CATEGORY: Web Design & Development
SERVICES: UI/UX Design & Development
Designing a good website is often challenging and hard. There may be billions and billions of websites out there only a few thousand of them are mostly good websites. People spend a lot of time on the internet for shopping, ordering food online, exploring their university websites, reading articles from different websites and many more. You can make a user’s day bad just by designing a bad website. It’s time to change. If you are on the verge of designing a website or already have a website and thinking to update your crappy website, this article is totally for you. Don’t worry I got you. I was sailing on the same boat too. So throughout the tutorial, I want you guys to follow two big quotes regarding design.
The principle of simplicity is an integral part of any good website design. It is key to both the readability and usability of your website. Ensuring your designs are consistent across channels will help to build trust and credibility with your target audience. With the growth of mobile, creating a user-friendly, responsive website is crucial for your success. Users want to be able to navigate around your site quickly, so you need to make sure that the website is designed with mobile users in mind. You can do this by using a responsive design that adjusts the layout according to the viewing device, such as a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. ou want to ensure that your navigation is straightforward with a logical hierarchy of links. That way, visitors can easily navigate from one section of your website to another.
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.– Steve Jobs
Design is not just what it looks like and feel. The most important thing to remember when designing your website is that you have to design for your visitors. They are the ones who will be using your website and reading your content, so make it as easy to navigate as possible for them so they will be more inclined to use it. Good design isn’t about showing off with flashy elements and templates. It’s about creating a site that’s easy to use and navigate, looks good, and is simple enough for anyone to use. That way, more people will find your business and use it!s like.
This is a useful post for finding broken links within the website, what about links pointing outwards that are broken? I can use a free web service but wondered if this was possible.
Great tool! I am using a redirect plugin to send all my 404’s to my home page but I think it’s slacking sometimes.