Your website is your storefront. As a business, you are always looking to portray a certain image of your brand.
Online, your brand equates to your website design.
Your customers are looking for a particular ‘feel’ of your business, and you’ll want to make an immediate positive first impression.
If your site is professional,then you are considered professional, organized and focused.
Here are 3 tips to make your website more professional.
Make Use of Visual Hierarchy
Plan the layout of your website according to probable viewing patterns of the users. Conventional wisdom tells us that people’s eyes will move from the top of the page to the bottom.
We also know that eyes tend to swing from left to right, which essentially means that these are the parts of the page you should focus on.
Put the important elements in areas they are highly likely to be spotted but exercise a high degree of caution so that the user does not feel overwhelmed by visual clog.
Make Mobile Professional, Too
We live in a world where almost everyone owns a phone with internet connectivity. This means that those who want to visit your pages can do so,whether from a subway or from the convenience store.
Do not overlook the importance of a professional looking mobile version of your site as it can boost your image.
Optimize your pages for all sites and ensure that every single aspect of design is represented.
That way, both your desktop and mobile clients get the idea that your approach to professionalism is thorough, composed and targeted toward a specific set of objectives.
Keep Things Neat & Simple
Websites are created for both aesthetic and informational functions, and if there is a disequilibrium among these two elements, your whole advertising goal becomes obsolete.
Keep your platform neat all the time as this projects an aura of seriousness and professionalism.
Have the right amount of text precisely where it needs to be but avoid creating blocks of black text against a vast white space.
Have interactive graphics in the right places but avoid overdoing it-decide the tinges that work with particular features and use elements that do not clutter pages or tamper with their ability to load within the right span of time.
Call us at (402) 522-6139 to discuss your new website design.