Just like you would build a business it’s important that you start small.  Adding pages as you go until you have everything you want on your site. Once you have everything then you start modification the design so that you can make it flow better.

What Makes A Great Looking WebsiteFirst, think simple and plain – the website needs to work so consider about how web users think? Remember 1. Users value quality and credibility. If a page provides users with high quality content, they are willing to negotiation the content with advertisements and the design of the site. Content is more important than the design which supports it.  2. Users don’t like reading but rather they scan through pages. They are frequently edgy so they rummage around for some fixed points or anchors which would guide them through the content of the page.  But people won’t use your web site if they can’t find their way around it.

Communication on websites needs to be visible. Therefore consistency, screen layout, relationships and navigability are important concepts of planning the site. The same convention and rules should be applied to all elements. Do the most with the least amount of cues and visual elements. Four major points to be considered: simplicity, clarity, distinctiveness, and emphasis. Ensure that you match the appearance to the capabilities of the user. The user interface must keep in balance legibility, readability, font, symbolism, multiple views, and colour or texture in order to communicate successfully. Use maximum of 18 words or 50-80 characters per line of text.

Find a color scheme that won’t bleed out of the page and annoy visitor’s eye sight.

Add a few splashes of colour to key essentials that you want to stand out in the page.

Then add a few images of products or services that you want to symbolize what your website is all about.

Take your time planning it; make it yours and give it your personality.


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