Receptive Web Design Tips

August 13, 2015

If you wish to improve and upgrade your website, you should be aware of the new and improved idea of a receptive design system. When it comes to setting up websites in the 21st century, a receptive concept is said to be the new age. In order to fix the problems people had been experiencing with their websites in the past, web developers have come up with newer and simpler solutions. If you wish to make your website more effective, productive, useful and receptive, following are a few tips that will help you do so:

Plan ahead of Time

 In order to see if there is a problem that requires a solution, you need to plan everything ahead of time. Before you can actually get down to fixing the website, let your idea and imagination flow on a piece of paper. This will allow you to mess up without worrying about somehow covering the mess. This way you can imagine how your website will appear and because of this planning you might come across a problem ahead of time and be able to fix it.

New Policy

 A new policy that comes handy is to make the mobile app before you make the actual website. When making a website there are many things that one needs to consider such as the placement of the logo, the size and style of the text, the links, images, use of color et cetera. With the new strategy or policy that you set up for yourself, you can release it in your mobile phones and see if all the above listed concerns are problematic here. For example, if the color is not eye wincingly bright then it might be better on a webpage. Similarly, if you can read the text on the phone, this means you will be able to read it on the laptop screen too.

Receptive Web Design Tips

Clean Design

 It is important that the design you are making for your website is super clean, white and nice. The cleaner and simpler the design will be, the easier it is for the user to find his way around it. It is absolutely possible to get carried away with wanting something that is loud and bold, but you must keep your business in consideration when making such decisions. If you are a law firm, using a red background for your webpage is a big no.

Use Of Images

 When it comes to the use of images you have to make sure you are not going overboard with them. If your company sells products online, you might just require two to three pictures per product. This means two things; the first is that you must ensure the pictures you are putting up are of excellent quality. Secondly do not put a picture in the background unnecessarily. When using images, remind your developer of the idea that less is more. Fewer images will have a greater impact as compared to each line being accompanied by one.

With such responsive and receptive designs you will observe the scale at which the performance of your website suddenly improves.

Scott Heron is a reliable freelance web designer, with more than 10 years of experience. You can contact him for his services at this website.