This article will focus on graphics designing. Moreover, this is a sub-article of the main E-commerce implementation and the below links provide access to the main article and sub-articles.
- E-commerce Implementation
- Graphics Designing (You are here)
- Background Testing
- Business Goals
- Interaction Design
- E-commerce Strategies
- E-commerce Integration
- Marketing Software
- Performance Optimization
Graphic designers create visual concepts that inspire, inform, and transform. Furthermore, use industry-leading tools to build innovative design projects. Moreover, the below section will discuss the skills need to become an in-demand visual thinker and communicator.
Look and Feel
In software design, look and feel is a term which use with respect to a graphical user interface and comprises aspects of its design, including elements such as colors, shapes, layout, and typefaces (the “look”), as well as the behavior of dynamic elements such as buttons, boxes, and menus (the “feel”). The term can also refer to aspects of a non-graphical user interface (such as a command-line interface), as well as to aspects of an API – mostly to parts of an API that are not related to its functional properties. The term is used in both software and websites.
Moreover, Look and feel applies to other products. In the documentation, for example, it refers to the graphical layout (document size, color, font, etc.) and the writing style. In the context of equipment, it refers to consistency in controls and displays across a product line.
Most importantly, look and feel in operating system user interfaces serves two general purposes. First, it provides branding, helping to identify a set of products from one company. Second, it increases ease of use, since users will become familiar with how one product functions (looks, reads, etc.) and can translate their experience to other products with the same look and feel.
Designing Key Subpages
To get notify and make an impact that will influence prospects, successful websites need to be alluring. That’s why we recommend creating custom designs and layouts for your key service or product pages. These pages then become like mini homepages that are laser-focused on one particular service or product. Create a more lasting impression with illustrations, non-traditional layouts, call-to-action, typography, animations and more. Imagine how much better your web experience would be with such pages; imagine the difference it will make in conversions.