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What lies behind a great User Interface and Experience on Web? Spilling beans on the secret of magicians (The UI guys) who have been capturing our imaginations ever since the evolution of Web 2.0

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  • Thank you adtiya. Good evening people. Before moving ahead, main ye janana chahunga. Yaha kitane entrepreneurs hai ? Kitane entrepreneur banana chahte hai? Ok Aap log good vs bad design ke decision kis basis pe leto ho? Based on aapko kya pasn hai ya kay pasand nahi. Ya, aapke product ke user ko kya pasnd aayega ya nahi. Perfect, lets get more scientific about it.
  • mai aap ko jo chiche batanewala hun wo ye …. Pause Nahi hai. Kisi ko bhi aisi cheeze kabhi pasand nahi aayegi. Mai aapko
  • Kisi bhi design ka important msg/visual /action points ko agar aap in green dots ya in line pe rakhate ho Toh ye guideline which applies to the process of composing visual images such as paintings, photographs and designs.The guideline proposes that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally-spaced horizontal lines and two equally-spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections. Proponents of the technique claim that aligning a subject with these points creates more tension, energy and interest in the composition than simply centering the subject would. The best focal point for subjects is at the intersection of these lines with secondary emphasis being seen along the lines themselves. In the rule of thirds, photos are divided into thirds with two imaginary lines vertically and two lines horizontally making three columns, three rows, and nine sections in the images. Important compositional elements and leading lines are placed on or near the imaginary lines and where the lines intersect.
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  • Serif - Sanserif the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes The term comes from the French word sans, meaning "without”.
  • Serif - Sanserif the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes The term comes from the French word sans, meaning "without”.
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  • Design thinking

    1. 1. Design Thinking
    2. 2. Design:That changed the world !Awesome Utility.
    3. 3. Design:As an expression.As art.
    4. 4. Beautiful Bullock Cart
    5. 5. A bullock cart = A carA car is better suited to the needs of today’s worldSo, a Design that suits the needsof that particular situation is good design. Isnt it?
    6. 6. Whats the common thread?
    7. 7. Simple Design
    8. 8. Intuitive Design
    9. 9. Fluous Design
    10. 10. Fool-proof Design
    11. 11. Beautiful Design +Awesome product idea
    12. 12. • Simple Design• Intuitive Design• Fluous Design• Fool-proof Design• Beautiful Design
    13. 13. Local Grocery Store
    14. 14. Shopping Mall
    15. 15. e-commerce sites
    16. 16. DesignBasics
    17. 17. TheRule of Thirds
    18. 18. Photography
    19. 19. Photography
    20. 20. OutdoorAdvertisement
    21. 21. OutdoorAdvertisement
    22. 22. WebApplication
    23. 23. WebApplication
    24. 24. Layout &Composition
    25. 25. ColourHarmony
    26. 26. PrimarySecondary
    27. 27. Typography
    28. 28. Serif Sans SerifA A
    29. 29. Serif Sans SerifA A
    30. 30. Print WebHeading HeadingLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,consectetur adipiscing elit. consectetur adipiscing elit.Fusce feugiat sapien at urna Fusce feugiat sapien at urnatempus a faucibus nulla mattis. tempus a faucibus nulla mattis.Maecenas dapibus, massa a Maecenas dapibus, massa acondimentum fringilla, ipsum condimentum fringilla, ipsumdolor sodales leo, non tincidunt dolor sodales leo, non tincidunt turpis velit ac anteturpis velit ac ante
    31. 31. DesignConsistency
    32. 32. Case studyinTouchId
    33. 33. ??
    34. 34. Thank you
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