We all know the very common phrase i.e. “first impression is the last impression” yes, this statement lies with online mediums as well, there are a number of factors affect the psychological theme of a web design in the user’s mind. Using today’s web culture, content should be organized and edited to create a bridge between adequate information in a user-friendly interface rather than overwhelming web visitors. When we design content for users, not for us they feel like; it’s, the right place to spend time, gathering information quickly and adequately.
Organizing a web page dramatically creates psychological impact soon after the visitor visit the web. Proper usage of all spaces should be utilized to summarize the information comprehensively with suitable color pattern matching the subject of product, which we are presenting to users. Now welcome to the modern age of typography; having the power to convey feelings and emotions without words. CSS is playing a vital role compassing advance visual typography and converting the simple layout into a complete psychological package.
Though it is a designer’s domain to study the psycho-tech impact of every single product he/she going to design before making any final layout decision. Product knowledge is very important to pursue a visitor’s brain stimuli; it is suggested to read a little about product before starting.