Trends come and go. Web design just like fashion is changeable and is always changing with new trends replacing the old ones. If you want to create a website, which would be looking professionally, you should always keep up to the latest trends. Just like meeting a new person, it is highly important to make good first impression. So the visitors of your website had a good impression about your website, here are a few important tips on web design. Be Simple and Accurate The world is littered up enough and internet is not an exception. Advertisement, banners, icons, popping up windows, and many more sometimes it is too much. Why not to give the visitors some rest. Use flat design and empty space. You may have a significant influence on visitors using your website. Try to do everything simple and minimalistic enough marking the most important content only. At times the less, the better.
Follow the Trends in Web Design If you read this article, you are on the right track already. You can move along and look for websites with specific purposes namely in order to understand what you like and what you do not like at all. Make notes in your head or on the paper concerning what you want to use on your website. Do you think that long scrolling may answer your website`s needs? Or maybe you like the design of Contact Page on someone`s site. It might be something not that significant like a button icon. Whatever you like on other web resources, think how you can use it in your design.
Remember of Visual Hierarchy If you do not remember what it is, it is a term describing the way your eye moves along a page. The way, which is going to draw attention to important content on the website. For example, if you want to add a Subscribe button, you should place it in the foreground so as many users as possible could click on it. In accordance with visual hierarchy, our eyes move from up to down and from left to right. It means that major amount of people will fix their eyes on a button placed in the top-left corner of your website, and it may lead to the bigger amount of clicks. Remember that the most important content should be placed in this enviable place. When this happens, it is important not to go over the top. If you place too much information here, you will not get a result you were striving for.
Make it Readable Text information plays a great role on the website. It gives a necessary information and answers the questions before they were asked. This is why it is important for visitors to be able to read what is placed on your website easily. There are a few rules, which are going to help you with making your content readable. [*]Use Matching Colors: For example, do not use shift of crème color on the white background. It may cause a headache or make one stop reading at all. Applying a new color scheme, check twice how readable your text is[/list][*]Do not use Small Shrift: It might look nice but it is not practical. Users should not strain their eyes in order to see what you have written. ][/list][*]Follow the chosen Shrifts: Draw up a certain style where 2-3 shifts would be used. If you want to reach perfection, use shrifts, which are easy to read, so your content did not look like a Chinese puzzle. [/list][*]Use Mobile Version to the Maximum: What is the point in the professionally looking website if its mobile version does not look professional? No point at all. There is no need to worry though. There is a mobile website editor intuitively understandable in Wix designer. You do not want to lose visitors/users/potential customers after all because they turned out to be visiting your website while being in a nasty traffic jam.[/list]After all the paragraphs are done, go from an editor to the preview mode, in order to see all the changes in action. About the AuthorMelisa Marzett is excellent at writing. Her works are available for viewing at Big Paper Writer - Custom Writing Companies. if you are curious by nature. Melisa is very curious; she is fond of reading and writing. This is why her pieces come out beautifully.
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In this article, game writer Sande Chen discusses the necessity of interesting choices in the realm of romance.
In the book,How Games Move Us: Emotion By Design, by Professor Katherine Isbister, discusses the dating sim Love Plusat length as an example of emotional design with non-playing characters (NPCs). Love Plus traces the journey of a budding romance, but unlike in real life, there's no fear of actual rejection. The player will always end up "loved" because the NPCs, even when snippy, are always in love with the player. As in romance novels, lovers rejoice after many trials and tribulations.
The player has a choice of 3 different girls, who will react differently according to their personalities. During the initial phase, the Friend Zone, there may even be Jealousy Events as 2 girls discover they both share affection for the same person, the player.
Alas, this brings us to that popular conflict in the realm of romance, the love triangle.
Within the mindset of "a series of interesting choices," we wouldn't want each potential lover to be the same. We want a fulfilling love but not the same one. Each branch of the narrative should lead to love, but because of who we are and our personalities, the journey is not the same. I wrote about this relationship distinction in Interchangeable He And She when discussing a hypothetical change to replace all female pronouns with male ones to include a gay romance option. If the story doesn't lead to love, then it's a tragedy, but one that should be brought forth by clear decisions driven by character traits.
Otherwise, the ending feels forced. The author hadn't taken the care to find a logical means for breaking up the love triangle without making someone act out of character or become a sudden, unmotivated asshole. In the world of linear storytelling, I feel cheated out of a good story when the prince who had been such a caring and devoted childhood friend suddenly becomes a backstabbing fiend so that the girl can fall in love with that other guy in the last 10 pages of the novel.
I find the most interesting love stories are when I'm not sure where the story will go. Both potential lovers are good choices and therefore, it's a very hard choice for the protagonist. I'd be equally happy with either choice as long as it's understandable.
That's often the problem with OTP (One True Pairing) stories. There may be a love triangle, but there's no comparison to the OTP. The other person is such a bad, bad choice that who in their right mind would prefer that person? We start to wonder what's wrong with the protagonist that he or she can't see the obvious. By recasting the protagonist as player, it's easier to see that we would want each potential love affair to be a serious potential love affair.
Sande Chen is a writer and game designer whose work has spanned 10 years in the industry. Her credits include 1999 IGF winner Terminus, 2007 PC RPG of the Year The Witcher, and Wizard 101. She is one of the founding members of the IGDA Game Design SIG.