4 UX Principles for Creating an Impressive Website

Nowadays we spend a lot of time navigating websites and using apps. In some cases, our UX experience is more important than our design experience.

And all this is due to designs that don’t take into consideration user experience if your interaction is bad.

As designers, it’s our duty to create design with a great user experience. Although most people without knowledge find it easy, it is actually not easy.

Here are some best practices for UX for projects;

1. Design Should Focus on User Experience

Users often forget the data and key points of the content, but they will remember how it made them feel. This is used and works very effectively in advertising, why not use it in web content?

Graphics, text, layout, and interactive elements work in synergy to present not only information also a feel to the user. UX design is an important application.

To help it stand out in a highly competitive world, it should contain more visual and interactive qualities that may be more emotionally sensitive.

2. Users Scan Website, Not Read

It is a must for websites to be scannable because people read what they are looking for. You can easily convey instructions and data to the user with infographics and visuals.

Making your website scannable will appeal to your users. Most of them will scan it to find the content they’re looking for and keep reading when they want to know more.

3. Users Want Impressive and Simplicity

Users evaluate the design of a website in 5 seconds, so make it easy for the user to find what they are looking for. You should make it easy to find the action buttons and focus visually.

Constantly evaluate what you can do to make your website and app easier to use, many people see this as a waste of time, in fact, it is an application that has a permanent return in the long term. 

Also, providing a clear, consistent design is more convenient for users.

4. User Experience Qualities

Peter Moville represents UX factors in User Experience Honeycomb at usability.gov. Basically, the value of what you provide to the customer is listed with hexagonal shapes of the following:

Useful: Content must be original and clearly meet a need – Don’t come to the lengthy content game of copywriters 🙂 

Credible: Be clear for users to believe and trust what you say.

Credible: Be clear for users to believe and trust what you say.

Desirable: Design elements bring feel and appreciation.

Findable: Content must be positionable and navigable off-site and on-site.

Accessible: Content must be easily accessible.

There are other schools of thought and resources regarding UX qualifications. Here are more things that are related to building UX as well:

Be human: Understand the importance of human interaction rather than machine interaction and be reliable, transparent, and accessible.

Be learnable: Be sure that the interaction is easy and movement within the product is smooth. Make sure users can achieve their goals on subsequent visits.

Be a performer: Always stay in touch with the developer to sure the system is performing well while users are interacting with it.

Be discoverable: Make sure that users will be able to perform their tasks easily on their first visit, follow up and contact if necessary.

Be discoverable: Make sure that users will be able to perform their tasks easily on their first visit, follow up and contact if necessary.

17 useful tools for an interactive website to UI / UX Designers, a more detailed blog post about these tools will come soon, stay follow!

01 Sketch
02 Invision Studio
03 Axure
04 Craft
05 Proto.io
06 Adobe XD
07 Marvel
08 Figma
09 Framer
10 Origami
11 Webflow
12 Flowmapp
13 Balsamiq
14 Visualsitemaps
15 Treejack
16 Wireframe.cc
17 Optimal Workshop

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