The page visitor is the only person who is looking for information about a product or service. With a mouse click the visitor decides, user-centered design is the need for success and profit-driven web design.
We will focus on the key elements of web design, lateral thinking and result in oriented approaches for effective web design that can lead to more sophisticated decisions accordingly, which simplifies the process of understanding the information presented.
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1. Do not make users think too: According to the first law of the usability of Krug, the Web page must be explicit, it should contain the answers to most questions that users can get after going through the webpage.
2. Use minimum fill-in for forms: In each project that is designed to meet the specific needs of the user, try to keep the minimum needs of users. The first visitors will love it if they are not to fill out lengthy forms to try your service.
3. Strive for Content-Rich attractive interface: Modern web designers are more focused on the visually attractive interface, and they neglect the architecture of the web page and content. A good mix of design, layout, and the content will drive more quality traffic to the website.
4. Strive for simplicity and effective writing: The content of the web page should be clear, concise, and well structured. It allows the user to easily find the necessary information.