User-centered design

User-centered design

I always start the design process with the user, not the product. By focusing on the user, I can identify which features are most important, how best to market the product or service for them - even what visual designs might work!

User-centered design is an iterative process. The goal of User-centered design is to create products, services, and experiences that are usable, useful, and enjoyable for the people who use them. There are several steps involved in user-centered design:

  • Identify the users of the system
  • Understand the users' goals and tasks
  • Identify the user's needs
  • Design the system to meet the user's needs
  • Evaluate the system with real users

Design with Purpose

A great website should be both beautiful and functional. The design should help users reach their goals as efficiently as possible. The way we design products today is often driven by what looks good, or what's popular at the moment. But true design goes much deeper than that. It's about understanding people's needs and desires and creating something that meets those needs in the best possible way.

When you design with purpose, you start with a problem to solve and then work backward to find the best solution. This means that your design is driven by functionality, not just aesthetics. And when done right, it can result in products that are not only useful and effective but also beautiful and timeless.

Design with Purpose
Visual Design

Visual Design

Visual design is all about how you present your information to readers and capture their attention with creative visuals like graphics, colors, fonts, and other elements!


The typography you use on your website plays a big role in how it looks and feels. Avoid using too many different fonts as this can also make your website look cluttered.

Color Scheme

Choosing the right color scheme is essential for creating a successful website. Try to avoid using too many different colors as this can make your website look cluttered and unprofessional.

Intuitive Navigation

Navigation is one of the most important aspects of web design, yet it is often overlooked. Good navigation should be intuitive and easy to use, guiding users to the information they need with minimal effort.

There are many different types of navigation menus, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. The most common types are drop-down menus, breadcrumb trails, and hyperlinks.

Intuitive Navigation
Visual Hierarchy and Consistency

Visual Hierarchy & Consistency

Visual hierarchy is a design principle that ensures the most important content comes first. In other words, it's a way of organizing your content so that the most important information is given the most prominence. By giving your content a visual hierarchy, you make it easier for users to understand what's most important and take action on it.

Consistency is also important when it comes to web design. The website contents look and feel should be visually consistent all over the site. The layout, typography, color palette, and icons should all be carefully chosen to give the site a uniform look.

Usability & Accessibility

Usability is the user-friendliness of a website that ensures how easily users can interact with the website. It's about creating a user-friendly interface that is easy to use and navigate. This includes making sure that the website's layout is logical and easy to understand, as well as ensuring that all the website's features are easy to use.

Accessibility is the website's ability to be accessed by everyone, including those with disabilities.There are a number of ways to make your application more accessible, including:

  • Providing alternate text for images
  • Supporting keyboard navigation
  • Designing for low vision and color blindness
  • Creating transcripts for audio and video content
Usability and Accessibility

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Based on my 7 years of experience, I always love to follow a specific model when it comes to a project development. This is a must follow check list that i always try to acompleshed.

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