Monthly Archives: April 2017
Why scrolling is reborn
Since there have been more mobile users than desktop users, designers have begun to adapt. As scrolling becomes more and more popular: the smaller the screen, the longer the scrolling.
But there are other factors. High-speed Internet has become available everywhere, which makes scrolling a quick way to get information, compared to switching between pages.
The growing popularity of social networks also contributes to the development of this approach: scrolling naturally corresponds to the needs of the audience.
A long scroll has evolved along with the card design. Combined, they provide users with an endless stream of content. Continue reading
1. Make everything the user needs easily accessible
If the user cannot find what is needed, he will abandon your software. Tabs make the interface more accessible. Shortcuts and tooltips too.
For example, we decided to use tabs to organize the Divi WordPress theme. In it, all the tools are located directly in the designer and are divided into categories.
Toolbars are also available. In WordPress, the administration panel allows you to quickly go to the post editor, theme customizer, plugins, etc.
Another example is the Help / Support / Contacts sections. The “Help” or “Contact Support” button should always be available to users. This is why you need to place the help buttons at the top. Continue reading