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Online design basics

It’s important for your website and social media pages to reflect your company’s goals and image. Here are some design basics that are critical to a good visitor experience.


  • Prominently feature a clear, succinct description of your business, including whatever makes it stand out from the competition.
  • Use powerful graphics that have visual impact but aren’t overly busy or distracting.
  • Be sure your contact information and logo are prominently displayed on each webpage.
  • Feature a clear call to action that pushes visitors toward your goals – for example, "Shop Now" or "Sign Up for Our Newsletter."
  • Ensure the navigation is simple and consistent throughout the site. A rule of thumb is that visitors should be able to acces any page with no more than three clicks from the home page.
  • Be sure your site gives visitors a sense of security and professionalism, especially if you want to sell products online.
  • Make sure your site displays prominent links to your social media properties and company blog.
  • Avoid using music or video that automatically plays when visitor arrives. These can be irritating and may make your site inaccessible to visitors with limited bandwidth or mobile devices.
  • Be sure your website can be easily viewed on a smart phone or tablet.

 




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