A great UI/UX design is pivotal for a business to build
meaningful interactions with users and boost conversions.
Whether you are a neophyte or a maven, mistakes are imminent.
And if you are a professional designer, the design just caught
you when your creative juices dried up. The cost of these
mistakes is not cheap. Disappointed users will contribute to
bounce rates due to bad experiences. It could be anything - the
slightest slip-up to the most significant loophole that went
A baffing navigation
Navigation drives usability. A good design is intuitively clear
and shows the user how everything works – almost at a glance.
For instance, visitors should know what buttons to click and
where to hover. Apply the Three Click Rule. It should not take
the users any more than three clicks to get to a webpage.
An Overloaded Style
When you overload the website, you lose the user’s cognition. It
turns the edge off, and experience is stunted. Instead, guide
users through the process smoothly as you reduce the clutter.
Fonts rule 95% of website design. Strange but true. We know – it
should be design, isn’t it? But unfortunately, font and style
consistency are features that distinguish and announce a good UI
design. The font should be stylish yet readable – which means
you must optimise typography for readability, inclusiveness and