What Makes a Good Website?

Washington Dc, MD (PressExposure) May 15, 2009 -- Web design is an art of fusing content and images with the aid of graphical innovations, marketing strategies, photographic principles, interactive design and information architecture. The overall makeup of a website basically depends on the strategic combination of text and layout. San Diego web design for that matter arranges and creates web pages that embody your business vividly through the information presented and the way this information is expressed.

Designing a website is not at all difficult if only you are knowledgeable of what it takes to a website that tops the search engines. Here are some of the critical points you have to consider especially suggested by San Diego web design professionals. First and foremost, a website should be simple and easy to read. Be careful in choosing a background and the text. Backgrounds should not be too colorful or too complicated so as not to obscure the written text. According to San Diego web design experts, having dark colored texts on top of a very light background is the best contrast for the website to become readable and comprehensive.

Make sure all buttons and tabs inside your website are labeled correctly so as to make them easier to navigate. Flashy effects of the links and buttons may just confuse the reader. Make your texts links unique, dominant and recognizable. The internet has defaulted colors for your links like blue for a link that has not been opened yet and purple or maroon indicates a visited link. If ever you opt for other colors aside from these, make sure the clients are familiar with your choice. Otherwise, they might navigate away from your page because they do not understand your codes.

San Diego web design developers takes both online and offline advertising as the best way to make websites visible. Let your potential clients be aware of your site in and out of the internet. Traditional as they may seem classic broadcast and print media like the radio, television and newspapers still may reach out to those who do not have easy access to the internet.

Take these tips from San Diego web designers or choose them to be your vessels of website success.

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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: May 15, 2009 at 1:59 am
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