Website Layout Review – Abraham

B ank sites face the challenge of presenting their clients with a reliable online interface that allows access, allows a bank customer to imagine that transactions can occur online without difficulty. Their colors are always conservative, always designed to encourage trust.

At first, their sites can seem a little boring, but if you look closely, you see the ways that designers shape a story, a visual framing that helps viewers to see themselves and others in the space, to imagine that they might trust this particular organization.  In looking at three different designs–one for x bank, one for y bank, and one for z bank, we can see that writers and visual designers work together.  In addition, with companies like Chase, the shift to a more contemporary approach avoids the traditional visual story, an interesting shift that creates a different “feel” for a space. In that shift, and in teh comparison between the more traditional approach (Wells Fargo), writers who contribute to User Experience can see some of the challenges and some of the opportunities in the older approaches and the newer designs.

IF you want to have that drop letter be more interesting visually, look at the snippet code at https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/divi-resources/5-text-styling-tricks-for-wordpress-and-divi

 

web site #1 Summary

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  • Navigation
  • Layout
  • Typography
  • Color
  • Image Composition

 

Bank sites face the challenge of presenting their clients with a reliable online interface that allows access, allows a bank customer to imagine that transactions can occur online without difficulty. Their colors are always conservative, always designed to encourage trust.

At first, their sites can seem a little boring, but if you look closely, you see the ways that designers shape a story, a visual framing that helps viewers to see themselves and others in the space, to imagine that they might trust this particular organization.  In looking at three different designs–one for x bank, one for y bank, and one for z bank, we can see that writers and visual designers work together.  In addition, with companies like Chase, the shift to a more contemporary approach avoids the traditional visual story, an interesting shift that creates a different “feel” for a space. In that shift, and in teh comparison between the more traditional approach (Wells Fargo), writers who contribute to User Experience can see some of the challenges and some of the opportunities in the older approaches and the newer designs.

IF you want to have that drop letter be more interesting visually, look at the snippet code at https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/divi-resources/5-text-styling-tricks-for-wordpress-and-divi

Web site #2 Overview

What your web site two does that you think is nifty.

  • Navigation
  • Layout
  • Typography
  • Color
  • Image Composition

 

Bank sites face the challenge of presenting their clients with a reliable online interface that allows access, allows a bank customer to imagine that transactions can occur online without difficulty. Their colors are always conservative, always designed to encourage trust.

At first, their sites can seem a little boring, but if you look closely, you see the ways that designers shape a story, a visual framing that helps viewers to see themselves and others in the space, to imagine that they might trust this particular organization.  In looking at three different designs–one for x bank, one for y bank, and one for z bank, we can see that writers and visual designers work together.  In addition, with companies like Chase, the shift to a more contemporary approach avoids the traditional visual story, an interesting shift that creates a different “feel” for a space. In that shift, and in teh comparison between the more traditional approach (Wells Fargo), writers who contribute to User Experience can see some of the challenges and some of the opportunities in the older approaches and the newer designs.

IF you want to have that drop letter be more interesting visually, look at the snippet code at https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/divi-resources/5-text-styling-tricks-for-wordpress-and-divi

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