For webmasters, they have to spend time getting down site design after determining the website objectives and functions. In this part, masters begin to plan what their website look like, how content would be organize and how to navigate via the sections.
Colors and Graphics of Website
In fact, colors and graphics will communicate more than what webmasters say on their site, both of them play an vital role in the overall feel and success of a website. If masters run a business website, the two factors can help promote their products and services.
When choosing colors and appearance, webmasters should fully consider their website type. If the website is a blog or a kind of kid’s toy store, bright colors combined with the playful fonts would be great. But if they run a professional website, the site needs to keep seriousness.
Note that if people already have the business and want expand to online, it is critical to ensure the same feel and appearance be projected online.
Functions of Website
Website functions consist of elements including social networks, blogs, forums and online demos, which help create a website be visited and returned to. Webmasters need to take time online to review several favorite websites, but also websites in their field, and then prepare to create their own.
No matter what, there are some basic factors required in website design: quick loading pages, ease of navigation, working links and pictures, means of contact, and sitemap.
Navigation of Website
All webmaster should understand one thing that great content poorly arranged is of no value. Few visitors have patient to sift, more of them would abandon the website for another that is easier to use.
Ideally, whether create a personal or business website, we always recommend using a navigation toolbar that allows visitors to search helpful content easily and simply, and also move from one section to another quickly.
Sections and Pages
Even if webmasters are not begin to design the actual website themselves, it is still necessary to take a couple of hours to think through the organization of their website. What information they want included on the website, and how it can be perfectly organized for visitors to find it.
For instance, Contact Us contains About us, map, phone/email; Support contains FAQ’s, Forum and Blog; Products and Service contain the grouping of types of products and services, etc.