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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly website design
Many website designs bombard their visitors with all sorts of unnecessary bells and whistles. Cool? Well, people once thought digital watches were cool.
Bad website design gets in the way of good website content. If the website design is intrusive, difficult to read, or poorly signposted, your visitors will go elsewhere. We all know that reading a screen is more of a strain on the eyes than the printed page. People get impatient with websites. If they can't get to grips with your site quickly and easily - they'll walk.
Often "less is more" when it comes to good website design. Sites that have little worthwhile content often try to compensate with all sorts of fancy tricks and many website designers go overboard simply to show off their skills.
The first golden rule of website design:
Some things make a website design good, some things make them bad, and some things make them ugly. Here's my personal selection, thanks for reading . . .