What sticks out

Kimla

Member
When browsing a website, what sticks out to you? Is is the design of the website, how easy it is to navigate, or even how many tabs the site has?
 

JackD

Active Member
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I look for ease of navigation. Don't care what the photos and "moving parts" look like. If I cannot find the link I want, the other stuff is of no value.
 

dibon

Member
The design and/or layout is likely to be the first thing to strike a visitor to a website but for me, navigation is key. I have to easily find what I want in the shortest time possible.
 

Parth

Member
I agree with the points above, but I'd like to add that I get easily frustrated with sites that hang up due to an unresponsive script or some other issue. I also want pages to load quickly and having a ton of pictures slows things down.
 

ritchie

Active Member
The particular design is what strikes me first but of what use is this if I cannot quickly find what I want with ease? What's important is if the site is user-friendly irrespective of the number of tabs it may have.
 

Kimla

Member
I look for ease of navigation. Don't care what the photos and "moving parts" look like. If I cannot find the link I want, the other stuff is of no value.
A lot of people like when they can just go into a site and find what they are looking for and be done with it, so I understand what you're saying.
 

Kimla

Member
The design and/or layout is likely to be the first thing to strike a visitor to a website but for me, navigation is key. I have to easily find what I want in the shortest time possible.
Dibon, you are right about the layout and the navigation. Getting things done quickly is what a lot of people want., so easy navigation is a great thing to have.
 

Kimla

Member
I agree with the points above, but I'd like to add that I get easily frustrated with sites that hang up due to an unresponsive script or some other issue. I also want pages to load quickly and having a ton of pictures slows things down.
Unresponsive scripts are almost worse than a bad design for me, but bad designs barely edge them out on the list of things that I dislike.
 

Kimla

Member
The particular design is what strikes me first but of what use is this if I cannot quickly find what I want with ease? What's important is if the site is user-friendly irrespective of the number of tabs it may have.
Yes, I agree that an amazing design is what catches the eye first, but it sucks when there's a great website design but it's hard to navigate the site.
 

Anayaa

Member
These guys are absolutely correct. Navigation is key. Make the navigation buttons catch the user's eye and that coupled with some really good content will keep a user on your site. The longer they stay, the more likely they are to buy.
 

tulip

Active Member
True @Anayaa because what's the point of having a site that's responsive but with no good content at all? In a way, I think that a combination of the major points highlighted above will make a website very user-friendly.
 

ritchie

Active Member
Have you ever been to a website that had an ease of navigation but was unresponsive as well? I believe that there's a lot that goes into ensuring that a website is functioning properly. Gone are the days when people would only focus on the design.
 

Mikhaela

Member
Have you ever been to a website that had an ease of navigation but was unresponsive as well? I believe that there's a lot that goes into ensuring that a website is functioning properly. Gone are the days when people would only focus on the design.
I have ran across this too many times to count. It especially sucks when the website has a great design and you were looking forward to going through it, but half of the pages don't work.
 

tulip

Active Member
It especially sucks when the website has a great design and you were looking forward to going through it, but half of the pages don't work.
Worse still, there are sites that have been and continue to be that way for a long time. There's no point of designing a great website but having no follow-up mechanism of ensuring that it works well.
 
your website design should be UI and UX also page speed matters in your website. google even rank your website if your website has well balanced
 

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