Have you ever been to a website and you just could not find your way around, which lead to complete frustration. This is the feeling that many visitors experience on too many websites. For many years it a website was considered “good” if it was flashy and extravagant; however, those days are gone. With the introduction of smart phones and tablets along with the busy schedules of many internet users there is one good rule to follow: KEEP IT SIMPLE.
Nothing is more frustrating to a website visitor than be inundated with content on a website. When planning your website focus on your goals. Are you looking to sell your products, drive someone to call you, get someone to email you or have people sign-up for something? You primary goal of you website should drive the design of your website. Providing just the content that people will need to make a decision will help keep this focus.
After you have wrote the text for your website and gathered all content materials you will want to go back over your content. When going back over the content you will want to remove anything you can that does not change the focus of you website. This will help keep the visitor engaged without the feeling of repetition or boredom.
The fast growing use of smart phones and tablets is another reason to focus on a simple website. When using a phone you the visitor will usually have a slower connection and less time to wait on the website to load. Also, most mobile users will be busy multitasking and will want to get the information that they need from your website and move on with their day. Therefore, you will want to make sure that this information is quickly accessible and not cluttered with other content. This should help drive people to your end goal.
When it comes to creating a clean, simple but catchy website DS Design Service is just the design firm that you are looking for. We will be happy to discuss your needs and help drive you in the direction that you need to achieve your dreams. Please contact us for more information on how we can be of service to you.