First Impressions5:44 with Anwar Montasir
What defines an aesthetically pleasing design? That’s a complex question. But since we’re concentrating on making a solid first impression, we’ll focus our answer on two principles: Grid and Visual Hierarchy.
Bounce rate: the percentage of users who visit a web page and leave without taking any action.
Aesthetic-Usability Effect: users often perceive designs that are aesthetically pleasing as being more usable
Grids: a series of invisible lines that determine where your content will align. Neatly aligned content looks cleaner, more professional, and more aesthetically pleasing than content that’s poorly aligned.
Visual hierarchy: presenting design elements to show their order of importance.
Law of proximity: objects near each other tend to be grouped together conceptually
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