User Interface Design (UI) patterns are recurring solutions that solve common design problems. Design layouts are standard go-to points for the experienced UI designer.
Design layouts provide a common language between designers, developers, and software in general. Most layouts used by responsive web pages can be grouped into one of five patterns: mostly fluid, column, and layout. In some cases, a page may use a combination of layouts and or patterns. Some design patterns or layouts include
· Forms for getting inputs, explaining the process and are mostly community-driven
· Tabs, menus, and gestures for navigation
· Tables, images and search for dealing with data
TeamAlfy uses a combination of these to produce responsive and interactive web pages to engage a business and its client base. The interaction between client and business can be made simpler and cost-effective via responsive web design layout or patterns.
What web design patterns or layouts are you into?