Tag Archives: design inspiration

2013_08_20_featured Design

Getting Inspired By Innovative User Experience Concepts

User experience is so much more than just design. It’s about the way you interact with a product – how you use it, how it’s structured, how you navigate around a site, or an app, and so much more. It’s not simply a case of making something look “pretty” – it’s about improving the way it works to the point where it’s intuitive and obvious, and using it feels like second nature.
Read the rest of this entry »

2013_05_featured_website_footers Design

How To Design A More Effective Website Footer

It goes without saying that the success of a website depends on many different aspects. For example, the overall usability, the visual design, and the brand consistency all affect whether or not users are happy with your site. How easily can they find their way around? How much do they trust you and your content? Do they think it’s fun use your site?
Read the rest of this entry »

2012_11_Dan_featured Design

Best Practices For Creative And Thoughtful User Interfaces

When you’re designing an application – whether it’s for the web or for a mobile device – the user interface is enormously important. If the UI is clunky, awkward or confusing, users are likely to abandon the app. However, interfaces that are simple to use because they’ve been carefully crafted, will be liked. Thoughtfully designed UIs are often more likely to be highly recommended – even if they solve the same problem as their competitors.
Read the rest of this entry »

2012_08_28_featured Design

A Showcase Of Beautiful And Clever Landing Pages

This is a guest post by Alex Black.

You can have an incredible, brilliantly coded and stunningly useful product that solves people’s problems – but if your landing page is awkwardly designed, complicated or hard to navigate, then you are probably leaving money on the table. Landing pages that aren’t as intuitive, persuasive or as nicely designed as they are likely to have lower conversion rates. This means fewer people will try out and eventually buy your product, or even tell friends about it.
Read the rest of this entry »