Is your website also like those tacky websites with oh so colorful layout and blinking links? If yes, then let’s introduce you to Engaging website design.
What do we talk about when we say that we are talking about the future of web design?
We want to make elegant websites that have a minimalistic background that compliments the theme of the website and does not overpower the message we initially wish to convey. What we must refrain from doing is, putting too catchy backgrounds and using multiple pictures for that purpose. We don’t want to look too messy, right? Because then we might end up losing on our visitor’s count.
When it comes to fonts, we wish to use only what is necessary, not too many fonts like the 90s websites. Earlier it was like an insane kid who got to play with the fonts and put them all in one place. New font with every new line. In order to address the readability and cope up with the current era of web design, the minimalistic font switchers are recommended.
The 90s was the time when websites first came to use. Scrolling was not very proper at that time. Have you come across some websites where the texts move like it is glitching. That is exactly what should be avoided. People do not want to stare for too long on a page like that and strain their eyes now, would they?
Navigation was also not appreciated much back in the days. There used to be too many hidden links everywhere and no proper navigation. The purpose of the website was not served well. Unnecessary links and a lump of keywords all in one place, that is what the past of web design looks like. No organization of any kind, especially with the color scheme.
Why Your Business Needs A Good Website?
As a website is a tool to interact, communicate and engage with users on the web, it has to be designed & developed to convey the ethos and brand value of your business in the best way possible. In a sense, your website can’t afford to falter on many fronts as it’s the first point of contact for your business and also a source of online identity.
Users on the internet show a greater preference to a nice, clean, professional-looking website than to those giving muddy and confused appearances. Web design is a highly creative and sophisticated process requiring a complete understanding of the inherent nuances. From a selection of color to the relevancy of graphic design, from the readability of texts to the user-friendliness of the product – a whole array of aspects need to be looked into.
Your Website should look like-
Let’s first stick to planning, plan what you want to convey through your website. Plan the color scheme and only the relevant information. That is when we come in the picture, tell us what you want with your website.
What would we be focusing on? We’d be focusing on making your website elegant and user-friendly. The background must compliment your theme. Is it a food website? Let’s put up elegant photos of cuisines. Is it a hotel website? Let’s post some photos of your hotel rooms and pool parties. Is it a technical website? Well, let’s put up the tech stuff up! And what should be kept in mind? No Distractions from the theme.
Readability must be focused on. We want to deliver the message to the reader, that should be our priority. Let’s talk about your product on your company, but let’s not talk about music there if you’re not promoting music. (Music was another glitch in the 90s website design, no matter what the website talked about, but you sure will find unnecessary music there!)
Sticking to a few font styles is also the key. We do not want to make a mess of everything, especially the message we want to be received on the receiver end. And change in fonts every once in a while does that exactly! So we stick to a few and necessary and elegant font styles that go with our website theme. The color scheme should be thoughtful instead of being an impulsive one. We don’t want to look like a kid who got his hands of a box of crayons and started doodling on a wall. Making is aesthetic would be a better option we believe.
One more thing that drives away a user is, unwanted links on the website. Navigation is one important ingredient! Putting links where necessary do the part. Navigation should be easy for the user. They must know by just looking at the theme and the main text where they are headed and is it actually what they want. And let’s say it, if the theme is pleasing to the eyes of the user, he might check our website further too, even if initially he did not want to. The user must be hooked once he visits the website. And that is exactly what we help you to accomplish.
We, at WebPandits a website designing and development company, are aware that the success of a website design relies on its perfect mixture of creativity and usability. We also know that every business has category-driven requirements and some specific objectives to meet. Our team implements design ideas and leverages the latest technologies to enhance your brand recognition on the web.