10 Design Concepts to Use In Your Editor X Website (Part 2)

Knowing what excellent web design is—and how to accomplish it—is one of the first steps in understanding what web design is.

Every designer should be aware of a few fundamental design concepts. Applying these concepts to web design may help both novice and experienced web designers create a site with a unified appearance and feel. Of course, these are recommendations rather than specific laws to follow as we learn how to apply the many parts of a website's design.

Here are the other 5 of 10 Design Concepts to use in creating any website, and particularly in Editor X:

1. White Space

White space is a term used in art and design to describe any portion of a composition that is devoid of visual features (even if it isn't literally white). Although it may not appear to be a vital consideration, the intentional use of white space in web design allows the visual elements of a webpage to breathe. It can also aid in the achievement of other objectives in your composition, such as hierarchy, balance, and focus.

2. Unity

The impact of all the separate pieces you've contributed to your site, ideally resulting in a single harmonic composition, is called unity. The purpose of web design unity is to prevent users from being overwhelmed, confused, or abandoning your site.

It may take a few tries to get it perfect, but once you do, you can be assured that every part of your site contributes to its functionality and speed. This also entails considering what pieces you include, where and how you place them, and whether or not they are genuinely fulfilling a function.

3. Hierarchy

Putting your company name at the bottom of your site is just bad web design. Can you f


igure out why? To find out who you are, first-time visitors would have to browse all the way down your website. This is something we can deduce from the hierarchy principle, which states that the

most important information should be placed in a prominent location where visitors can view and engage with it right away.

4. Speed

After a visitor reaches your site, the speed at which it fully loads is measured. Many factors can influence a page's loading time; some are connected to the visitor's equipment or internet connection, while others are particular to the website they're trying to access. Here is a great place where you can measure the speed of your website: https://pagespeed.web.dev/

5. Responsive Design in Editor X (vs Adaptive Design in Wix)

Mobile devices now account for more than half of all internet traffic, necessitating the adaptation of our websites to the small screen. Adaptive design and responsive design are the two techniques that allow web design to be shifted from its desktop form to a mobile one: Adaptive Design and Responsive Design. Adaptive Design refers to your website being designed in multiple versions so that it can accommodate different screen sizes. The term "responsive design" refers to the creation of websites using a flexible grid. This gives it a dynamic look that changes depending on the device's screen size and orientation. Editor X is the tool that allows you to design fully responsive websites without having to code.

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