30 Set Do’s & Don’ts in UX Design

 

OVERALL EXPERIENCE

 

DO: Ensure a quick loading experience.

DON’T: Exclude anyone from easy-to-use navigation.

 

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CONTENT AND SPACING

DO: Try mobile-first design strategies, like formatting content.

DON’T: Ignore typography and let text overlap.

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INTERACTIVE & CLEAN COMMUNICATION

DO: Large and intuitive hit targets and call-to-action.

DON’T: Get too crazy over many different fonts.

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HIGH RESOLUTIONS AND COLOR

DO: Experiment with your images and color schemes.

DON’T: Poor quality or pixelation in images.

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USER FOCUS

DO: Let the user control their browsing experience.

DON’T: Cause distraction from the content.

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Consider these concepts before you start to enhance the usability and appeal of your design!