Web Design Best Practices to Follow

Web Design Best Practices to Follow

Websites are like houses. To succeed, they must feel at home and be comfortable, functional, and user-friendly. The right balance of space, lighting, furniture, and decorations can make a house a home.

Website Best Practices

Create a User Experience Strategy

Before you start designing, consider the user experience that your site visitors will have. User experience is a holistic viewpoint on a design that considers all the senses, mental states, and feelings associated with a person's interaction with a product or service. 

Make Your Site's Purpose Clear

Make sure that the site's purpose is communicated. This is the first thing that users will see when they visit your site. It's often referred to as the "call-to-action" button. You'll want to place this button in a prominent but not overwhelming area. For example, if you're selling products, you want the "Buy Now" button to be precise but not where it will be missed. If you're running a blog or promoting a service, your button might be "Subscribe" or "Sign Up Now." 

Don't Crowd Your Homepage

Your homepage is where you'll want to pack in the most information, but don't overdo it. The more things you cram onto one page, the less likely you are to engage your visitors. To avoid this mistake, make a copy of your homepage and remove everything you don't need before publishing it to the public. If you're having difficulty deciding what stays and what goes, consider how you would explain your business to someone who has never heard of it before. 

Organize Your Content Effectively

A common pitfall for many business owners is over-organizing their websites. This includes too many categories and subcategories, making it difficult for your users to find what they're looking for. The more types you have, the more difficult it will be to find the information that your users want. Try to keep things as simple as possible by organizing your categories in a way that makes sense to your users. Managing your content effectively is key to a good user experience and converting your visitors. 


A well-designed website is the first step in generating quality leads for your business. You can have the best product in the world, but if your website is poorly designed or difficult to navigate, you'll miss out on many potential customers. Bad design can be confusing, difficult to navigate, and unappealing to potential customers. When designing your website, ensure it is easy to navigate, quick to load and contains valuable and engaging content.

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