User Experience is a must on the website as that is the thing people experience first. There are 99% chances that the visitor will go whether you have amazing content but if you don't have good UX. Let's see how we can apply UX to our website.
- Logo placed on the top-left corner
- Main navigation menu places highest up on the page, on the right side or centred
- Contact included in the navigation menu
- Call to Action button at the top
- The search feature in the header
- Social media links (as icons) in the footer
- Sign-up form in the footer
- Title (h1)
- Heading (h2)
- Paragraph / Body texts
- Type Contrast
- Use as sens-serif font for better readability
- Use plenty of headings
- Keep paragraphs short
- Use bulleted lists
- Highlight key terms
- Use white-space
- You don't need too many popups. Popups should notify, not annoy.
- A simple, clean design always wins
- A link is usually underlined and coloured. which changes on hover, focus and visited. Make sure the colours are set different for all of these different actions.
- A button can be easily identified when they have shadow, different( darker), background-colour or bold text. The shadows can increase or colours can change on hover and click.
People never read content, they scan !!
- Remove everything that doesn't directly affect people's decisions
- Don't want to overwhelm people with too much content
The deal is, people are visual
- Use images, info-graphics, slideshows, videos and Gifs 🤩
- Optimize your page speed
- Use images (wisely
- Keep your website pages consistent
- Catch your 404s
- Be responsive and mobile-friendly
- Use main navigation - secondary(mega) navigation
- Use footer navigation, Mobile navigation (Side Drawer), Bottom navigation bar, Tabs
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