Top five UI design tips
- Provide something valuable to the visitors
This can be free information relating to your service, product or industry like as tips, advice, guides or ideas. Whatever you choose, it must make your clients feel that they have entered with something of value, something they have not heard before or anything that can help them.
- Make your website easy to navigate and easy to use
This is the most important tip that you should consider. You must have a desire to create a flashy and cutting edge website that has plenty of catchy things to interact and choose from which can lead to a complicated and poorly designed website. Keep it simple and make sure that the clients can see what they want easily and quickly.
- Avoid slow loading videos and large graphics
While these are all great things to include on the site, ensure that they are correctly sized or optimized for immediate loading. Slow loading pages might be a huge turn off so consider talking to the web designer and ensure that the website loads quickly. Only use what you have or need and try to balance the look and the content functionality of the site.
- Use submenus and headlines
As mentioned previously, it is essential to have sub menus and headlines that can navigate the site easily. Use appropriate headlines and a right number of sections to guide them from the home page to the site deeper. Businesses sometimes fall into the trap of trying to explain the audience everything from the home page and we are left puzzled and over – whelmed with the amount of details being thrown at us.
- Start a relationship with the visitor
Don’t consider all those statistics on how many audiences that visit your website are actual prospects, the fact is that it will make the prospects to potential clients. When they try to get into your site, do they have a chance to interact with you, open or start a relationship with you? For many this can be done through some sort of ‘Content Marketing’, like as email articles, blogs, and newsletters.