Pina Mastromonaco & John Kocemba
Published: April 15th, 2021
Great design sets companies apart. It leverages design thinking. It generates more loyalty. It elevates your brand. It results in more sales and an average of 56% greater shareholder return. Many companies aspire to offer great design but few are able to realize it. Here are critical elements of creating great designs.
Great design is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Balance,
shape, color, and visual appeal are integral to design because they
enhance usability, inspire, and capture consumers’ attention. A
superior product development process integrates these design elements.
Design isn’t just aesthetics; the function and usefulness of a product determine whether the design is good or great. Great design solves problems and addresses consumers’ needs.
While good design takes care of users’ needs, great design anticipates and addresses future needs and subsequently reduces a client’s cognitive load.
Ultimately, great design eliminates the number of elements that users need to worry about at any given time, making the user experience more convenient and enriching.
Good design is responsive; great design is responsive and consistent. Essentially great design makes sure the product, service, and website is optimized for every form and is consistent across all platforms. Clients trust companies that anticipate their needs while remaining consistent through its branding platforms.
Great design is intuitive, easy to use, and self-explanatory. It solves clients’ problems without causing additional difficulty.
Great design prioritizes design thinking and uses a human-centred approach to ensure both usability and satisfaction. The focus is on clients and their needs.
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