It’s not easy creating a website design that works. It really isn’t.
Did you know that when a visitor arrives to your website, you have about five seconds (or less) to capture their attention and keep them where they are? That’s not a whole lot of time to impress someone, so if your load time is not perfect or your site’s navigation is all over the place, you can say goodbye to your visitors.
Believe it or not, the rapidly changing world of technology is not helping with this, either. New trends can easily make your website outdated and render it all but useless, leaving you with less visitors than you started with.
So, how are you supposed to fix this issue and keep your visitors? How do you create a website that looks good, functions perfectly, and communicates your message clearly?
A complete redesign comes to mind as a valid option, but in some situations you just won’t be able to do it—it’s expensive and takes time, which means that not only will you have to invest additional money in this project, but also put your website on hold for the foreseeable future.
However, even if a redesign is out of the picture, there’s no reason to panic. There are still a lot of ways out there for you to improve your website without having to spend your life savings and lose any more visitors.
In the infographic which follows below, we talk about 10 ways to improve your website design and give you tips on how you can immediately boost your site and, with it, your online presence. We’ve covered everything from moving to a responsive design to paying more attention to color schemes, so we’re sure that you’ll be able to find something that will help you better your own site in no time at all.
Happy reading and good luck!
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Absolutely the # 3 was correct. I figured it out looking the stats of my website and the one that caused it is the speed. Took 20 secs to load it. So I immediately contacted webmaster to help me out of my problem. Took some heavy images out of it, doing some stuff that could make it more simple and most importantly, fast.