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7 Undeniable Principles of User Interface for Latest Website Designs
  • Last Updated March 20, 2016 at 10PM

If you are a website designer, you must know about great user interface designs because this is what has become the most important part of website designing and development industry. Though, most of the sites come with simple interfaces, the latest standards have greatly increased the demand for having customized user experiences and dynamics. Let’s check out what you must know about the excellent user interface laws.

 

1: Lucidity

 

If you have some kind of confused elements on your site, users will definitely avoid accessing unclear stuff. If they are unable to understand something, they will simply prefer to ignore it rather than trying to understand it. Therefore, you must try to create a sense of lucidity in each element you put on your site.

 

2: Framework

 

The interface controls must be put close to elements you need to manage. Here you can take the example of facebook that encourages you to take various steps to bring some changes in your settings while on the other hand, if you look at LinkedIn, you see things are much simpler,which allow users to do whatever they want.

 

3: Favored Action

 

You want your users to do a particular action and for this you need to show preferred actions so they are prompted to do what you want them to. You need to put action buttons clearly and create an environment that could lead them to take preferred action. The things should definitely be obvious.

 

4: Guided Action

 

If the users are particularly asked to take an action, they will. There are some actions which can be expected from them, for example, “LIKE” button on facebook post can frequently be used as users know when they need to use it and they might click if they like something, but the same users might not try to “Boost” his post if he is not asked to do it.  

 

 

5: Defaults Settings

 

The majority of the users prefer to use default settings rather than making changes. This is because default settings are the best options and most of the users never change them. Therefore, you must try to create the default as safer, simpler and more useful so everyone can use them without any problem at all.

 

6: Constant Feedback

 

If the users are given clear feedback on constant basis, they would feel confident. For example, if you are using Gmail, on every email you send, you receive a notification that your email has been sent. This brings more control in the hand of users who can easily manage their next actions.

 

7: Step-by-Step Process

 

If there are complicated actions to follow, you better break a long process into simple and small steps to ensure an easy process. Majority of the users skip and navigate to other websites or pages if they have to follow a complex process.

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