Understanding User Interface layout Patterns

Types of Layout Patterns

card style layout pattern
Split-screen Layouts
Grids
Single-page Layouts
Asymmetry layout pattern
Navigation Tab layout
Carousels

Salient Points

  • Card Layout-blends text and image
  • Split-screen layout — for minimalist designs
  • Grids — grids need not be visually apparent but they help in element placement, proportional distribution, and interface consistency
  • Single-page layout — a linear and simple experience for users
  • Asymmetry- more expressive to the eye as it conveys movement.
  • Navigation — a common feature of most websites, like a signboard it points you to the needed pages without scouring the whole website
  • Carousel is a series of linear images or text or both with little whitespace that usually showcases some important content.

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