Now let’s move into the second important element of good design: The User Experience (UX).
After the framework is laid out, the next step is to orchestrate a path to the user experience. Design variables and objectives can be predefined in many ways, but fundamentally it must connect with the user to form the optimal experience. It’s what makes you say words like, amazing, slick, beautiful, scary, sexy, fun, annoy, loud, obnoxious, or cheap. Words that attempts to describe the experience and just like a picture it’ll never be the exact description.
In order to deliver the best user experience, everything goes back to the framework of knowing who you’re targeting and if you know your market. Obviously people have different views and opinions, which is why design can be very subjective from one person’s view to another.
For example, (continuing my car theme) someone that likes sports cars may or may not care about the 0-60 mph acceleration speed, he or she may simply enjoy the exterior look and interior design. On the other end, that same person