Can your visitors tell what your company does within five seconds of landing on your website?
Can your visitors tell what your company does within five seconds of landing on your website? Is it possible for users to get to the blog quickly if they need to? Is the pricing structure simple to comprehend? Do you have a low bounce rate on your website? If answers are “no” then it’s time to reconsider how you’ve been developing and optimizing your site.
There are various principles of UX that allow optimizing your website to your visitor’s habit and psychology. Here are some important tips that will help you build your website with ease.
Example and lead the way
If you want to illustrate something to your audience relying on long text as a tutorial might not be a good idea. Instead, lead them with an example when you onboard your audience. Instead of reading countless instructions about how to use or navigate the device on their own, the user opens a demo document and learns how to use it on a real-world example.
If you want to clarify something, make sure it is as straightforward as possible and that all the material is relevant and significant. Don’t clog up the page with extraneous information or sentences.
Use grouping if there is a lot of knowledge that is similar. Use sorting and filtering if the groups are big. Remember visitor wants exactly what they are looking for. So no need to dumb unnecessary information to their face.