It’s true that content is the lifeblood of your site and it helps keep visitors coming in with organic searches. However, if you’re notorious of keeping your visitors off your hub the moment they check in simply because your site looks horrible gives you somewhat another reason to give it a face lift according to today’s standards in web design development.

It’s true that content is the lifeblood of your site and it helps keep visitors coming in with organic searches. However, if you’re notorious of keeping your visitors off your hub the moment they check in simply because your site looks horrible gives you somewhat another reason to give it a face lift according to today’s standards in web design development.

But web design is just the look at all but contains three components: website theme, navigation, and that overall “feel” which is the look itself. Who cares about a good-looking site if its difficult to find the information you’re looking for, if a single information like a phone number takes 5 clicks to pull off.

So what can you do to get an edge in the highly competitive real world of the World Wide Web? Let’s take a look at some of them.

Use descriptive blog header

Simply, your blog header is your brand and it's something that contains images or pictures that speaks about what you do and what you offer as a business. And it must be a portal to your homepage so much so that when people click on it, it takes them back to the official homepage of your site.

Improve navigation

Make navigation easy. If you can take all important subpages running along the top of your pages just below your header then that’s good. Your site visitor should be able to get around your site pretty easily and find the information they’re looking for fast and efficient. Time is of the essence so it's important that information are presented readily to the user. Search facility should also be available so that it's easy to find stuff you need even without one having to go through all the subpages in the navigation menu.

ASMART Solutions has this in mind when creating and designing client webpages. We’ll add more information in the next article of this 2 part series so I hope you guys could stay tuned to more of the weekly updates in our blog. Ciao!


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