User Interface Design is of great importance while designing web pages. Making a website user friendly means the interface has to be attractive, simple and easy to use. Every website is designed keeping in mind with the fundamental principle that users have to say wow while seeing the design. Here are some few simple tips to make the content, images and interactive graphics more appealing.
In order to be a good website, the text otherwise the content in it has to be readable. Precisely speaking, when in combination with an image the content has to vary in color so as to catch the reader’s attention. There is a relation between the background color and text; while with plain background always dark text is the delightful choice and vice versa.
Contrast can refer to the size of text in relation with the image. To make things visually aesthetic, elements should sync perfectly.
One of the simplest strategies that can hit the crowd in the first sight is the appearance of some bold words in an image. Images often catch the viewer’s mind so with the case of an attracting and pitching sentence in bold.
When it comes to text and image, strongly recommended is not to spoil the visual flow. Text that covers the main action or a message conveying part of an image destroys the visual flow. Words that comes in the image should fit in the logical space where it is readable and not hindering the image.
Many of you have seen the most successful advertisements add an element of blur to the image. Do we need to project out the entire image or the most specific aspect we want to convey? Blur the background or portions of the image that needs less attention. This would enhance the visibility of space where we exactly want people to have a view on.
Does it stand out what is being put inside a box? Yes that really works. If you have a variety of dark and white sections, putting text inside some frame can make a difference. Be careful while choosing the shape of the frame, not every frame should fit your intended aspect. Something that matches your text and image should be your priority. And most importantly the color of the frame has to be in conjunction with the text inside where the text should have enough contrast.
An effective trick often preferred is to add text in the background of the image instead of putting that in the foreground. Background space is often a single color where the text can be placed and worked easily. That implies the text color in the background makes the real difference. The final outcome just looks like something natural without any specific tricks or alterations to the main photo. Why can’t you simply play with some shading effects?
Among the crowd always the bigger one catches attention. In a confused state, consider going big. This applies to both the image and the text. The size of the element always grabs user attention, but the thing- (can be text or image) that really needs attention should be your bigger one. Noticed many flux and writings on the road; imagine a huge piece of writing besides an image. You would definitely stop and read it, as it is written big which gives an initial impression in our mind that it is going to convey something huge.