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A Web Design That Hits The “Sweet Spot”

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A Web Design That Hits The “Sweet Spot”
  • Use space without cluttering it up
  • On a typical web page, you have a header, content area, sidebar, and footer. As expected, each one of these sections serves a different purpose. To elaborate:
  • A header grabs attention and showcases vital information because it’s well above-the-fold.
  • The content area is meant to be read, so you should use smart formatting to make it scannable.
  • The sidebar, whether you choose one or two, should encourage your readers to delve deeper into your site.
  • The footer should be used to deliver low priority information, such as secondary navigation, to help your visitors breeze through your site.
  • Just remember, when you’re creating your page, everything you add should have a tangible purpose. If you can’t think of why you want ten widgets in your sidebar, take’em out. I promise you, you won’t miss them.
  • Add only what is necessary; take out anything that isn’t
  • When you design your website, you typically need a goal fulfilled, whether that be generating more sales, gaining a larger blog audience, or just informing users of an organization.
  • No matter the goal, you want each design element on your site to promote it. In other words, you don’t want a pretty design without any brains behind it.
  • Now you may think grungy fonts or fancy flourishes look nice, but simply adding them because they look nice may undermine your original goals. So eliminate unnecessary design elements.
  1. Well, that’s a short yet very good post! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

  2. Excellent information once again. Thumbs up!

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