10 Pro Tips for Updating Your Web Designs

Designing for your website can be both hectic and interesting at the same time. It depends on how much interests you have on doing it. New ideas are emerging with time and Google has remained consistent on rolling out new updates.

Web Designs requires multiple skills and profound knowledge. Web design encompasses a few domains like Web Graphic Design, User Experience Design, Search Engine Optimization, and authoring.

The art of Web design and development is not less than Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night”.

A good website is a result of incorporating all the aspects and getting a great outcome.

It takes you creativity and days of effort to make a beautiful site or app. Your overall design should be user-centric and revenue-oriented. The visual design is less important than usability and utility. Develope it in such a way that you engage thousands of audience and make sure they stay for a while.    

The audience should understand what is your website about and what product are you focussed on within 5 mins of staying on your site. Focus on core principles and effective web design, try to engage more people and work on your bounce rates.   

Go through and master 10 pro tips for updating your web design

1. Use Framework

Frameworks can help you develop and draft way faster. There are few great tools to build out an app to check whether your site is slow and has met the standard. You might want to save time and the best way to do it is to use tools for developing.

Blueprint goes great with CSS layouts, CakePHP for PHP developers and Django for Python coders.

2. Mobile Optimization

Optimization a site for Mobile in is the utmost importance. A recent report says that almost 58 percent of total searches are done from a mobile phone. And Google says 61 percent of users bounce off the website if they have a problem accessing it and 40 percent turns up to a competitor website.

 So, optimizing your site for Mobile is a very crucial key to keep in mind. Several tools in the market come free, you can choose any one of them and run a test.

If there are flaws they will show you and also suggest what to improve in order to get a better audience.

3. Use suitable Images  –

Don’t clot your site with unwanted image. The image you put should reflect the idea or message you want to share with your audience. If the picture doesn’t go with the image it will look awful. 

 As I told you earlier a great web design needs you to be creative and decisive. There are millions of photos to choose from but you have to know what to choose and which is free and reusable.

You can make use of a stock photo for your site but you should know what kind to use and what is a copyrighted image. Useful and engaging pictures can also change the view of your site.

4. Navigation

Navigation is the routing od your website, it can take users from one place to the another in your site. Try to keep Navigation as simple as it could be. When working on your website’s navigation you should make sure that visitors can find what they look for.

It is better to eliminate useless dropdowns and reduce excess links in header or sidebar.

This, in turn, can make users focus on specific information.

5. Incorporate social media options –

A site isn’t complete if you don’t add social media shares and follow button. When users are looking for information and if they are happy with the information they would want to share the information within a specified loop of friends or colleagues and even follow that page. 

These shares can also get your site potential customers. Because social media can engage a lot of traffic. You can use free tools in the market for this purpose.

6. Using engaging fonts – 

Building a font library could be really useful for your site. Choosing selective fonts and know-how and where to use them is very necessary. The font you use should go with the overall view and should look classy. 

There are several free tools to build a font collection in the market. Choose according to your convenience.

7. Apply Call-to-Action

C.T.A is a very crucial key to keep in mind while building your site. You can direct your clients using Calls-to action button in your site. It can be used wisely to generate leads and bring potentiality. 

It is one of the many steps that users should at least take once on your site. Few examples of C.T.A are “click here for more info”, ‘Downlaod sample’, ‘watch videos’ etc.

8. Wisely use White Space –

Using white space wisely is an art. There are many who don’t leave white pace in a page at all and it can make users go claustrophobic. White space really adds to the view of your site and gives a feeling of harmony to the users. It reduces the load for the visitors and helps collect information properly. Complex area is tough to go through and analyze content.

Using too much white space or too less can be dumb. Your visitors should be able to read and go through a page smoothly.

9. Reach out to people via SEO –

After a website is almost complete, you can start with Search Engine Optimizations, as it is the only way to draw and engage traffic to your website. Optimizing the on-page and off-page equally for your site. 

Use necessary tools to check your page loading speed, opening time and analyze flaws in your site. Fix broken links if any. And create attractive and useful content to engages your customers. 

There are many tools in the market that you could use for free.

10. Never stop analyzing

Tests early, test often (TeTo) is a principle used by a developer to analyze and examine flaws and issues relates to the site. Testing could give you important insights. Usability test always gives useful results. Despite developing a great website you should never stop testing.

These are the 10 pro tips for updating your web designs. 

Wrapping up :

Here we have discussed 10 pro tips for updating your web design. I hope every tip would be useful for your site development . The market is equipped with many free tools that you can make good use of.

Grab them as per your need and build a great site.

Flossie M. Williams

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