of the interface. But is that all?
During the past few years, the number of browsing mobile users increased up to 80%, allowing us to assume that soon this amount will be even greater. So why does all that matter for a website owner?