Website design and technology are constantly evolving and evolving, and it’s more important now than ever to stay informed on what makes a website successful.
Here are some common mistakes that we’ve encountered over
An unresponsive design prevents you from providing the best UX experience possible. That makes the design complicated and can set off your user from the website.
Reports say that mobile internet has surpassed desktop. This means that your website should be accessible and responsive to any device.
Lots of descriptive text is outdated—the shorter and simpler, the website the much better the user experience. Organizations are slowly upgrading to long scrolling homepages with simple navigations.
Your website navigation should be clear and simple to navigate. That means it should have a hierarchy that is easy to follow.
Since you only have a second or two to convince your visitors to stay, a user-friendly navigation key is essential.
CTA’s are part of the landing page that the user needs to click in order to take action. CTA buttons can vary in shape and size depending on your goal.
The CTA button should stand out from the background and create a sense of urgency.
Too Much Text
The study says that users engage much more with creatives. If you have too much text on the website, no one will read its entire sentences and paragraphs. This results in users abandoning your website.
Design is a constant process and requires continuous work to improve. But by understanding the most common mistakes, you’re more likely to design a product that will meet users’ expectations.