10 Rules For A Good Website

We have listed for you ten rules or advice that we feel we can give you to build a successful website. Obviously, every project is a work in itself, but these general rules (all equally important beyond their position) are the basis for a professional job. The links we give are examples of very useful material that you will find on the net.

#1- The site for users, not for you

If it is true that the site is yours and in a sense have to like, always remember that if you want to work, have to like it even more to your users.

A corporate website or at least a site not fully staff must put primary objective is to obtain a result that, in most cases, will make known or sell something. To achieve this, the site must please your users and they have to find useful. This is important to keep in mind. So, if the profit depends on the content, the pleasant depends on its appearance. Then choose a suitable layout to your site and not just like you, as well as colors that should be subject to strict rules. Try to follow the web design trends by visiting the actual sites and taking a cue from them. Do you need to have clarity, ease of navigation and reading, consistency between the pages of the site and between the site and any other campaigns of your company (leaflets, brochures, logo and colors). Emphasize the winning points of your product and the most important information; otherwise everything will seem the same. Pay attention to the language: do not take anything for granted when you turn to a wide audience; try to be rather more accurate when you turn to trained users.