What You Should Know Before Designing a Website.

Much like style, web configuration is always changing with patterns and prevailing fashions coming and going. With regards to making a site that will make an expert impression, you will dependably do well to continue everything progressive and on pattern. All things considered, when you go to a meeting would prefer you not to look great?

On the off chance that you replied “totally!” then here are 5 urgent web plan tips to remember:


What You Should Know Before Designing a Website.

1. Your website should be loading faster. This is the number 1 tip that every web designer should follow. You might design a web site that looks fantastic but few people are going to see it if it takes a long time to load.
Your designs should be optimized for the web and should not take more than 15 seconds to load. Remember, you might have a great design but very few people are going to see it if it takes a long time to load.

2. Your website should be attractive. Don’t ask me how many times I’ve clicked out of a site just because the font is in Comic Sans and the color is a bright pink or green. Just by looking at the font you feel that the site is not a professional site. Don’t use Comic Sans and other fancy fonts that may not be available on most computers. If the font you use is not available in a visitors computer the web site will use the default font of your computer which is much worse. So try to keep to common and professional web fonts. The fonts that I always stick to are Arial and Verdana.

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3. Make your content easy to read.
Content is worth a factor for a website. It’s there to provide information and answer questions even before they’ve been asked. With that said, don’t make your readers squint to read it. There are a few simple rules you can
adhere to that will keep you and your text
in the clear.

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