Web/UI Design

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Web/UI design
In web design, great user interface, or UI design is all about helping the user to accomplish a given task as simply and efficiently as possible. While the look and feel is undeniably important, at the core of a great UI is function: in terms of navigation, it should be intuitive to the point of being invisible. As soon as a user gets lost, or can't work out where to go, the UI has failed.

This list of websites and apps may have different design principles and different functions, but they have one thing in common - effective UI design that satisfies all of the above and more.
 The Web UI is an HTML-based application used to configure and manage the server appliance from a remote client. By extending the Web UI, you can build a consistent, reliable, and extensible UI.
More pointedly, good user experience is the art of a drill going through wood, or a surfboard gliding through water effortlessly. The feelings those give you is unparalleled because they just work, simple as that. Though, in contrast, the shape of that board that helps it make those turns on the wave is good UI, and the surfwax on the top so you don’t slip off is also good UI whereas good UI is always a very important inner-element of that.

Outside of the design industry people get really emotionally about design. Which makes it a no-brainer when you think about how important a designer’s job really is. They do more than just put a nice pretty ambiance on things. They can literally create an entire emotion around your product, and should.

The designer is one of the most important people on your team, and should be treated as such. As a related example, Mark Zuckerburg keeps the desks of the Facebook lead designers multiple feet from his desk when he is at work. Engineers are important, but they are what the users don’t see. Their effects are implicit, like site speed and database architecture, but a designer is very much expressing himself all over your product — and there is something to be said for that.

 We relish maturity, and when it comes to UI nothing really has grown the user facing (front-end) web more to what it is today, presently, than UI design has. We are now taking the web more seriously than we ever have, and that will no doubt just continue to increase. Consider how much we do now online. We manage our tasks, meetings, watch video, interact via networking, gaming, and literally do anything we can online. Not only is it better on natural resources, it is one of the more fun ways to do things. Ask yourself why it’s so fun, and the answer you will invariably get back is that it is often so beautiful.


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