Top 10 Web Design Tips

A clean and clutter-free design

Visual Hierarchy

  1. Don’t pull all your call to action at the top. Just one call to action button at the top center of the page.
  2. Surround only top-priority elements with negative space.

Use descriptive, key phrase-focused headlines high on homepages

Avoid Carousels and sliders

  • Stack the slides, so the visitor can see each by scrolling down the page. They will suddenly become much more visible.
  • Use a featured image, using the one most impactful slide as the hero. Give it a good call to action!

Color tone

Choose your elements

Reduce loading time of the page

Images

Prioritize Mobile

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