RODUQ

   WEBSITE

 Save trees. Make beautiful websites.

It is now a common phrase for a business: “if we can't find you on the internet, you don't exist”, and what a better representation for your company than a great, responsive website. There is no better place to give this task than Roduq.

Our team of specialist contacting artist, designer, engineers and even psychologists will prepare an in depth research about every little detail. They will lay solid foundation for a project that will stand out in every way. But visuals are of course not the only thing that matter. Our specialists will document for example user base and wide spectrum of information needed to maintain/gain popularity. You can even leave us this task after the site is up so you know which way to go afterwards.

Beneath you will find few examples of web designing elements we proudly provide. For more, feel free to contact us, and we will help you find those crucial factors that will built a strong brand that will surly stand out among the rest.

      

 
 
 
 
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WHAT CAN WE DO?

Below are examples of what can we do with your brand to get the best out of it and to bring people together

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USER INTERFACE

The team of fantastic and creative artists works closely with the entire group of programmers, creating a highly thought-out, aesthetically pleasing interface, easy to use.

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USER EXPERIENCE

Our way of creating and managing user experience is phenomenal due to our diverse team. Give them a try, and you won’t regret it.

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SEO

Search engine Optimization is vital for your online visibility. With our knowledge of the internet as a technical spectrum combined with psychological analysis of the target audience we can smoothly steer the traffic directly to you

 
 
 
User Interface
 

User interface in the industrial design field of human–computer interaction, is the space where interactions between humans and machines occur - that what wikipedia says. But lets simplify it by bringing it to website designing. Here we will try to explain what are the main ingredients to get a useful yet aesthetic user interface.

1. Beautiful and Simple yet Useful

First adjective you want your future website to be associated is probably "stunning" or any other that describes how beautiful it is. It is essential, but it is the first step were a lot of people make the biggest mistake that not only make the UI worse but also becomes the root of problems in the user experience stage – not agreeing on the same concept style of design through the whole site.

As many of you may already know, while discovering the possibilities that the modern technology provides together with the vast beautiful concepts styles we can use it becomes a hell of a task to choose the best one. In this stage a lot of inexperienced designers jam everything they find useful or “cool” looking without any concept behind it. One of the worst things you can do is cram a lot of opposing styles even on the same page.

In our experience simplicity that works is the key. Of course there is a thin line when it looses its usefulness but it is still better than being disoriented on for example restaurant site while ordering food. So if you can simplify something, do it. Cramming everything on one page, with ton of buttons, flashing pop-ups and links will just steer the traffic right away.

 

2. Movement is Awesome

Animation, once done correctly can make your site truly stand out among all others. You can hide load times in them, you can create great transitions or just make it feel like the sites alive. But as with everything, there are times when it is just plain annoying.

It is important that the animation you choose, or the transitions you want to see are working with the static visuals of the site. It is in many cases an exhausting and complex work and that’s why you don’t see it that often. Done incorrectly it can get unpleasant for the audience, especially when your site works more like a platform or portal which is visited often and the work you do there is the same. You need to know your audience and you need to predict how your future website will be used.

Another aspect is performance. Even if you have for example the best idea for animated transition you must remember that it needs to work smoothly in order to have that desired effect on user. Some animation may be a really complex code that even today's machine and bandwidth have problem with it. But don’t worry, going with a team that contains artists and engineers will certainly make it easier. They may sometimes fight with each other but working together they can create wonderful examples of digital movement.

 

3. Catch Their Eyes

Digital online sphere is getting bigger every day. With millions of websites you most likely need to make your first impression vaunt. It is hard but nonetheless possible if going the right path and laying proper foundations along the way.

Color pallet is almost always the first thing (besides the content of course) that sinks in when deciding if this site is worth our time. Think about your whole page as a big painting. If certain elements won’t match the color tone or pallet of others it becomes aesthetically unpleasant. But when done correctly it can surely make a note in a user's mind. There are a lot of sites which may have less content but the pleasing style can easily make up for that.

Small animation, icons and visual representation instead of plain text is also a great catching element. In today’s world the images truly speaks more than thousands words. Just look at emoticons and how they become an integral part of our life. Human brain works best with visual. Use that to your advantage to make your site simpler yet more memorable.

4. Remeber About The Engineers

There are lot of great artist that will create your conceptual designs that look like taken from a dream. They present you videos or gifs that show you all the endless possibility of interactive, animated design, but it is important to understand that for it to work in real time, on a website it needs to be backed up by complex coding. This one maybe belongs more to user experience part but nonetheless it also affects the interface and the design in general.

It is simple math: interactive, animated design is only as good as the coding behind it. If the latter one fails, the user will definitely feel or even see it. It is very annoying and unappealing when the simplest tasks are not working due to faulty coding or the huge complex ability of the animation.

To avoid all that and make your site as user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing it is crucial that artists and engineers are in constant communication with each other. The first group need to remember that not everything is possible, and they need to be flexible in terms of their designs and the second one need to bring their A-game and have to do everything they can to make it happen. We are a company that understand that and built our team on constant contact and mutual respect. Only then we can achieve a seemingly living, beautiful website.

 
 
User Experience
 

User experience (UX) refers to a person's emotions and attitudes about using a particular product, system or service. It includes the practical, experiential, effective, meaningful and valuable aspects of human–computer interaction and product ownership. Additionally, it includes a person’s perceptions of system aspects such as utility, ease of use and efficiency. User experience may be considered subjective in nature to the degree that it is about individual perception and thought with respect to the system. User experience is dynamic as it is constantly modified over time due to changing usage circumstances and changes to individual systems as well as the wider usage context in which they can be found. In the end, user experience is about how the user interacts with and experiences the product.

1. Know your enemy... Know everything!

First adjective you want your future website to be associated is probably "stunning" or any other that describes how beautiful it is. It is absolutely essential, but it is the first step were a lot of people make the biggest mistake that not only make the UI worse but also becomes the root of problems in the user experience stage – not agreeing on the same concept style of design through the whole site.

As many may already know, while discovering the possibilities that the modern technology provides together with the vast beautiful concepts styles we can use it becomes a hell of a task to choose the best one. In this stage a lot of inexperienced designers jam everything they find useful or “cool” looking without any concept behind it. One of the worst things you can do is cram a lot of opposing styles even on the same page.

In our experience simplicity that works is the key. Of course there is a thin line when it looses its usefulness but it is still better than being disoriented on for example restaurant site while ordering food. So if you can simplify something, do it. Cramming everything on one page, with ton of buttons, flashing pop-ups and links will just steer the traffic right away.

 

2.Plan your stucture

Animation, once done correctly can make your site truly stand out among all others. You can hide load times in them, you can create great transitions or just make it feel like the sites alive. But as with everything, there are times where it is just plain annoying.

It is important that the animation you choose, or the transitions you want to see are working with the static visuals of the site. It is in many cases an exhausting and complex work and that’s why you don’t see it that often. Done incorrectly it can get unpleasant for the audience, especially when your site works more like a platform or portal which is visited often and the work you do there is the same. You need to know your audience and you need to predict how you future website will be used.

Another aspect is performance. Even if you have for example the best idea for animated transition you must remember that it needs to work smoothly in order to have that desired effect on user. Some animation may be a really complex code that even todays machine and bandwidth have problem with it. But don’t worry, going with a team that contains artists and engineers will certainly make it easier. They may sometimes fight with each other but working together they can create wonderful examples of digital movement.

 

3. Experience Strategy

Digital online sphere is getting bigger every day. With millions of websites you most likely need to make your first impression vaunt. It is hard but nonetheless possible if going the right path and laying proper foundations along the way.

Colour pallet is almost always the first thing (besides the content of course) that sinks in when deciding if this site is worth our time. Think about your whole page as a big painting. If certain elements won’t match the colour tone or pallet of others it becomes aesthetically unpleasant. But when done correctly it can surely make a note in a user's mind. There are a lot of site which may have less content but the style is so pleasing it can easily make up for that.

Small animation, icons and visual representation instead of plain text is also a great catching element. In today’s world the images truly speaks more than thousands words. Just look at emoticons and how they become an integral part of our life. Human brain works best with visual. Use that to your advantage to make your site simpler yet more memorable.

4. Interaction Design

There are lot of great artist that will create you conceptual designs that look like taken from a dream. They present you videos or gifs that show you all the endless possibility of interactive, animated design, but it is important to understand that for it to work in real time, on a website it need to be backed up by complex coding. This one maybe belongs more to user experience part but nonetheless it also affects the interface and the design in general.

It is simple math: interactive, animated design is only as good as the coding behind it. If the latter one fails, the user will definitely feel or even see it. It is very annoying and unappealing when the simplest tasks are not working due to faulty coding or the huge complexability of the animation.

To avoid all that and make your site as user friendly and aesthetically pleasing it is crucial that artists and engineers are in constant communication with each other. The first group need to remember that not everything is possible and they need to be flexible in terms of their designs and the second one need to bring their A-game and have to do everything they can to make it happen. We are a company that understand that and built our team on constant contact and mutual respect. Only then we can achieve a seemingly living, beautiful website.