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What should your website look like?

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What should your website look like?

Many people are afraid to get bogged down in website creation or creation because they don’t know where to start or whether it’s worth it. I can assure you it's worth it. The biggest cost of a website is its implementation. If you’ve created your website with someone, it’s important to look around in terms of pricing, as many are already asking for a horrible amount for even a simple website.

Orientation is important

It is worthwhile to find out about the contractor's previous work because it can show the quality of your work. If there are opinions, consider them as well, because they can be eloquent.

What is the purpose of the website?

Well, if you want a website for yourself, it’s important to decide what your purpose is with it. Do you want to run a sales, introduction, maybe just a blog, webshop? Questions like this can easily decide which way to go. If you just want a simple introductory page, it’s not important to have the most extravagant, gleaming website. It’s enough to have a simple page called One Page that introduces you to a few sections. It is no longer fashionable today if your site is full of all kinds of design elements. I prefer the sleek simple layout of the trend. This is useful only because it makes your page easy to see. This is very important because visitors usually decide in 3-5 seconds whether they are interested in your page or not. So if you have too many of your websites at once, you run the risk of being navigated quickly. Strive for the clearest possible design.

Are you sure you need everything?

Sometimes less is more. When it comes to planning, it’s best to plan what the page will contain. What menu items and what sections will be on it. Would you like an introductory page, gallery, contact form, etc. If you design these, you will already see what you really want and it will be easier for the developer of your website. Grab paper and pencil and write down the menu items, draw a sketch of what you want to see on your website. There are also important rules about placements, but I’ll write more about that in my article on web-ergonomy. In a word, strive for simplicity and compile the materials for your website. You can save time for everyone with it. If you are unsure about something, dare to ask. There is no such thing as a bad question, just a non-asked question.

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