User Experience, Future of Web Design

User Experience, Future of Web Design

User Experience, also known as ‘UX’ has become an essential component of web design process and can be sometimes subjective or hard to create the perfect experience. Specifically, it is what the customer perceives when engaged in your product.

How do I define user experience (UX)?

User experience deals with getting inside your end-users heads. When someone sees a website, what do they think, feel, expect! The psychology behind web design has never been more important. Some websites make you feel affirmed, confident, free to share and be yourself.

It is difficult in deciding what human psychology expects. Why? Because it is impossible to read someone’s mind or know exactly how they will react. But we can predict and test to make sure we are on the right track. UX design deals with visual, interaction, and content. Finding a way to articulate and combine all these features to find the optimized way can be achieved by putting the experience of using something should feel like.

Since the birth of the internet, web design began with a very cookie cutter approach, simplistic, but it has changed to a more dynamic approach. There are hundreds of web languages and frameworks to use like html, css, php, html5, css3, java, jquery that allow a website to have features such as forums, social networks, drag-able drop features, etc. We have moved from people learning about command lines, to input systems, GUI interfaces, and UX brings forth natural user interfaces. There are more tools to create a website that or flexible and usable. Once UX is mastered, websites will now become more persuasive.

The question is not if someone can use the site, but the question now becomes if they want to. For a web designer, to achieve a website that is effective, we take several steps in design a website with User Experience from: interface design, information architecture, usability and product design.

Combining these elements make a presentation that incorporates interaction and organization. It starts with understanding the user experience from start to finish. It grows beyond just what a website looks like and how it functions.




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