Which comes first — the visual or the re-calibrating blink?
Scientists have shown that the average person blinks 15-20 times per minute. That’s up to 1,200 times per hour and a whopping 28,800 times in a day–much more often than we need to keep our eyeballs lubricated. In fact, we spend about 10 percent of our waking hours with our eyes closed.
But given the human propensity to satisfy curiosities via a visual check-out first and today’s gizmo-loaded life, clearly eye fatigue is the elephant in your fore sight. From the finite softer hues of a human face to the glare of screens is an am-to-pm precoccupation for most of us.
For those among us who have taken to guiding others on the digital-way, getting the web design right is akin to getting the delectability of the falafel just right. Client meetings are indeed tricky. At Whyte Company, one of the best web design company in Qatar, we strive to achieve our clients vision and skip past most of the must-be-done paradigms. Communication requires a pleasant hue to achieve that modicum of acceptance, which makes it a job well begun.
Ditto for visual communication. This however is a far cry from verbal communication which ultimately boils down to tone and tenor. The visual menu today is just not a faithful replication of nature’s oh-wow VIBGYOR treat.
The Pixel Palette is indeed customized and how, as each one of has tucked away as a favourite.
Its critical. The design of a websites navigation has a bigger impact on success or failure than almost any other factor. It affects traffic and search engine rankings. It affects conversions and user-friendliness – Kissmetrics
Ergo, the hunt for the optimum web design which keeps eye fatigue at bay — at least until the message gets across to the viewer. 2015 offered us a number of such visually-easy (and continuously improved) initiatives like flat designs, hidden menus, infinite scrolling, ghost buttons and card designs and background videos to name a few. Let’s look at basic features of these web design trends and a view at Whyte Company’s portfolio with some of its best web design projects in Qatar.