6 Straightforward Suggestions for an Improved Website
Posted by Avid Hawk LLC on 09-06-2018
While there are more than six things to consider when improving a website, we wanted to provide the following thoughts on the subject. Hopefully this list will provide some new insights for our readers and start a journey of website reformation.
Websites should look great whether viewed on a desktop, tablet, or mobile device. If your site does not adapt based on screen size to look good when viewed on a variety of devices, we highly suggest you make it a top priority to create a responsive design.
Most people simply want to find the information they are looking for. Make it easy for website visitors to find information on your website. Do not place any kind of unnecessary barriers (useless information, strange navigation, etc) between website visitors and useful content.
Don’t regurgitate the same information that is plastered all over the web. Unique content is usually appreciated by website visitors and also beneficial when it comes to search engine optimization.
A good portion of your content should highlight the value your company, product, or service provides. How will your product or service benefit the reader? What problem or issue does it solve? Be creative and think of various ways to show what you can do for the potential customer.
Many people in the world have disabilities that require the use of assistive technology to read or hear website content. Ensure that your site addresses basic accessibility issues. In addition, it’s a good idea to run your html code through a validator to find potential areas of concern.
Slow loading pages will potentially frustrate your website visitors. Don’t bog your site down with a bunch of unnecessary scripts and other garbage that will negatively affect your page loading speed.
We hope you enjoyed this article and found the information useful. If you have any questions regarding this content, please contact us and a member of our team would be happy to answer your questions.