Understanding The Web Designer - What Your Readers Are Like

Washington, DC (PressExposure) August 20, 2009 -- If you want your online business to prosper, then designing it should be in the hands of experts like the Los Angeles web design firm. This design is aware that the plain website is one that doesn’t get a lot of visitors. If such website does happen to have some visitors, they never come back. So firms like Los Angeles web design are experts on what readers expect from a website. They…

…consider your market. If you don’t have an idea on how your website would cater to your target audience, then the Los Angeles web design company always comes up with ideas for your website. That includes knowledge on what things take up too much download time, what themes work best, etc.

…suggest that pages should be kept short. It is a fact that with minimal scrolling, your readers would grasp what you are actually trying to tell them. That means your website would definitely be effective if it has shorter pages that contain valuable information.

…understand the importance of tables of contents. There are some web designers who forget the efficiency of incorporating tables of contents. Tables of contents are ideal for most readers who don’t have the patience at scrolling beyond the homepage.

…push for small images and let you understand how they work better. Images are a good way to explain content or to beautify a website. However, not all readers have enough time to download images. If downloads take forever, websites are abandoned.

…are experts when it comes to web colors. Colors are important and web designers always go for a browser-safe color palette so that most people can actually see what’s inside your website.

…are not a fan of too much text, because they know that readers skim through pages. If they happen to read they expect meaningful content.

…are wary of readers giving special attention to spelling and suggest the use of a spell checker.

...are serious with links and remind you that you should keep your links updated. More so, they ask for links to be annotated so the reader will understand why you chose to display a specific link.

About Sarah Braswell

Sarah Braswell is an internet marketing and SEO consultant and has been on field for 10 years now. She lives in Washington,DC with her husband and 2 kids.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 20, 2009 at 2:20 am
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