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Good Web Design Matters

"We understand first impressions are rather significant," says Dr. Hong Sheng, assistant professor of business and browse this site it at Missouri S&T.

Good website design is an essential part of a company. Unfortunately, many business owners don't take it seriously enough to locate a competent designer. I can't tell you exactly how many sites I've found that possess the following issues:

Non-working Links

This could apply to anything from menu tabs to footer tabs and anything in between that seems to be a link but takes you nowhere.

Chaotic Content

Have you ever seen copy that runs off the page or into sides of boxes with no margins?

Low Quality or Only Plain BAD Logos

Drew them on the spot after the emblem seems like it is bad quality or like a child.

Too Many "Distractions"

Where can you go? What do you really do? Leave!

Typos

Everywhere you look it looks there are so many misspelled words. Please do a spellcheck or have it proofread, if you do not understand how exactly to spell yourself. Any potential customers (that can spell) will think your web site is unprofessional with misspelled words.

Bad Taste

There is simply no justification for bad taste. So many shades, type styles and pictures that don't mesh well together.

Pages that take forever to load

I'm waiting. I'm waiting. Good bye.

HTML Code Errors

Another error that some people make, noticeable mainly to the search engines, is having HTML code with errors. Most webpages are written in HTML code. The search engines will likely not have the capacity to index your site, in case your code contains errors and it will not be located.

Browser Problems

Your web site may look totally different once you look at it in different browsers.

When you are in the market for a web site, it would be wise to let someone with the knowledge and experience in web site development to manage all of the details an amateur would never even understand to do. This way you wind up with a good-looking and great - working site.

I make sure to cover ALL of the crucial bases, whether it is evident to the client or not when developing a website. Otherwise I will not feel like I've done my job as an experienced web site designer.

Lesson: You always need to review your site against several other browsers to make sure it appears the same.

At times it can be an overwhelming job to obtain it just right, but very significant.

My goal is to generate a special representation of every client with the end result being their absolute satisfaction guaranteed. My customers can also expect me to set whatever time and effort is necessary to get the job done ''only the way they want it''. Ultimately, the sites I develop are browser friendly, search engine friendly and code compliant.

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