Usability is the most important aspect to web design. It’s all very well having a beautiful looking dynamic web site, but if it takes a long time to download or is difficult to navigate, users will give up and visit someone else’s site. Users want to find the information they are looking for – if they don’t find it quickly, they will look elsewhere.
Remember who you’re providing the site for – Don’t sacrifice usability for design. A lot of what you consider to be important when regarding usability will depend on your target audience and purpose of your site. If you think about usability before embarking on a new design project, and incorporate it into the design in the development stages, it will both look good and be useable. Put your visitors first.
GGP Website Design based on HTML Coding:
Structure mainly consists of having good site structure, this means having a clean and logical hierarchy to the site and good page structure, so that your visitors understand the importance of different sorts of information on the page.
Organize your site structure before actually creating any files. There are many different styles of page structure, which often depend on the actual content within the page, but there are general rules which should be applied to any page, such as keeping the most important information “above the fold” – so users don’t have to scroll down to use any navigation for example.
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