“Coming soon pages are an amazing way for websites/products to engage and connect with users, even before the actual websites/products is published..” When your product/websites are not quite there yet. You will need a few more days or weeks to finalize the details of what a bang-hit it will be. In the interval, you let your initial users know that something is coming soon, and they should wait for it completely. Just saying that through email, tweeting or texting about it are nice expressions, you can do it to catch the initial interest. So, using the "Coming Soon" page is a better idea. A well designed “coming soon” page is a great teaser to catch the attention of potential users and make them look forward to the website’s launch. Here are reasons why a "Coming Soon" page is important ~...
“Gradients are an amalgamation of scintillating colors to allure the viewers.” After years of flat, content and completely minimal style, people have come back to the gradients. Everywhere you look, UI/UX designers are using color fades to add visual impact, create user engagement and just design something that creates an impression. If you aren’t a fan of gradients, maybe it’s time to recheck your viewpoint on the issue. To help convince you, we’ve got reasons that will make you love and use gradients in your UI designs. Gradients : Create Interests A gradient creates visual interest and helps users move through the design. The eye will stand on the color of an area and will help to focus on the screen due to changes between hue and light and dark areas. Gradients can be extremely useful and attractive design...
SVG file format has been developing in prominence and usage consistently in the recent couple of years, yet 2018 is the point at which it will truly get through. In our last article we spoke about Typography another trend in Design and today we will discuss about SVG. What is SVG? SVG is an abbreviation of Scalable Vector Graphics. The purpose of SVG is to define the graphics for the web. For reasons, unknown SVG is one graphics format that almost reacts to current web improvement requests of adaptability, responsiveness, intelligence, programmability, execution, and availability. You have the blend of clients with a high-resolution display and the requirement for an exceptionally quick load time to thank. And keep in mind that the change to SVG may seem like a major deal; it's definitely not. SVG is anything but difficult to utilize and execute, and you don't generally need to...
In the last blog we spoke about Tips for effective Mobile App Designing, today we are going to discuss about why Typography is essential in designing.
In the field of website development the UI/UX Designers have been experiencing a long procedure of blended typography impacts in locales, which years earlier were actually baffling, or if nothing else must be boosted by a couple of programs. Fortunately, these outlooks have changed and we are currently acknowledging a burst of imagination in the utilization of web typography and correspondence, while as yet keeping up exceptional amounts of availability. Recent we have seen an expansion in the extravagance of typefaces, adornment styles and drift impacts, while symbols and emoticons are underlining the expressiveness of writings and much more.
Legend textual styles and intense font
Using bold fonts has become the new trend as it adds...
If you are thinking about the ultimate user experience before starting a new mobile app design service, then this is the time to start. One of the most important things to keep in mind when designing a mobile app is that it is useful and intuitive for your users. If the app is not useful, then it has no practical value. At the same time, if the application is in much need but due to lacking time & effort, people won't bother much about learning. The good mobile app design addresses both moments: Main focus is targeted on the user's goals and eliminating all their obstacles by explaining the user interface. But creating a good mobile app design is not an easy task.
Prepare these 12 UX mobile apps design principles to create a really great mobile user experience.
1. Your User Interface...
As a UI/UX designer, you probably must remember the launch of Apple’s first iPhone as if it was yesterday. Among other things, it introduced a complete touch screen-centered interaction to individual’s most private and personal device.
Gestures became the new clicks
In today’s generation, children grow up with multi-touch screen experiences like it’s the most natural thing. Parents are amazed by how fast their children understand that how a tablet or smartphone works. This shows that touch and gesture interactions have a lot of potentials to make mobile experiences smoother and great fun to use.
How to choose Good (useful) Gestures
When it comes to espousing gestures into your designing, it is essential to know your market and other apps that your target audience can use. Try using related gestures in your application. In this way, you are not just optimizing your UI based on...
Remember the time when smaller mobile phones were fancy and had small screens? Well that time has gone! A smartphone having a screen which is standard in size between that of a smartphone and a tablet computer. The word itself speaks: phone + tablet = phablet. So these are mobile phones that are way bigger. More specifically, the screen size of these devices typically extends between 5 inches to 6.9 inches. In the last ten years, smartphones have changed their shape, size and design. Since Apple changed the “evolution” of the mobile phone with the iPhone release, smartphones have grown rapidly and are followed behind large screen phones “Phablets” that have expanded its market presence rapidly. We can say that screen sizes have been an issue for quite a while before the iPhone with phone manufacturers producing phones with bigger screen sizes are compressed into small Containers since 2001. Apple...
Before initiating any project it’s essential to get the basic information from clients. When you procure the correct information before starting your design work, you enhance your designs, not to mention save yourself overlong redesign work. Being one of the leading Graphics Design Company India, we know logos are more about brand than its look. We are answerable for giving not just the brand as a pdf, psd, or .svg, but also for delivering the abstract associations with those brands.
“Products are made in the factory, but brands are created in the mind.”
The wireframe and prototype are diverse in light of the fact that they utilized correspondingly. They look unequal and are implied for various vital. Occasionally a project will just need a wireframe, while at outstanding it will require a prototype.
In this article, we will talk about wireframe & prototype in a nutshell, so people can get an exact idea of what to use in specific situations.
What is a Wireframe?
In UI/UX design, a wireframe refers to a static harbinger to an actual design. It's essentially a harsh slashed hand drawing on a bit of paper, that gives you a low-fidelity representation of your app. Basically, it's the root of your design. It needs to incorporate imperative bits of your future application or product.
Wireframes reveal enough detail however make a basic representation plan that guides the project and its fellow team members.
A creative wireframe: