In order to come up with a good user experience design, it is important to first understand the meaning of the terms user experience and design. UX design is about making the user’s experience with the product the best as possible. We lists nine key features and attributes that make up a good user experience design.
In our previous infographics blog, we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of using infographics in content marketing. In part two we provide our ten top tips to help you design successful infographics. The wide-spread use of infographics is a relatively recent phenomenon. But the use of infographics to convey information is extremely popular. Infographics can offer you an unprecedented amount of ways for your business to stay ahead of the competition.
Information graphics or infographics as they are more commonly known, are widely used in visual content marketing. More and more businesses are utilising infographics as an efficient way to communicate their composite message in a way that is both easy to comprehend and visually pleasing.
The ground rules required by an individual to be an excellent designer are similar to graphic design rules. However, when you want to specialise, you need to be very aware of the rules and challenges that will make you successful. It’s perfectly acceptable to break these rules occasionally, but it is vital to understand the rules you are breaking to make sure you do it in the right way.
Colour is a vital feature in web and graphic design. It helps to enhance a website’s aesthetic appeal and convey information. But even more importantly, colour plays a key role in the usability and accessibility of a website. Colour can increase accessibility but when used incorrectly, it can create unnecessary difficulties.