Rationale behind the UI/UX

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The majority of consumers use websites to find companies and engage them. A well-crafted and website can help to provide a good customer experience, establish a brand reputation, and reach the target audience.

Most pages have three main elements:


A website header is the upper top part of a webpage that contains a logo and site navigation menu.

Header can also include such features:

  • contact information
  • social networks
  • button
  • shopping cart (eCommerce site)

The header is a strategic area of a website, as it’s the first thing a visitor sees before scrolling the page. It is a global feature and it’s automatically duplicated on each page of the website and constantly available for the visitor.


This is the large area in the center that contains most of the unique content of a web page, for example, a photo gallery you want to display or a feature article you want your visitors to read. This is the area that changes from page to page.

To customize your page body’s layout, you can combine different blocks and elements within blocks. Simply add text, images, links, photos, videos, or any applications by dragging and dropping them into the area and position you wish.

Different block combinations can give your website a unique look.


Footer is a strip across the bottom of a web page that typically contains additional information such as copyright notices, quick access links, social buttons, and contact information. 

Footer, the same as the Header, is a global feature, that is automatically duplicated on each page of the site and constantly available for the visitor.


With the purpose to minimize your time and effort while creating a website, our professional designers have developed ready design solutions divided into themes. To create a website, simply choose a template according to your activity type.

As you have chosen a template, all you have to do is tweak the elements to customize the layout to fit your needs.

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