Web Design Do’s and Don’ts for Creating a Professional Website

Designing a website can overwhelm anyone, even those who have been doing it for many years. There are factors you need to consider but a useful design that provides an excellent user experience should always be on top of your list.

Designing a great website is an indispensable investment for your business since it can generate income for it. However, almost 40% of users say that they don’t have interest and time to explore unattractive sites. Your site’s design may be keeping people away from it and hurting your brand or business if you have not updated it for some time now. Knowing the web design trends this year can help you with your project.

Remember that with regards to content and how you want to present it, your design will depend on what kind of website you are trying to put together. Moreover, your target audience and their reasons for visiting it will also be a factor.

If you want to create an awesome site that generates leads or you simply want to rejuvenate its design, here is a list of website do’s and don’ts you need to consider right now:

What do you think of our list? Do you find it useful or did we miss something important? Let us know by commenting below.

Aileen Cuaresma

Aileen Cuaresma

Aileen is a Technical and Creative writer with an extensive knowledge of WordPress and Shopify. She works with companies on building their brand and optimizing their website. She also runs a local travel agency with her family. On her free time, she loves reading books, exploring the unknown, playing with her two adorable dogs, and listening to K-pop.

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6 Comments

  1. Nosunelanube

    Thats perfect Aileen its completely true but maybe also important for user experience is responsive design and AMP plugin?

    Reply
    • Aileen Cuaresma

      Thanks…they’re all as equally important πŸ™‚

      Reply
  2. Mickey Diener

    A good premise for an article but the table is unreadable on a smartphone and i can’t enlarge it.

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    • Maciej Ekstedt

      Hi Mickey! Thank you for taking time to pointing this out πŸ™‚ We forgot to add image link. Now it works! Have a good day!

      Reply
  3. Jenny

    Thanks for your tips, simple but useful. ThoughI want to give a minor comment that you repeated “Fonts” section two times. Just hope help your post become perfect πŸ™‚

    Reply
    • Aileen Cuaresma

      Thanks Jenny and also for pointing that double font thing out πŸ™‚

      Reply

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