How to distinguish a high-quality design from a low-quality one?
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If you are in the process of choosing a designer for your website or application, you may have already seen how many designers are ready to offer you their services. But how to choose a designer, which will provide you with the best quality design?
Here are the simple steps you can do to estimate the designer’s quality of work, even if you are choosing a designer for the first time:
The font sizes on the site should be appropriate for their purpose. The headings should be the largest, the subheadings should be smaller, and the font of the body text should be at least half the size of the heading.
The designer also shouldn’t use too many different font sizes for the website.
The correct hierarchy of font sizes allows your website visitor to determine the importance of information, and after that, the visitor will feel comfortable.
Small phrases and headings can be center-aligned, but the main text can only be left-aligned. (Or right-aligned for right-to-left languages.)
Free space or “overweight”?
There should be enough space between text and images for comfortable reading. Free space will never spoil the design of the site, but only highlight the necessary information.
Do you want to know more? Check the post: How to distinguish a high-quality website code from a low-quality one?