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postheadericon Keep This in Mind When Designing Your Site

When designing a memorable website there are many elements you should consider. Appearance, Navigation, Content, and overall site performance are significant components in the building process of your company website. You should consider what exactly it is you want your consumers and site visitors to take away from your site so that you know what to tell your web designer beforehand. I guess you can call it your blueprint. This will make the design process a little less complicated.

Making sure your website is user friendly is the first step in the process of designing your site. You want to make sure your website is easy to navigate by not allowing your site to be cluttered with graphics that will reduce allotted speed time. You also want to make sure that whatever content that comprises your site isn’t overbearing and is of quality. Let’s get real, a lot of visitors don’t read each and every word on a website, they skim and scan, so it’s good to not overwhelm web users with too many words and to make sure the words you do use are intriguing enough to keep them focused on your brand and no one else’s.

By having an attractive website, users will instantly receive gratification and confidence in the company they are viewing. It’s easy to become awed by an attractive website and ultimately makes you want to know more about the company and who these fabulous people are behind the meticulous design of their site. Using creative and large images are eye openers alone. Experiment with different color schemes and make sure everything looks neat and organized. If the company is honest about its design and appeal then they must be honest about their products and services, right?

Users don’t want to have pop up pages for each category of every section from a scroll bar of groups. Does that make sense? Of course not. When you visit a site, you want to be able to navigate to and through different areas of the website’s information departments without worrying about a bunch of different windows that take up your whole tab bar or multiple browsers. This can be an instant discouragement, and you don’t want that.

These are just some brief and simple components to take into consideration whether you’re designing your very own website. Either way, it’s significant to brainstorm your ideal website before putting it into action. After all, this site will represent your company and what you stand for. May as well think it through carefully and make sure your visitors are satisfied enough to visit again, and again…and again. Maybe they’ll even want to become a loyal customer. Now there’s a thought.