Common Mistakes In Web Design

There are various considerations before undertaking a website design project.

Professionals in the web development field often work closely together to mutually assess each one’s work;  an essential process to avoiding and correcting mistakes in their assignments.

A designer needs to have the artistic talent to be able to come up with beautiful and unique designs that will impress both the contracting client and prospective site visitors alike.

These are key factors for preventing mistakes in web design.

common mistakes in web design

common mistakes in web design

A good professional will consult with the developer first to ascertain whether the proposed design is feasible in terms of functionality.

Thus, this pivotal point in the design process is crucial to the success of the website being constructed.

A website with lots of eye candy that does not provide usable functions for the visitor will not be successful in its intended purpose.

Another important part of effective web design is developing the practice of doing regular checks for errors as the work goes along.

There are various elements to the visual design that need to be assessed carefully prior to final deployment, including the logo, brand and coloration.

A good eye for detail is helpful in this respect.

Showing the client a product sample that looks and feels wrong will cost the design team precious time redoing those elements that the client is not satisfied with.

The designer must also look out for mistakes arising from compatibility issues.

These errors typically show up when another system, such as a Mac, incorrectly renders the website when another platform such as a Windows PC renders it flawlessly.

The differences in the operating systems can be the culprits in potential design errors.

Therefore, it is prudent to check a design for possible mistakes by running it across multiple platforms from Mac OS 10 to the XP and Vista versions of Windows.

Cross-browser issues can also happen.

At each design stage, be sure to run a battery of assessments to prevent any mistakes from appearing in the design.

Consistency is the key.

About Lee Munson

Lee's non-technical background allows him to write about internet security in a clear way that is understandable to both IT professionals and people just like you who need simple answers to your security questions.

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