At the time of designing our website, mood boards can be an essential tool in order to help everyone in understanding our organization as well as enhance user experience. It is very helpful in:
This is a creative process which provides a golden opportunity for the designers in an experiment with the articulation of our value proposition and positioning statement.
Web Design Mood Boards: Mood boards for the web design only focus on a specific set of elements in order to help in communicating how the website’ s content and user experience would be impacted. Our mood boards will experiment with a color palette, fonts, photography style, and iconography and navigation style.
It impacts our company’s personality: When our organization selects a mood board, we must ensure that we do not overlook the significance of the decision. Maybe we have this fact that we are simply choosing a mood board that is helpful in adhering our branding guideline and also resonating more adequately with our audience but actually, we are defining the personality and communication style of our website which is the mirror of our organization.
Free College: Most of the designers often collect free high-resolution photos in order to use the material in the future projects. These collections can be handy for the mood board creation. A free college is that which consist of these beautiful photos in effective ways in order to transfer a mood of the design concept. This also can be filled with illustrations, fonts and color examples.
Reference Collections: This can be another source of inspiration and better idea visualization. There are many resources are available through which designers can find inspiring concepts and real projects with a free access. It is united with a style or any other feature that can easily illustrate an idea for a new project. This mood boards can be helpful for clients in effectively comprehending a concept.
Template Boards: These are more like prototype and wireframes and their focus is to show the structure and visual hierarchy of a product. The only difference is that UI elements are not detailed on the template board as in prototypes or schematic as in wireframes.