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      To remember few point in mind to make best design

    1. Choose Best Color Theme. It would be necessary to select best color theme, because color theme is basic part of any design. We can choose eye caching color as per the industry standard.
    2. Consistent Navigation: We Have a consistent navigation menu on the design. Where user can find every thing easily..

    3. Fonts: Make sure your fonts are large enough for most to read. It is better to use Google font and dont go crazy using too many fonts. Try to be consistent.

    4. Guest Checkout Allowing visitors to purchase products or services as guests is one way to encourage purchases from mobile devices. Smartphones and tablets have keyboards, but signing up or logging in is just one more form that takes time and requires typing, which can be frustrating on small screens.
      Users are also less likely to complete registration if they need to confirm the account. The best setup allows users to sign up or log in with their existing accounts, but does not require it. One-time customers are especially appreciative of the ease of checkout when this option is available.

    5. Responsive Design
      Try to Crete Responsive layout, whether they are on a laptop, tablet or mobile device.

    6. Feedback
      User-centered design is about obsessing over users needs and ensuring feedback is driving every step of the design process. Getting low-fidelity wireframes and mockups in front of customers as early as possible for proper feedback is your No. 1 priority. You want to minimize assumption-based effort.
    7. Understanding Customers
      Really talk to customers. Dont try to sell them your product, idea or service. You should instead understand from the customer perspective if there is a need and how it can be fulfilled.

    8. Testing on Different Monitors
      Its really common for UX guys to work on large monitors similar to the 27 Thunderbolt displays that most of my team members use. But the experience a user will have on a laptop, tablet or PC that doesn't have a cinema display will likely be very different.

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