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Quality website got more than to just look good. We often see the best website in world share some silmilar traits we can take inspiration from them to apply at work.

1 | USER FRIENDLY DESIGN

One should predict how the users are going to use the website. But it is not an art, and might require some changes later as you learn more from users and their experiences with the site. We can check information by studying data from Google Analytics. But when you’re looking to start out, you can look at other popular, well-designed sites and learn from the work done on them. It’s also very important to note that certain design may work well in some niches, but fail in others. You also have to take into account what platform the user will be accessing your website on. PC, Tablet or a Mobile device? And mobile devices differ in size and operating system, from tablets to the large variety of mobile devices available today.

Navigation of the Website

The layout of your website that is user interface (UI) is the backbone of your website. Users should be able to easily find out whatever information they’re looking for. That’s easy enough if you have a portfolio kind of website with only a few pages on your site, but what if you have a complex eCommerce or news website with thousands of products, posts, multiple categories and more?

Mobile Experience of the Website

We tend to create website on desktop and its easy to check the layout for us that how it will appear to pc and we tend to neglect the mobile version of the website. With mobile phones reaching to more public, you should be focusing on mobile-friendly designs for all your sites. One should consider that mobile users generally use their thumbs to navigate their phones. Clickable elements should be larger and be surrounded by enough space in order not to click on the wrong clickable link or object. Mobile users check website on the go, and have limited time to view all the content and make decisions. It's sensible to create an easier and faster experience for users, especially in terms of eCommerce websites and news website.

2 | Speed of the Website

Speed is the most important factor for any website. If a user finds out that the website is loading too slowly, they’ll loose interest and close it or move on to another site - which can be devastating if your main source of income is your website. websites consist of many scripts and CSS styling files. The more there are, the slower your website loads. But it’s not necessary for all these files to load at once when a page is viewed. A CSS style can consist of hundreds or thousands of lines, why not then create a base stylesheet for the main components of your website, accompanied by other CSS files that only trigger when viewing specific pages? This breaks the work into smaller parts, and makes your website work less - all improving your overall load times. Remove unwanted code and any duplicated code, break down the css and js as per the page requirement. Also optimize the images using photoshop optimizing tool and use images of varying sizes based on the platform of the website that is mobile or tablet using media queries.

3 | Looks of the Website

Beauty catches the eyes as we all know but we often forget while working on the functionality of the website. Images do 90% of the task, so it is wise to choose the images that are beautiful and go with the theme, which can do the talking about the product. Last but most of all important is the typography of the text part in the website. Right font will make the feel pleasant. Users feel more comfortable in a familiar experience.

If you focusing on implementing these three techniques, you will improve user experience and draw new visitors.
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    CoderPixel says:
    October 24, 2015 at 07.50 am
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      EKHTIAR MAHMUD says:
      October 24, 2015 at 07.50 am
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        ANONYMOUS says:
        October 24, 2015 at 07.50 am
        Great Design! Like it :)
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      JAMES BOND says:
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