April 28th, 2012, 08:28 AM
Significant Website Design Elements Notice by Users
Designers design different business websites for userís so designers have to concentrate on some significant web designing elements which are mainly noticed by users when they came to visit any website.
Logo: Logos are the identity of business and helpful to increase branding. Logo is the vital element on website which is get attention by userís eye.
Navigation: When users reach on website after check homepage they try to surf all other web pages of website and for that they start looking for navigation, so navigation is crucial element on website which provides a way to go through out the whole website.
Content: 90% users surf internet and different websites to acquire information which they can get from the content of different website so it is necessary to put quality content on website which satisfy need of users.
Images on Website: People are always getting influence with images and graphics because it creates extra visual impact on website so images and graphics are also get additional attention by website users but designers have to make sure that always use most relevant images on web pages which pass message of web page.
Website, header, sidebar, footer are also important web designing elements and designer has to arrange it properly to create accurate web design structure and layout.
April 28th, 2012, 09:59 AM
What are the other 10% doing?
other 10 %
i think the other 10% are the web developers
August 20th, 2012, 02:42 AM
Originally Posted by bryanbell
These are the most significant website design elements which are not ignored while designing and developing any website. But, you have missed here to mention about sitemap i.e for which we have to be sure to provide sitemap in website so as it helps for quick navigation for new visitors.
August 20th, 2012, 10:51 PM
Sitemaps are all but useless today. The only reason that they were popular in the past was that it gave webmasters an easy way of getting all of their links onto a single page to make sure that they all get indexed. Now that Google prefers XML site maps, there's no need at all for a standard site map.
Originally Posted by James_Smith
You just have to make sure that your navigation is clear. If it is, then people will find what they want. If it's not, no site map will ever help you to retain a visitor.