Start Using Pre-Built Websites
This is one of the coolest, most exuberant examples.
- Since you can start a project with some of the design effort already done for you, the total time you need to devote to that project is reduced.
- An editable layout, such as the one shown, is much easier for a client to relate to than is a wireframe of a mockup.
- UX principles have already been incorporated into pre-built websites – an even greater time saver.
- With over 210 of these customizable pre-built websites to choose from when you select Be Theme, you can save yet more time. If your client is looking for something different, it’s easy to do some customizing, or make a switch.
Three more examples:
"If you pick any 5 successful websites and try and figure out why they’re thriving, a great landing page is sure to be one of the main reasons .
Designers can pull emotional and cognitive strings to guide users through their products and drive engagement – here's how.
Keep users coming back with these psychological tools
Ready for inspiration? This design round-up we’ve taken a look at some interesting web design design elements that have caught our eye. Find inspiration from how the following websites use subtle as well as bold interactions to truly engage in their audiences.
The Mosaic Game’s earth-shattering style
If you haven’t already taken note, the web is going high def. From images to backgrounds to user interface elements, high definition is the new normal.
It started with some of the retina and high-resolution screens, but access to faster connections has also emphasized this phenomenon, providing greater access to HD websites from any device. Are you thinking about and designing in high definition? Here are a few things to consider.
What is HD, Really?
The most common cue for HD is the term retina display. Made popular by Apple devices the term has come synonymous with high definition screens. This relates to some pretty specific technology for devices.
Paula Borowska for Designmodo has one of the easiest to understand descriptions:
- Device pixel is the smallest physical unit displayed.
- Pixel density is the number of pixels displayed in a given space.
- Resolution is the number of pixels across the entire width or height of the viewable space.
- Pixels per inch, known as ppi or dpi, refers to the number of pixels you get when you divide the physical width of the display by the number of horizontal pixels displayed.
- High DPI is a display density of 200 pixels per inch or greater.