Effective Web Design
Your website needs to accurately explain what you do, why you do it, and with whom you do it, for your audience. It’s easy to get swept up with how awesome you are as an organisation, that you neglect to make sure we first and foremost answer the main problems your audience has.
1. Plan a roadmap
Don’t just start with your website design. You need to chart your purchaser’s experience from the very first time they visit your site to the point they become a customer to ensure that your website serves the needs of your visitors effectively.
2. Remove what follows from your website
In your website, these aspects can distract from the value and message that you are attempting to express. There are just a few reasons on the list: complex animations, material that is too lengthy, stocky website pictures.
3. Include social sharing and icons
If you don’t allow your users the chance to share what you have, delivering amazing content and deals can only go so far. If your website currently lacks social sharing buttons, a lot of social media traffic created by people who are already reading your blog might be missing out!
4. On your homepage, let your visitors scroll
The fold above is old. Don’t be careful about making a marginally longer homepage. It will help to build a smooth interface by providing 3-5 parts that can guide new and recurring visitors to appropriate areas on the web.