By WalkingTree July 30, 2020
Every designer has a different approach when it comes to delivering quality design. It’s best to have design criteria or like a checklist for delivering better products or services. A UI checklist covers diverse topics that all of your team members will appreciate. Let’s take a look at some of the checklist points in terms of UI.
- Are you using brand colors exclusively?
- Does your relative spacing match the relative spacing of similar UI elements?
- Are you using the right shadow criteria?
- Do interactions, icons that perform the same actions as others that already exist in the site or app?
- Are you using the appropriate sizes and elements for desktop vs. mobile web vs. an app?
- Are you using existing elements/components where appropriate?
- Is your icon placement relative to text appropriate?
- Are animation curves and durations to enter, exit, and state change defined?
- Are all states accounted for?
- Are you using heading, body, and helper copy styles correctly?
- Are you using the right colors for the type style that you have chosen?
- Do the most important UI elements take priority?
- Are you using the correct type of elements to communicate hierarchy?
- What happens to text when it gets too long? (e.g. truncation, wrapping, etc)
- Are all empty, error, and loading states accounted for?
Read on to know more about the UI checklist and accessibility best practices you can use while designing.
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