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I've seen designers make pretty websites where the text was only readable on Macbook removed link I never ended up engaging with their content because I did not enjoy eye removed link I've also had friends who exclusively use light interfaces because light grey on dark objects strained their removed link Users have different browsers that display content removed link
Also, designers with artistic vision are often poor removed link I used to design free resources for forums, and it's never the aesthetically innovative designs that are widely removed link It's always the simple designs that are visually legible to removed link
I think it's possible to gain UX instincts over time, but you have to be paying attention to what users think of your prior removed link
(Also, UX also refers to research and the digital removed link You seem to be asking specifically about the UI design).
First of all I look my own eye. Next I ask my friends from FB, TW and others social media to go on my website and let them say their opinion. Second - I following website analytics. In this case, the most important indicator is the number of views per user. If it's big, I think it's good design. If this indicator is low, I make changes to the layout and content.
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When it comes to critiquing a user's web-page, I look at a few things to know the quality of the user's experience.
- Appeal to One's Eye
- If it's Easy to Use or Not
- Location of Info
- Widgets if there is any
If all of those are good within the web-page, then generally I will think the user has had a decent amount of experience creating a website removed link