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Whether you're starting a new company or updating your existing website, a well designed website or blog is the easiest way to get your information out to mass users.
With advances in technology making it easier to build websites, millions of Americans are figuring out the basics of website design. There are key factors that play into having your website come up on Google. Let the professional website developers and website designers help make your website clean and well put together, while thinking about the technical aspects every step of the way.
What makes a website's design successful? According to design experts, there are five keys to effective website design.
These tips will help ensure that your website attracts visitors, encourages them to browse and if you're selling, entices customers to buy.
- Minimalist Design. Your website should look clean and uncluttered. Minimalist design makes it easy for visitors to concentrate on the content. If a page has too many elements, visitors may become confused. This doesn't mean the design has to be boring, a simple approach, focusing on a few key details, will make it look modern and stylish.
- Fabulous Photos. Avoid unprofessional photography and find images that say something genuine about you or your business.
- Encourage Action. Whether you want people to view your remodeling website, click through your photo gallery or make a purchase, make sure that your "call to action" is clear and concise. Use short and snappy language, and large, boldly colored, clickable buttons that are in the top or middle of the page.
- Focus on Fonts! Bold fonts help visitors recognize the important messages and call-to-action on a page, while more common fonts are perfect for explaining the details.
- Color Counts. Color conveys meaning and encourages different reactions by visitors.
- White Space... Don't forget to make good use of white space, the space between different elements of a design. Used well, it allows for easier scanning of your site.