Lesson 1 Overview
1. Work Flow
To make a professional web design, you need to go through following steps:
a. To establish a marketing strategy based on customer's demand.
b. Analyze the whole website to confirm the functionality, menus, etc.
c. Creating the sample page.
d. Polish the design.
e. Revise to meet the customer's demand.
a. Viewer can easily find what they want to see.
b. Considering the user experience.
c. Better visual experience
3. User Experience
c. Tips and respond to mouse movements
e. Depending on the application scenario in the decision to submit the form page and return whether to use an intermediate page between pages Depending on the application scenario , to decide whether to display the received form page ( returned after submitting the form page and page transitions between the middle of the page ) , as well as how to use the display receives the form page .
f. Prevent duplicate submission form processing After clicking on the submit button is grayed out treatment to avoid doing slower network response submitted by the user to repeat the same form . Avoid using the page expired user browse back repeatedly submit the form.
g. Page links open a new window , using the principles of the original window or pop-up window Generally, you can use the home page link target = "_blank" attribute to open a new window , and links to other pages should be used on the original window or pop-up windows. If you link the original page content is relatively unimportant page , is a subsidiary nature , the way you can use the pop-up window .
h. Arranged as few options , as few steps arrangements Arrangements as little action menu options based on user habits , while ensuring the least possible steps.
i. Operating logic without loopholes , to ensure safe operation of the data is Logical relationship between multiple operations on the operation between multiple pages and pages designed with safety and rigorous . Users will not be allowed to ensure that the operating portfolio , not because of improper operation of the user causes an error at least .