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Want to Improve Your Web Design Skills? Here are 5 ways

PUBLISHED DATE 04/24/2020
Want to Improve Your Web Design Skills? Here are 5 ways

A smooth and responsive web design is a key to propagate your message to the public conveniently. Every startup and every venture deserves an eye-catching website. In order to make sure your target audience understand the gist of your message, a smooth and clear website is what you need to build. Here are 5 basic steps you should keep in mind to improve your web design skills:

 

1. Avoid messing up the website homepage

Landing page of a website looks much better when it’s clean. And people don’t like to read long paragraphs on a website more often. Create attractive specific topics or use some design icons to make it look beautiful. Messy landing page is a likely reason for high bounce rates because all they do is confuse the readers.

 

2. Use simple content on the website

Readability plays a major role in a website’s success and visibility. When your website’s readability is high, it means it’s easier for people to read and understand the depth of the phrase where shorter and lighter words are used.

Contrast between text and background, font size and style are some of the thing you should take care of while creating a website of high readability.

 

3. Make sure the images are the right size

Every image is not going to fit with the type of message you’re trying to provide to your audience. The web is pixel based, so images not large enough will look pixelated.

You should not use too small images on your site. Bigger screens are out there where your low quality images are going to look pixelated. Whether you are using your own image or any stock image, make sure to get the proper size.

4. Stay mobile friendly

Mobile devices are used by users more often than any other devices. So it is very important for a web designer to take care how the site looks on a mobile device. A responsive site is a necessity for a site to be good enough.

Make sure you put yourself in the position of the user and test out every page, button and responsiveness of your site before finalizing it.

 

5. Never stop testing

Building a lengthy website can get messy if you can’t find where your mistake was! In such cases, testing your site often after making each change is vital and wise.

If this isn’t done, chances are this issue will be found on a lot of pages, especially on the older landing pages. Pages like these may actually perform well, but contain outdated information that could be updated. Others may just need some updates or design changes such as colors and headers. Adding few sentences can also make vast difference in the performance of a page.

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