Important Tips for Website Design

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4 months ago | | Aftab Raja

Don't just begin designing your website. Ensuring that your website is effectively meeting the needs of your visitors and is user friendly you need to map out your users flow from the first time they visit website to the moment they become a trusted customer.

Tips for Website Designing:

Style Guides:

Style guides are most popular in the publishing world. They can come in the form of huge books or documents that media publications follow to maintain solitary styles throughout the content of the website. 

Keep Homepage Minimalist:

Visitor rarely read every single word on a website. Instead, users quickly scan pages, watch out main content and sentences. Keeping these behaviors in mind, it’s better to appeal to emotions rather than word count. The less someone looking at your site has to read, click on or remember, the better they’ll be able to process and evaluate what’s going on in front of them.

Eliminate Following From Website

There are certain elements on website that are going to detract from the brand values and the message trying to convey from website. Complicated animations, content that’s too lengthy, stock website images are just some factors on the list to be eliminated.

"First Impression is the last impression", within 3-4 seconds of user opened the website is the time you can capture user attention and ensure whether user will stay or bounce back, a website needed to create like its first impression can easily gets the main points across. This should be done with short, powerful sections of content and applicable images.

Compelling Images:

Images has a great impact on making website attractive and eye cathing along with elaborating the agenda of the website.

You might not realize that how much space images occupy when you create a websites which if ignored can result in slow webiste loading speed. By compressing images before adding them to your Website, one can reduce/shrink a GIF or .JPEG image by up to half its original size and hence improving a website loading speed.

Readibility:

Readability is very important part of the website especially on mobile devices or on different sizes screens, and has played a huge role in this trend’s rising popularity, but it also fits in
nicely with the ever-popular minimalist and flat design trends.

Readability defines that how easy it is for users to recognize words, sentences, and phrases on the website. When site’s readability is high, users will be able to efficiently scan your site and
take in the information in the text without giving much effort.

Easy Navigation:

Website navigation plays a important role as it give the ease to use website and find the relevant information quickly. Don’t send visitors on a wild goose hunt when wandering through your site.

A website with a easy navigation even helps search engines to index website content along with improving the user experience. Placing tons of links in your navigation menu, sidebar, blog posts, and even the homepage may seem like a great way to keep people on your site, but it can actually go the other way.

Complicated navigation systems create way too many options for people, so much so that they may decide to leave your site altogether.

Create New or Unique Offerings

Converting visitors is the core way you can evaluate how many users are moving down your marketing funnel. Many of us know that the way you typically convert visitors is by presenting offers, demos, or items that they will find attractive.

Include Social Share and Follow Buttons

Producing great content and offers only go so far if you aren’t giving your users the opportunity to share what you have.

If your website currently lacks social share buttons, you could be missing out on a lot of social media traffic that's generated from people already reading your blog!If this sounds new to you,
social sharing buttons are the small buttons that are around the top or bottom of blog posts. They contain icons of different social media website and allow you to share the page directly on the social media channel of your choice.

These buttons act as a non-pushy tool that encourages social sharing from your buyer personas.


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