Web Design means choosing the right design driven by User Expectation
Let’s talk about what you want your website to do, who your clients might be, and your future goals.
It is with state-of-the-art coding practices and clean design that drives a website to perform properly across all mediums.
Does your website need a redesign?
Now it’s time to set new goals.
When you have a specific goal, you need a tenacious designer. Someone who is attuned to detail. Someone who gets it right.
Simple design is more aesthetically pleasing. Simplicity affords accessibility. We need to get things done more easily, faster, and more efficiently. Simplicity leads to less instruction for support. The more complex our lives become, the more we crave simplicity.
You need to display the essence of the thing you are creating. Designing for mobile devices requires you to ask the question, “What is really necessary for this design?” Remove what doesn’t get used and what doesn’t add anything meaningful to the essence of the design.
When everything is in harmony with the core objective, aesthetics and experience are aligned. If something in the design doesn’t enhance the core objective, it doesn’t belong. Simplicity is an experience. Simplicity is whatever your users think it is. It is their experience that determines if something is simple.
Simplicity makes a website simple for the user, but it means more work for the creator – but it’s worth it. An eye for detail will make the difference.
A better website will provide functionality, respond lightning fast and not weighed down with extraneous code or image bloat. A better website works flawlessly between devices and browsers.
Simplicity is more than just removing the arbitrary. By taking the time to understand the essence or core objective, doing our best creates an obvious outcome, without disruption.
“Everything should be as simple as possible – but no simpler.”
– Albert Einstein
“Omit needless words.”
– Strunk and White
“Less, but better.”
– Dieter Rams
“It just works.”
– Steve Jobs