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Best Design Principals For Reducing Your Bounce Rate

Once a new website is created, it is set to compete with millions of other sites having similar content or operating in the same niche. This spontaneous competition is for the attention of visitors and will continue as long as your website remains active.

 

It becomes imperative to attract and keep your visitors. How do you achieve that? You need to grab your visitors’ attention. While this may sound very simple, designing an engaging user experience doesn’t come easy. The job requires that you not only build amazing content but also design very catchy ways to present your content. If you really want to have a firm grip on your visitors’ attention then get ready to follow these top web design principles:

 

Create amazing content

 

This is the first step yet the very foundation of your website. You have to create content that will attract visitors to read through. The content shouldn’t be too detailed or overloaded with irrelevances. Again, the text shouldn’t be so technical to understand, rather it should be explicit and simple to understand. It should be brief, natural and as SEO-friendly as possible. An SEO expert will tell you more.

 

While the text makes up the content, it should be backed by compelling visuals which will brighten up the page, catch your viewers and make them want to read more. The accompanying images should be in the format of JPGs or PNGs. The images should also be considered which will affect the speed and ease of loading them.

 

Optimize your images

 

As much as possible this principle should be treated very importantly. Why? Because nothing kills your visitors’ engagement and keeps them away from your site as images taking the whole time to load. You need to optimize your images to a better resolution and file size. The following tips will aid you further:

 

  • The images should be kept at reasonable dimensions to maintain the original contrast
  • You can make use of image compression to reduce the size
  • Images for web should be saved at 72 pixels per inch
  • Transparent images should be limited as much as possible or even totally avoided

 

Create a great experience

 

You have to share great stories with your visitors or highlight new products in a captivating way to keep them around longer. A better way to ensure this is to try out a parallax design which is making ground in the entire design industry. This new style is around creating 3D effects as moving elements. This gives a more dynamic experience to your visitors and compels them to spend more time scrolling up and down.

 

These web design principles mentioned are important for creating an effective website. They will go a long way in not only attracting visitors but will keep your visitors. Build a website that you’d want to spend time on yourself!

Adam Coomes

Author: Adam Coomes

Adam Coomes is the founder of Salt Rank . Adam and the Salt Rank team has helped many small businesses achieve success by providing a marketing service that gets results.Adam was named as one of Bloomberg Business Week’s "Best Young Tech Entrepreneurs" and a "Top 20 In Their Twenties" by Ingram's Magazine.

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