Creating An Awesome Website

In today’s world of a business, a lot of customers first experience your company through your website, and first impressions are crucial, that is why you need a fantastic site to impress prospective clients right away. Nowadays creating a website is quite simple, but you still need to design it well to make it enjoyable for your guest’s experience. Below we’ll go over some of the basics to creating an awesome website. We hope it helps you with your website. 

Find Your Target Audience

One of the first steps of designing a web page is deciding who your target audience is. Do not just cop out and say it is everyone, look at your business and what you supply and figure out who you are trying to sell to. If you know who you are trying to reach, you can create a website that targets what they need. Deciding who your site is for will help you to create a more focused and useful website.

Picking a Design

After you figure out who your target audience is, you will need to choose a design, try to not select anything over complicated or convoluted, the goal of a website is ease of use for the customer. Everything should be easily accessible and easy to navigate, try and keep your navigation bar to one line, it makes the website more clean and better to use. You need to be sure only to use high-quality photos, using small or low-quality images makes your site look unprofessional.

Add Your Logo

When adding your logo around the website you need to try and use an image with a transparent background, so there is not a box around it, it looks professional, clean, and makes it easier to see.

Adding Information

Once you start adding text to your page, you need to determine two types of fonts to use throughout the whole website, one for headers and one for body text. By sticking to those two fonts, it makes the site look clean and professional. When adding body text to your website you should be sure to keep it in small chunks to not overwhelm the user as they browse the site. It is essential to keep your information precise, but you want to have around 300 words on each page.

Add Your Contact Information

Your DIY website can be the easiest way to start a relationship with new customers if you make it very clear how to do it. Put contact info in your sidebar or footer, so it appears on every page, and create a “Contact Us” page with an email template.

Know When to Turn for Help

If building a website seems too complicated for you or even just too much work, turn to professionals to build it for you. We at JPtheGeek are proficient in website design and love to do it. Our goal is to help you succeed, and a website is an excellent place to start!

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