Since we love being online, and like seeing well designed, user-friendly websites, we want to do our part in making the internet a better place. That is why today we will be showcasing 10 easy steps to test the usability of your website.
When designing a website, it is important to keep in mind the fact that not everyone using the website is going to be as technically inclined as you are. The safest way to go about designing a website is imagining that you are making it for extremely young children (just don’t use overly bright colors and condescending text). Everything about the website should be intuitive, and browsing it should come as naturally to the user as browsing one of his favorite websites.
Considering all the time, money and hard work that you put into designing your website using a responsive web design, it become essential to test the responsive nature of your website. Through this article, I’ll be highlighting the importance of testing a responsive web design and the tools that can be used for doing the same in a hassle-free manner.
The solution to these “church website blues” is to get the website upgraded to WordPress. Yes, you heard it right! Switching to WordPress powered church website can definitely allow you to gather huge crowds of people who’re looking for best churches in and around their area of residence. This blog brings to you a collection of 7 topmost WordPress Church themes you’ll love to have for your church website.
When building web pages, designers usually focus on the things that you can see in the design, what they perceive as active elements: fonts, colors, images, text, menus and so on. Unfortunately, white space is not usually perceived as one of these elements. And that’s really a shame, because white space is one of the most useful weapons you have in your web design arsenal.