WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) globally, powering millions of websites. One of the key elements that make WordPress so versatile is its extensive library of themes. A WordPress theme determines the overall look and functionality of your website. However, just like any other software, WordPress themes require regular updates … Read more
What is UX design? UX comes from User Experience. In simple words it is the way in which people interact with a website. The goal of UX design is to make sure that the user has a positive and intuitive experience when using a product or service. A positive user experience can lead to higher … Read more
Design on the web can seem to be changing at warp speed. Thankfully, we’ve moved beyond the worst of the worst of the beginning days of website design. But now that we’ve mostly filtered out the lowest common denominator, where do we go from here? What does stepping from good design to great design in your Wordpress site look like?
It wasn’t all that long ago that a WordPress site experience was ruled by the clicks of a mouse, but as time moves on, so does technology. Now a user’s experience of a site is highly shaped by the gestures of the swipe, pinch, and spread. Who would’ve thought? It’s easy to use these gestures everyday without thinking too much about it, so let’s take a quick look at what some of them are.
UI Design (User Interface Design) is a term that’s thrown around a lot, but what does it actually mean? Simply put, it is the design of the user’s visual experience. This entails the design of an app or Wordpress site’s screens, buttons, icons, images, text, and any other elements a user will see and engage with.
As the world becomes more screen focused, the amount of energy put into crafting a smart and thoughtful user experience becomes more important. The overall User Experience (UX) is the design of the information organization and architecture, and the User Interface (UI) is the visual elements and design. There are many UX design principles that … Read more
Recent studies show that people are more likely to scan your WordPress site rather than going through each block of content one at a time. Thankfully, there are ways in which good design can use the eye’s natural scanning patterns to guide them to the most important elements. A 200 site study has found noticeable … Read more
There’s no way around it, we are visual creatures. That means an image on your WordPress site can communicate a thousand times more effectively in a moment than a paragraph of text. And we’re assuming that the viewer even took the time to read that paragraph. Why do we love images so much? Why do … Read more
A successful logo design is a visual representation of your brand, your ethos, your persona and reputation, all in one quick hit. It’s what your users look at to form a snap judgment about who you are, what you do, and how well you do it. That’s a lot to get across without getting noisy … Read more