Art is a powerful ingredient to influence people to get them attracted to a specific thing. Art is applied to web pages to attract users to use the website more often until it becomes popular, the objective of a web page designer is to catch the user’s interest on what he/she needs in order for the user to experience interacting with the webpage through attractive web designs.
User experiences is the quality of experience a person has when interacting with a specific design. To get the best design, we need to know the purpose, user centric, accessibility, look and feel. Everything we do before making a project must have our minds set to the purpose why are we working on it, have a clear purpose and fulfill a specific need for your website users in the most effective way possible and understand the user purpose of visiting.
Making web page considers the user interface, the goal of user interface design is to make the user’s interaction as simple and efficient as possible, in terms of accomplishing user goals. Good user interface design facilitates finishing the task at hand without drawing unnecessary attention to itself. A good example is Google web page, simple design and not much of graphics which is an advantage that makes the website load faster to please the user’s experience which is one of the reasons why Google is so popular.
User-centered design (UCD) is a design philosophy where the end-user’s needs, wants and limitations are a focus at all stages within the design process and development life cycle. One way to make a website popular is giving the user other options related to what the user wants to know, an example is YouTube, typing a specific word like a solemn song will give the user optional songs to pick, with the search engines ability to search linked videos helps the user to choose better.
Another thing to consider making a website is the “Look and Feel”, in its most basic terms, the “look and feel” of a website is how the site looks to the user and how it feels when he or she is interacting with it. The “look” is defined by the following components of your website: Color palette, Images, Layout, Font choices, Overall styling.
The “feel” is determined by these characteristics: The movement and response of dynamic components like drop-down menus, buttons, forms, and galleries, Sound effects, The speed by which pages and images load.