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Essentials for Web Designing

The traditional style of business has been changed. Now, Internet is the FASTEST growing virtual market to buy and sell products and services.

On this virtual market (Internet), a website is the platform, which gives your first glimpse to the visitor or can say your business partner. It’s quite quick and affordable way to grow your business in the right direction. Hence, today, developing and maintaining your company’s presence over the Internet has become the most important and essential step. And here, our goal is to tell you the right steps to do it rightly.

Following are the few essential points to keep in mind while designing a website.



1. Typography

This is one of the most essential parts of Website designing. Typography is an integral part of design. One can easily realize that creating and using an appropriate font face for a website is purely a mixture of art and science.

In simple words, Typography is playing with fonts. It includes choosing the suitable font, size, color, layout, alignment, and other factors that affect the design of type on a page.

It was not very easy for web designers to use the desired font face on the webpage, as user’s computer might not have the same font installed on his machine, so designers had to compromise on Typography in most of the projects, but now designers have much liberty to play and experiment with different styles and fonts with the use of CSS3 and jquery.

Bebas, Impact, Eras light, Helvetica, etc. are few fonts, which are populer now-a-days.


2. Navigation

In simple and plain words, Navigation is like a route map for a user, which helps him/her to go through your website. Navigation is another fundamental part of a website design. It’s like limbs for a website. A good navigation system also ensures that it users get what they are looking on a website without getting indulge in some thing which he is not interested in. Today, most of the website designs are mainly focused on navigation system. Hence, always try to keep the design of website simple and navigation system stronger. Apart from this, a good navigation system will also facilitate to place the website on high ranks on various search engines.

3. Usability

Web Usability defines how user-friendly a website is. A web design is perfect and usable when it eases the users to find what they are looking for without roaming here and there. As per a market research from Gartner Group, 50% plus of online sales are lost because visitors can’t find what they are looking for! Hence, a usable website should also help in generating more business as it won’t allow the readers to bounce back without a deal. Following are some main elements to design a usable website:

  • Never forget to link your company’s logo with the Home page.
  • Always put navigation bar consistent on all the pages.
  • Try to use CSS to create navigation and layout for your web page as this will allow the website open immediately.
  • Never try to hide your information from user.


4. Alignment & Spacing

Alignment and Spacing are another important and vital parts of a web designing. Both assist users to make a connection with the objects on the web page. Alignment and spacing makes an even combination of header, content, navigation, footer, paragraphs, images, buttons, pictures, and links. Hence, well-planned usage of alignment and spacing on a web page represents that all objects are peers to each other and share some common property. Basically, perfect alignment and spacing enhances the beauty of the website.

A perfect blend of creativity, uniqueness and appropriate information on a website gives the right and equal opportunities to compete or communicate with the big names of the industry. And Web Designing is the tool which provides this perfect blend.


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