Create a unified look and make life easier for your visitors.
Web design can take weeks and even months if planning is not done properly beforehand. It is important to plan and map out the website structure before any design begins. Spending a little more time on planning your site will save you hours and hours of frustration later. We follow these guidelines for a better-quality web experience.
- Do you want to sell things online?
- Get more visitors to read your articles?
- Attract more advertisers?
- Provide information about your services?
Start building a better web experience!
Web design can take weeks and even months if planning is not done properly beforehand. It is important to plan and map out the website structure before any design begins. Engage us today for that important website your company requires.
Planning your web design interface
We never skip the planning stage. Companies that jump straight into developing the website content – rather than investing time in planning – have often lived to regret it. They lose time, effort and money when they have to make substantial changes to make the site more user-friendly. More importantly, by creating a poorly planned website, visitors may be left with a negative brand impression.
Next we need to focus on the reason for having a website. Do you want to sell things to people? Get them to read your articles? Attract advertisers? Provide more information about your services?
Perfecting your site’s navigation
This is the most important aspect in a web design, and most of us have experienced going to a website, and leaving in frustration when we simply cannot find what we want. It is important to consider the labels to use for navigational elements. If the words used are too long or too difficult, visitors may feel frustrated. Clear navigation is essential if you want a popular, usable website.
The internet is filled with billions of web pages, so it is extremely important to offer something unique to your visitor. However, many tend to throw every bit of information onto their website, flooding and overwhelming the visitor with too much detail. Nice bite-sized contents will be easier for the visitor to digest and search engine (SEO) ranking.
- Stay away from web design that is too confusing
- Limit the number of pages per topic
- Consider the language complexity
- Simplify your navigational elements
- Create a unified look