Good UI design feels right and seems to magically makes sense. Creating it can appear mysterious; but UX designer Erik D. Kennedy pulls back the curtain in two blogposts to reveal 7 principles that you can follow to build simple, intuitive UI interfaces.
A couple of rules that I’m going to definitely try out were the “Black and white first” rule to make better spacing and layout decisions and the tip-rich “Learn the methods of overlaying text on images” rule. Pretty much all the tips can significantly improve your UI design prowess. Good stuff.
7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI (Part 1) and 7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI (Part 2) | Erik D. Kennedy via eWebDesign Newsletter