We review some principles and tips on how to optimise our CSS files to improve the load time of the web and thus improve the SEO and UX of our project.
We apply the technique of progressive disclosure in examples with CSS only to improve the user experience.
We present a new selection in SiloCreativo in which some of the best professionals will talk about the topics that they dominate. For this premiere we have Felix Ortega, UX Designer, who explains what progressive disclosure is and the importance it has on effective user experience.
Forms are one of the most forgotten element in web design. But this doesn’t make much sense because forms are where the user interact with our apps or website. Let’s revise how we can improve the UX with new CSS pseudo-classes.
We animate the hamburger icon, which gives access to the responsive menu using transformations and CSS pseudo elements along with HTML, and turning the element into a new menu close icon that improves the UX in case the user wants to return to the previous view.
There are many things we have to take into account when designing our website. We need to verify that all elements work, and of course we need to improve the UX. Today we bring you some tips to get it. 😉
A Web is not static but it must be continuously designed to suit the different trends. We also should bear in mind the experience of users. Let’s see some tips! 🙂
Any news regarding the compatibility of WordPress templates with an impact on the UX is always welcome, so the proposal to use a custom menu as social menu meets handful of good practice to carry out: for the users, for the developers and designers.
The main change in conceptualization that responsive web design has brought is certainly the replacement of the pixel by relative units.