01 August 2010

4 Essential Factors that Make Up a Good Web Page

With many advantages of Internet, most business owners are willing to pay to the professionals do the programming for a quality web page in their business. As a result, many programmers are now accepting this kind of jobs like marketing. As a client, you should consider certain factors, which are listed below, to distinguish whether the web page is good enough for you business:

1. Purpose - Always make sure the purpose of web page can be aligned to your business goal. Make one with product navigation and payment methods, for example, if you plan to make the web page as a company’s outlet to accept orders

2. Content - Always make sure the contents are clearly stated and can be easily understood. The information like item descriptions and prices should be placed where it is prominent and readily accessible by the customers, for instance, if the website is more on advertising products. Besides, don't forget to update the website on a regular basis; make sure that all links are working; and the website can be browsed in different browsers e.g. IE, Firefox, Google Chrome etc.

3. Web site usability - Good usability includes that customers won’t have to take long and won’t have any difficulty in browsing your website, and they should be able to find whatever they are looking for without being bored. One of the ways to achieve this is providing an user-friendly navigation bar.

4. Design - The whole appearance of the site can be enhanced by a good web page design. Therefore, placement of the title, images, and contents, page length and width, links, graphics, use of sounds, etc, should be reviewed carefully.

To sum up, always review your web site carefully to ensure your customers will have a good experience and impression while surfing your business website. Feel free to give me a comment about this topic. It will be a great support to Xaivier Blog.

Review by: Xaivier Chia


1 comment:

Hampers said...

Hi Xaivier, Like how your put purpose about content... i always thought content was king?
Good article keep it up.

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