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Common web design traps and how to avoid them

The growth of your business depends upon your website design as it plays the most important role in making or breaking your brand image in digital world.

13th Sep 2017
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Web design traps and how to avoid them

Web design traps and how to avoid them

1. Correct navigation

Add clear and enough information like contact number, business email etc on your website, it will help to increase customer trust.

2. Have a clear vision

Functions of all the elements in your website must be clear and convey necessary information through different styling and highlights.

3. Pop up windows and enough buttons

Necessary popup windows and back buttons should be provided to provide conformation for their actions which will help to save our potential clients.

4. Poor legibility and readability

User interface must attract the users, for that text must be readable with valuable information. Color schemes should make reading easy.

5. Slow sites

Long website loading time may be a strong reason for visitors to leave the site. To reduce this timing, optimize the size of graphics, images and remove irrelevant plugins. Speedy websites will automatically highlight in SEO services.

6. Use of multiple colors

Set some primary colors to express your website pleasantly. Try to choose colors to mingle with your logo. Use of multiple colors may affect your website reputation.

7. Poor quality photos

Images are the major concern to attract the uses, hence try to add high quality images to increase over all user experience.

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