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Sites and applications today are dynamic and interactive. The task of designers is to make the site interface as close as possible to the ideal. Fortunately, there are rules that help achieve this.
Ten Universal Rules for a Good User Interface
1. Make everything the user needs easily accessible. Continue reading
For those who do not know RSS – a special format of blog posts, which allows you to receive updates from the site without having to visit it. For reading, special programs are used – RSS readers (for example, Google Reader).
As a rule, each blog has a button that allows you to subscribe to your blog articles via RSS. It can be located anywhere, but should be noticeable, it is often placed in the sidebar closer to the header of the site, sometimes it is given an impressive size for visitors to notice. In any case, the user should not specifically look for it. Continue reading
There are many books and articles on typography, but only some of them reveal the choice and combination of fonts. Due to the emerging opportunities and prospects for free use of many fonts on the Internet, designers will have to master another important skill – the ability to choose the appropriate fonts that complement the layout designs they develop. You can also study popular typography trends or ready-made beautiful examples from other professionals. Continue reading