15 Checkpoints To Better Website Usability

Often, whenever we look into preparing our websites, we often end up talking about the “bells and whistles” (cool graphics, flashy bits, etc.) while neglecting one of the most important features of a great website: usability!

For that reason, it was really good to come across these 15 “checkpoints” towards better usability in your website, which also makes for a good checklist as you embark on a project to improve your website:

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In Design, Less is More

When it comes to design, I’ve always believed that “less” is very often “more”. So, in spite of the cacophony of those who scream at the top of their lungs to “fill that space up”, it takes much courage to dig in your heels to say “less is more”.

And also, contrary to popular belief, minimal design does not mean minimal effort. I think it takes much more thought and effort to come out with something minimal. “How difficult can that be?” naysayers ask. Well, it takes a lot of foresight, insight and, I believe, courage to choose only to highlight the very best – and not feel paranoid that you “missed out.”

Compare, for example, the 39 Examples Of Minimalist Web Designs (via YouTheDesigner.com) and what is, quite frankly, the worst website design… ever.

5 Ways To Not Waste “Coming Soon” Sitepages

Don’t waste your “Coming Soon” site pages!

Too many brands and companies, while waiting to launch their websites often leave their “coming soon” pages empty. There are plenty of opportunities to be leveraged on your “coming soon” pages – even before the site is up. So don’t waste the space!

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