Easy to Use Websites

1552 Goldcliff Circle, DC (PressExposure) May 12, 2009 -- Every web designer’s goal is to make an easy to use website, if you’re a web designer and you’re looking into complex add on to make it seem technically “cool” then you’re thinking on the wrong page. Basically, if a website is easy to use it encourages a visitor to stay longer and read more of your content and that’s exactly what you want.

There are plenty of ways to make your website easier to use. One of them is to make your website short and flexible. People hate scrolling up and down and don’t really have the attention span to read endlessly long paragraphs in one sitting. So what do you do? Make your pages short and chop up your paragraphs to 3 to 4 lines to make it easier for your readers to follow your content.

According to a Los Angeles web design firm, Crest Media Inc., a website might have the best content but if you write it in such a way that readers would dare not read it then all that great content would just go to waste. A good comparison as to why you need to do this is a newspaper. People read them from end to end without breaking a sweat, why? Simple, because all the articles are chopped up into short paragraphs making it easy to read so why shouldn’t you do the same?

I also mentioned that your website should be flexible. Easy to use isn’t exactly only meant for reading but easy to use also means that a visitor doesn’t need to do anything even if his browser isn’t up to normal standards. Here’s where flexibility comes in. A website should conform to the user’s browser rather than vice versa. If you’re an aspiring web designer, you don’t need to worry, there are ways to do this it just takes a little studying and a lot of hands on experience.

If you want to see some examples of easy to use websites, I would suggest you visit his Los Angeles web design firm’s website at http://www.crestmediainc.com and maybe you’ll see how the pros do it.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 12, 2009 at 3:49 am
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