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Imagine that you are traveling by car, but because of traffic jams all main roads are blocked, and you need to turn into an unfamiliar part of the city. For some time traffic signs will help you to move in the right direction, but suddenly they will disappear. It seems that getting lost in an unfamiliar place is a pushover.
Any site, regardless of its ultimate goal, should perform the main task – to indicate to the user the path to the information of interest. However, it is possible due to his own fault, and maybe the fault of the designer, the user is lost and does not know where to go next. How to help your visitors navigate the site. There are several effective ways. Continue reading
As you know, of course, the FAQ (Frequently asked questions) are frequently asked questions that are collected and highlighted on a separate page. Thanks to it, the user will be able to find the answer to his question without asking the forum or support service (support). The ideal FAQ page helps to deal with the site without any third-party support, unfortunately, in most cases this does not happen. The success of the FAQ depends on how well this page is designed and what is placed on it. In this article, written on the basis of the publication Designing Effective FAQ Pages, I want to make out some aspects and basics of a proper, working section in frequently asked questions. Continue reading
If you carefully study any selection of website designs on a particular topic, you will see one trend – illustrations are now in vogue. They are so widespread that we just have to talk about this phenomenon in detail! For writing to become an inspiration was scooped from a note. I hope you will be interested to read.
The interface should not be useless and meaningless elements. Even a decorative element, if it is in its place, must perform a specific function. Generally speaking, the illustration can play the role of both a decorative element (the task of which is to decorate and diversify the design), and informative (presents some information in a convenient and easy to read form). Ideally, it performs both functions at once. Continue reading