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A Good User Interface Is One That's Backed By Reproducible Evidence (A/B Tests)

Ask people to start off with a smaller upfront commitment followed by some larger ones down the road.

An application stemming from this is known as the foot in the door technique which works by “getting a small 'yes' and then getting an even bigger 'yes.'”.

A related tactic of lowering upfront commitment might also show a “no contract” messaging in order to make customers feel that they can leave anytime which further decreases the barrier to entry.

10 Rules of Good UI Design to Follow On Every Web Design Project

Our job as designers is to make it so that the interface through which they interact with our web UI design is as close to ideal as possible.

We have put together what we think are the best design principles so that you can enhance all your future web design projects.

Whether it’s a series of design tools for web design apps, the inventory for a character in a video game, a spreadsheet, or anything else, if the user can’t find what they want, they bounce off your software.

If you use WordPress, the admin toolbar gives you the ability to quickly get to the post editor, the theme customizer, plugin settings, and so on.

When designing a UI, whether it’s for a mobile app, web apps, WordPress websites, or anything else, your users will always need to find the Help button (or the Contact Support button).

On top of that, the help window pops up with a video tutorial on whatever feature you’re working with.

If you keep a contact form underneath your blog posts, don’t decide to leave it off.

There’s an interesting idea called the principle of least surprise that says if you make your user surprised at how something works…rework it so it’s more intuitive.

In some ways, this also bleeds into UX design because it reduces frustration on your users and increases retention and reduces bounce rate.

They will know exactly where they stand in the process, eliminating any ambiguity. This is especially important for mobile users, as screen real estate is at a premium.

Provide a pop-up or modal that tells them their action was a success reduces frustration and confusion.

Really, whenever the user takes any action within your interface, just a small acknowledgment can be the difference in a good experience and a lackluster one.

They will recognize the process once the first modal appears, and they won’t have to expend the energy recalling exactly how to perform those actions.

Well, that’s because those designers didn’t take into consideration how their users were going to interact with their product.

You can swipe down on Snapchat to see yourself, swipe left to get to the conversations, right to stories, and up to get to your memories (or whatever they’re being called this week).

When you’re designing your UI, choose if you’re going to use menus and taps, iconography, swipes and gestures, or something else entirely.

If you want users to find your mobile menu, use the hamburger icon (the three stacked lines), not a grid.

If you decide to include the only search field at the bottom of your sidebar, page footers, or beneath the text of your blog posts, folks won’t know where to look.

There’s nothing wrong with thinking outside the box and going for a new and innovative design, but that shouldn’t mean the design is hard to use.

We mean that the elements on your page need to have a clear hierarchy for both utility and the way the user sees the page.

Making use of whitespace is also important, as clutter can stall user progress and draw the eye away from the purpose of the page.

Clean lines, lots of space, and well-defined elements can visually indicate to your users how to move through your UI without any documentation or annotation.

In fact, the better option is for contextual menus for all of the actions the user can take on any particular item (or page).

If you’re consistent in your UI, as we talked about above, your users will understand that these context menus or toolbars will always have the entire list of actions for any given element.

Doing this can be as simple as adding a cancel button to every page of your ecommerce checkout (because pressing the browser’s back button may cause things to go haywire).

When your users feel free and unconstrained, you’ve obviously followed some good UI design principles.

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