An excellent web design demand lots of effort, creativity and knowledge and every web designer wants to design an extremely good looking, user friendly and navigable web site that can serve client’s business interest. The web design must be able to show the web site as reputed & reliable and generate the interest in user to either get registered or purchase the services.
To get a good and attractive web design, you need to choose a expert web designer. Web designer must be able to involve good graphic designs, instinctive site navigation and optimize the site by keeping the target audience in mind. A logical site layout, site structure and sound internet linking strategy will help you in achieving your desired result.
We offer some guidelines for developing a good web design:
1. Design uniform site navigation: Make a uniform and clear navigation plan before start designing. A web designer must keep the “Three click Rule” in you mind and navigate your site in such a way that a user can get very information he wants in just three clicks.
2. Maintain site map and indexes to helps search engine robots. Your navigation must be flexible enough to accommodate additional links if you want to add some more pages in future.
3. Keep checking the site links and navigation that they are valid. Be very specific about link colors else user browser will default color the link which will make it unreadable.
4. Use absolute “anchor text” links. This will help in site optimization.
5. Your web site must be compatible with all the browser and its versions. User may be using MAC, PDA, mobile phone to access you website. So, you need to make it work.
7. Use small size images without compromising its quality on your website to reduce the download time. Downloading time should not be more than 10 seconds. Use unique alt tag to describe the image. The description must contain search engine friendly keywords.
8. Do not use frames. Many web design experts suggest to avoid frames as it create confusion among the user when they want to print or book mark a page.