One of the most noticeable trends in website design for 2017 is the split of the screen into two parts. More and more web projects are using a similar layout option, where two vertical panels are located next to each other. Split Screen Design follows a very simple rule: one screen, two messages. Each side includes a separate element: photo, text block or illustration.
Focus on two things
The method is especially suitable for cases when you need to focus someone’s attention on two things at once. Thus, the visitor can instantly choose between them. Continue reading
Does the user only need 50 milliseconds to form an opinion on any site? Web developers and designers really have very little time to make a good impression on a person when visiting a resource. That is why the correct design of the main page + website header, which everyone sees in the first place, is so important.
Many web projects on the network are united by one common way of attracting the attention of the audience – the use of bright colorful designs, in particular – placing a large background image or large banner at the top of the website. It is also called a “hero image”. Continue reading
Buttons are one of the most famous interactive user interface elements. They play a very important role in creating user interaction and creating a positive experience. Continuing a series of posts on UI / UX design topics, this article has collected concepts and examples regarding the most commonly used types of buttons found on websites and mobile applications.
Previously, we published a note about the history of changes in the design of buttons on sites and in interfaces (starting from 2009), but now we will consider this element in terms of functionality, purpose and how it is implemented (triggered). This post is a translation of this article from Tubik Studio.
user interface buttons
What is a button in an interface? Continue reading