How to Create Enjoyable Experience in Our Website?

Both professional and novice designers should know how to properly create a webpage with any technique in their disposal. However, we should know that it can be even more challenging to make webpages entertaining and enjoyable enough. In this case, designers should hone their skills and understand the audience better. There are a number of pointers to consider when we want to make our website enjoyable for users. As an example, people should interact properly with our website elements and they need to be satisfied with what they are getting. This could offer an entirely enjoyable experience.

As an example, logo is needed as a starting point. Logo can be used to define the direction, feel and look of our business. It could take a lot of work to develop the concept of our logo and we should be able to transfer it over to the design of our web page. Various websites have reasons and methods on how to put up their messages. If we want to make our website experience more enjoyable, it should be consistent. The whole goal should be properly identified and each page needs to be evaluated. The whole goal is to make sure that clients are able to contact us properly and then inquire about our services.

Webpages should be created in a more logical sequence and we need to be able to offer instructions for our clients. The navigation structure should be clear enough and not confusing. Consistency is again essential if we want to create an enjoyable experience. We couldn’t expect people to visit our website again if they get lost and confused in the middle of our website. Visitors should intuitively know what to do next. We should be able to load pages quickly and our corporate identity must be identified well in the navigation and graphics. Although users are using high speed broadband and 4G LTE connections, pages can still be loaded in 20 seconds or longer; if server-side codes are poorly developed.

These days, some web designers can still make basic mistakes. They have used so many design techniques that they forget that they have violated some of the more essential things. As an example, they may implement heavily patterned or dark backgrounds in their website. This can make the text less enjoyable to read, even if they use light-colored text. It would be less enjoyable if we spend much of our time trying to decipher websites. This should also go with curly fonts and small texts. Very large texts could subconsciously offend visitors, because they seem to scream at the viewers.

Technical jargons should be considered as a big no-no and they will be immediately skipped by average readers. The most important goal is to make sure that readers understand our messages and this can still be challenging enough even if we use easy to understand words. Templates should be created for consistency and people should enjoy their experience.

Muhammad Salman Siddique
Researcher and Content Writer at e-Syndicate Network. A constant learner. Learning and growing every day. Salman has over 5 years of experience in the fields of Digital Marketing, Content Writing, Brand and Business Development.