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The 5 Deadly Sins of Web Design

Today a website is no longer optional. A basic WebPages with a picture, brief
description and telephone number are no longer enough, if your firm wants to
remain relevant and competitive.
An attractive website is an important element for every company, but it is not
necessary that one must focus only on the appealing factors to grab the
attention of the users. Your website is one of the main marketing factors
which promotes your business across the globe and for that you have only one
chance to create a good impact on the minds of target audience.
To succeed in increasing overall traffic and conversion rates. Let’s have a look
at the 5 deadly designs that you should not use in your site.

1. Using Small Font Size
The first mistake people make is creating a website with small fonts. It creates
a bad impression and makes it difficult for the users to read the content. It is
important to use big fonts especially on homepage because homepage is the
first impression visitors get. It easily attracts the user’s attention and they stay
on the site for a long time.

2. Sliders
Slider is not the best option to display the information, because it changes
frequently, that’s why users mostly miss the information present on sliders.
Still images are a good option to display information.

3. Hidden Contact Info
In this digital world, your web page acts as a business card so ensure that your
business card has proper contact details. If you fail to provide your contact
info on the web page, visitors will shift to your competitor’s site. Therefore, it
is essential to place your contact info and make sure that is easily visible to
the users.

4. Use of Images are Too Large
In many ways, images are the bread and butter of many website designs.
Entire social networks are built on the business model of creating and sharing
visual media. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, capable of
conveying all kinds of emotions, from joy, wonder, to amazement, and

5. Not Optimized for Mobile
In today’s world, mobile browsing is becoming increasingly popular.
According Adobe’s Digital Index from 2013, over 17% and 15% of web
visitors in the USA and Canada respectively are browsing from a mobile
device (tablet or smart phone).
When designing a responsive website- one that can adapt to a wide range of
screen sizes, keep in mind your contact information and text are visible
without the need to zoom in.
Hopefully, you’ve learned a lot by reading about these 5 deadly web design
sins. Most of them seem to be common sense, but they all get broken more
frequently than you would think.

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