EDITIONS

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janetwatson
12th Nov 2018
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Are you building a website or perhaps updating it? If yes, then you are at the right place. The technological advancement has made connectivity to the internet essential for the human race. And so is the dependence of business to boost their services through the website. The online surge is one of the reasons that significant investment is made in developing a website. The designing of the website is given critical attention as it determines how our users view it. A well-designed website generates high traffic and increases web conversions. It reduces the bounce rate and engages the user to further view the website. Follow these steps for an attractive web design:

  1. Think out of the box

Every individual is different and so is the mindset. Design the website will all the creativity that you possess. Create a website without setting the layout but a general framework instead. Write down all the things with which you want to design the website. Move out from traditional and mediocre work and incorporate something that people will remember. The designer should learn how to find a way to work with new standards such as HTML5 and CSS3 to provide an improved and upgraded work. This engages user’s curiosity as well and increases the web conversion rate.

  1. Forget about coding

Web designers should forget about coding when designing the website. This helps them in creating an innovative and creative website with their full potential because of the absence of constraints. Once you have created the draft ask yourself the following question ‘Can it be translated and used on the website?’ This will help you craft a realistic design web designs.

  1. Get out of your comfort zone

Innovate things and practice stuff out of your comfort zone. It is when we begin to explore new ways that our true potential comes to light. Forget about the new trends and experiment new designs.

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