Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) September 02, 2009 -- Aesthetics always matter. If you donât keep this principle in mind, a potential customer would probably leave your website even before you get the message across. The saying âfirst impressions lastâ holds much weight.
The vital elements that form part of your web aesthetics are the (a) the company or brand logo, (b) color scheme, (c) layout, (d) navigation, and (e) animation.
Your logo should be strategically, prominently, and consistently positioned in your web pages, especially at the home page. The choice of colors should play around your logo, if not your corporate color or identity. Your web layout should be organized following an F-scan or placing important identification tools and buttons in the direction of the letter âFâ. Your navigation bars should be prominent and structured properly to guide visitors within your web. And lastly, a bit of flash animation can always do wonders in visual appeal.
Default looking designs should be avoided. An attractive and undeniably custom-made website would have more chances in capturing the viewerâs attention.
With the aid of advanced graphics design programs, more visually stunning websites are being developed. Competition will be tougher so get your act together â consider all the vital elements to an effective website design and make sure all those factors are unified skillfully by your websiteâs theme.
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