Tips To Ensure You Design Your Site With The Visitor In Mind

Carrie Bono
April 6, 2017
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It doesn’t matter why you have decided to build a website or what your long range goals are as there is simply one point that matters. You need to ensure that your website is designed to be user friendly to help generate the traffic you desire to attain your goals.

This is often a key to web design that becomes forgotten as we focus on the sites appearance instead of how it is seen by the visitor. This article provided by Droid Web Design, will offer some tips to ensure that your site is designed with the visitor in mind.
Image result for Tips To Ensure You Design Your Site With The Visitor In MindIf you look at a lot of the sites online you will notice that they often have a chaotic layout that is difficult to understand or navigate. It is imperative that you have a clearly defined, easy to understand purpose for your website.

The content should be unified to perform a specific task, like driving traffic to an affiliate or generate sales of a service or product that you are selling. This becomes difficult to do when your site is cluttered and unorganized. Remember your goal and make it as easy as possible to achieve by defining the purpose of the site via its appearance and function.

Try to stay consistent throughout your website. You do not want to load content that jumps all over the place from page to page and keep it centered around the topic you are promoting. If you happen to have signed up for an affiliate program, make sure that the products match the theme of your content.

If you think about it, we have all seen pages that promote, let’s say weight loss, only to see ads and links that take you to a page selling software for working from home. It doesn’t matter what you choose to use your site for but visitors will take you more seriously when you are consistent throughout.

Your website design goal is to make the site as easy to use by visitors as possible. For this reason, never force visitors to install plug-ins to view your site or download anything.

While flash is never recommended due to its limitations on portable devices, you should ensure that any flash or java based applications on your site use the standard plug-ins that people already have on their systems, like Adobe based tools and avoid using the newest update as many people do not update these regularly and we want everyone to see what you have on the site without additional work on their part.

Always focus your attention and design on fast loading pages. Portable devices have become the most popular way to access webpages and with data package speeds being slower than the average home based internet speeds, pages need to load quickly or your site will be forgotten. People simply do not have the patience or time to wait for pages to load and ensuring yours open quickly, will ensure you have a willing audience looking at what you offer.

By designing your web site with the visitor in mind, you are ensuring your own success. Take a few moments to check your finished product in a number of different devices to guarantee that your site will be visible to one and all before going live with the site.

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