Let’s say you want to create a web or a mobile app. You spend a few weeks working on your project and, after a while, everything starts falling into place and looking really well-put together. Soon, you’re ready to show your work to the world.
However, right before the official launch, you begin to wonder if everything is as as great as you think it is. So, with this in mind, you decide to do a final check of your design.
Remember: there is a bit more to design than just choosing the right colors and playing with different fonts. A project can’t just be “easy on the eyes” and “looking pretty”—believe it or not, this is not enough to keep your visitors where you want them.
Your website or app design should reflect your business idea and concept. It should be able to engage your potential clients/consumers and actually make them want to stick around. In fact, it should function so perfectly that they’ll think there’s no better app or website for them to use.
Sometimes, after you’re done with the project, it can be hard to notice what’s missing and what needs to be fixed. It almost feels like it would be nice to have a software design review team to help you out. Well, if this happens to you, remember that our designers are more than happy to review your design for you! In order to provide you with a complete analysis of your project, we are going to test the following categories and a lot more. After we are finished with the testing, you will receive a full design review to your email.
Have you ever heard about the color wheel? This wheel is the foundation of good website design and great user experience. This wheel has only one rule - every color in there has a value that determines how well the color will go with the others. Remember, color harmony should provide a logical structure. The logical structure will make sure that the user finds the website interesting and worth his/her time.
Color hue, saturation, tone - colors have so many elements. These are just some of the tips and tricks you should keep in mind.
How to create good error message? First, you need to explain the situation, then how/why it occurred and what the user should do next. This process can fit into one well-put sentence.
Be sure to utilize user’s vocabulary, to make sure the error message is even more clear. Keep in mind that “Something happened.” is not an informative or specific error message.
Remember that people come to your website to read the content. This means that typography has a significant impact on how successful your website is.
Fonts define the character of the website. They have to go hand in hand with the character or purpose of the company and content. On another matter, aligning the text defines how readable the content is. If the user has to use a magnifying glass to read the content, something’s not right.
Nowadays, when people simply scan the content, the contrast between foreground and background is even more important. Having high-contrast text means you know what UX is all about..
The first thing you have to do is to make sure that the background enhances the foreground. By doing this, user’s learning curve is going to be more efficient. The user is not going to have a problem with finding other elements on the page. That’s how you get user engagement!
We will be testing many other parameters in this process, including code formatting, the usage of framework features,
speed optimization, code security, code performance and code reusability.
*We hold the right to reject design review
If full review is requested our team will contact you with further details.