Since 2003 the Mykita Haus has been making individual and unmistakable hand-assembled eye-wear and supplying handmade designer optical eye-wear and vintage glasses for the high-end segment. Its minimalistic approach in design, style, workshop and website have made it more appealing to people, who increasingly want a clean and crisp interface that gives the facts without the frills. It is simple but contains everything necessary. The Mykita Haus website loads faster, takes fewer server resources, and is often faster to develop than more graphically complicated designs.
Minimalism has been a popular website design style for years because it has so many benefits.
When it comes to website design, sometimes less truly is more. So many sites get bogged down in the details, becoming messy; slow to load, or a pain to navigate. The Mykita Haus Company has quickly understood that and the website is “see-able”. There are no pictures and roll-over graphics, mainly black letters and white space. There are no bells and whistles, just a simple text-based message that tells us how to get where.
It doesn’t take much to guide the viewers around because the designers seek to identify the real, functional needs of users and get the clutter out of their way. It’s pretty simple with lots of space and very modern.
Another aspect that makes the Mykita Haus website unique is there is no ads along the sidebar or no needless other gadgets, as it appears in different other websites. They give a professional and clean impression to visitors. The use of graphic elements is very limited and the focus is put on the typography. When loading any website, we want it to be user-friendly. The four links on the welcome page fulfill that customer requirement meaning that they drive the visitors directly to the frames which are already classified by year and category.
The Mykita Haus website renders a clean, simple and uncluttered website that focuses on what’s most important, the content. When a web page has too many elements, the user may begin to feel confused or annoyed when trying to find what they are looking for. It’s often the most minimal of websites that make the largest impact and the Mykita Haus website has been doing that so far. They demonstrate that they can still get all of their information across, express their company’s unique character, and make a powerful visual statement even within the simplest and most streamlined of looks.