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Ultimate Design Anatomy Of An Effective Website [Infographic]

Ultimate Design Anatomy Of An Effective Website [Infographic] | Wordpress | Web-building | Scoop.it

When putting together your home on the Internet, it is important to learn how to make your presentation as effective as possible. Usually this takes a lot of trial and error before you finally crack the golden wire frame (as any web designer or developer knows). Of course, it doesn’t have to be that way, and there is plenty of information on the Internet that will allow you to dig into to this topic without having to actually try it out for yourself. Before we get going here, I just want to point out that each visitor stream is different. You can’t base all your success on someone else’s planning. The ultimate design doesn’t come from an algorithm, it comes from carefully analyzing your website and the visitors who visit your website. Then you will have the information you need to make changes.

 

I don’t know if there is actually something called the most ultimate design, but there is definitely something called the most optimized one. This is something that has been debated for a long time, and it will probably continue to be debated for years to come. In order to figure out the very best and ultimate design for a website, you need to look at a lot of different factors. Depending on your approach and what your intended use is for your website, you will quickly find that there are a ton of different designs to choose from. It’s not as easy as just picking one that will fit everyone.

 

A fresh infographic from KISSmetrics takes on this quite mammoth task in a great way. Basing their research on the most popular features, they have been able to come up with a form that might actually be the ultimate design, at least for the most popular elements of a website. Everything involved should be carefully tried and refined. Rushing through it can be catastrophic if you are in a financial deadlock which completely depends on the success of your upcoming site.

 

This infographic, called The Anatomy Of An Effective Homepage, is a more in-depth look at how you should format the most basic elements on your website in order for your homepage to be as effective as possible. They go through everything from the logo (and the logo size) to the very best way to format it all to achieve more sales. It’s a really well done and simple infographic that will guide you through the process one element at a time in a straightforward way.

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What Makes Someone Leave Your Website? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What Makes Someone Leave Your Website? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Wordpress | Web-building | Scoop.it
Did you know that that 40% of web visitors never return to a website after a bad browsing experience?

 

Businesses by and large have come to understand the value of creating compelling content for attracting and retaining web visitors. But it is also important to ensure that a website is designed in a way that ensures a compelling user journey.

 

You surely don’t want your visitors to head to the exit door of your web real estate as soon as they have entered, right?


The question remains – what makes for a bad web experience? According to Kissmetrics, things such as poor navigation, obtrusive use of video and audio, boring content and design, and poor legibility can put online users off and result in excruciating bounce rates.

 

Kissmetrics provide the answer in this infographic, visualising some examples of what not to do when designing your website but also dishing out advice on how web design mistakes could be fixed.

 

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