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8 Silly Mistakes One Should Avoid During Website Design and Development
Mistakes that made by the designers and developers during developing a website
There are millions of website on the Internet to provide services and information, every day hundreds of websites come to live after programming and through testing of the functionality. So what are the elements of a good website?
The development of a fully functional website is not an easy task it requires a good amount of effort and creativity. One thing designers and developers should keep in mind that they are building a website for easing or serve the customers not to make the client happy. They should give priority to practicality and usability.
1. Where’s the Search box?
Whether it is a website of products or any other services sometimes the customer look for what they are seeing on the screen. So, the search box will help the customer to search for what they are looking for without wasting time. Even though the website is small the search box is essential.
2. Poor readability & lucidity
One of the key elements of web design. A website with a good interface will attract and retain users’ by providing information about what they are looking for. Some websites practice the oddest font styles and sizes that make reading difficult and invisible. There are multiple ways to improve the users’ experience of any website by relating the color schemes of the most influential sites and notice how the colors improve readability. And Use a Sans serif typeface as it allows for easy reading on the web.
3. Unorganized Content Layout
The content of the website drives traffic and present information to the customer. So, the content of the website should be organized way and presentable. Users will not get interested to read unless the information is presented in a good way or in points. Sometimes the designers forgot to design headings, sub-headings, bullets, keywords, paragraphs for the web page.
An appropriate title for each and every page will let the users, in which page they are. Another big mistake, people do is adding inaccurate, insignificant, and outdated content on the website. Using HTML and CSS to organize the content will provide effective and catchy designs for the website. Add appropriate space between your text and images. The content of the website must be updated consistently.
4. Bad navigation
Navigation is also a key element in designing the website it should be seamless and does not confuse the customer. Users should be able to find what they are looking for easily. The navigation must be intuitive and consistent.
If text is practiced as navigation then it should be short. If there are any hyperlinks, they should stand out from the body of the text. The textual descriptions are good for making the navigation smooth. Remember, if users can’t find what they looking for in less than a few clicks they will leave quickly.
5. Non-Responsive Design
Nobody knows from which device the customer access the website. So, in order to serve mobile, PC users the design must be responsive. Most of the influential websites fit on most screen sizes like phones, tablets, and PC. The designer should avoid outdated like horizontal scrolling and etc. Google Analytics provides you information about the user monitor resolution details. You should know this information before starting your next project.
6. Unnecessary Images/Autoplay of Animations & videos.
Too many & big size images on a web page will reduce the speed. So, The website must use whatever Images needed to capture the user’s attention. Images should explain or represent a specific purpose to the user.
7. Cluttered Pages, More Whitespace.
Most website designers forget about the importance of white space. They are so submerged in their own design creativity that they forget that it’s not about them. Thus, they try to occupy or fill the space of a single page as much as they can. This results in a cluttered and unreadable page.
8. Presenting too many advertisements
Publishing too many ads on the website really sucks. You might have observed news or CMS websites displaying too many ads. The designer should give space for limited Ads. Too many Ads might decrease the site loading speed that eventually affects the SERP of the website.
Keep it simple, stupid (K.I.S.S). That’s the bottom line. If it’s simple, it’s usable. All in all, great websites keep it simple and usable. Do your homework and it comes easily and naturally.
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