The Value of a Good Web Design

web designWhat is someone told you that a beautifully designed website would get you a million visits per month? What if they said that other than making your online place more appealing and functional, a great web design will help you build authority, too?

Well, it’s true. Here are some of the things you need to know before implementing a new website design:

Remarkable Realities

First, you should know that the appearance of websites change from one browser to another. Different browsers have special systems in decoding features and display things differently according to the browser or screen used. Experts know how to handle this concern. They will fix Cascading Style Sheets Specification and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) along with browser suitability. After this, your site will look good on any browser.

Secondly, a site design that is easy to view and understand results in a 47% boost in user-friendliness. Your clients should find essential items like company updates and the buying section without any trouble.

Also, updating your site all the time serves your business well. Being online for some time, however, makes your design obsolete. To avoid problems like formatting worries or not ranking well on the search engine results pages, keep your web design new with modern data and features.

You may attend a training focusing on SEO and web design to learn more about these basics.

In Vogue in 2015     

Mind the dimensions of the website. This, however, depends on the format you are going to use. For instance, parallax websites require wider and larger dimensions to render a 3D effect.

Parallax makes a good design option. It is highlighted by moving parts created from scrolling patterns or cursor signs within web pages. This is a creative way of telling the story of your brand.

Creating the multimedia effect with HTML5 only continues to grow in popularity. Raise the River website is an example of an HTML-based design. It used an image of the river system with other matching graphics resulting in a creative interface.

These are only some of the things you need to know about web design. Always make sure that the design project encompasses branding and customer relationship goals.

3 Comments on The Value of a Good Web Design

  1. Oliver L. Harris // August 14, 2015 at 10:04 pm // Reply

    I love parallax design, but I think it consumes too much bandwidth. As a pundit, I’ve always thought of parallax websites as pop-up books. They’re good for brand storytelling, but not effective for e-commerce.

  2. Thomas H. Schwartz // August 14, 2015 at 10:29 pm // Reply

    HTML5 is the best! The example this article cited is quite good, but does not exactly exemplify what HTML5 can do.

  3. Virgie R. Garcia // August 14, 2015 at 10:47 pm // Reply

    The design, foremost, should be about usability, which in turn translates into lower bounce rate and acquisition of leads. It should be at the top of any business’s list.

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