Tips on Website Creation

Fully Operational

It is important to check all links and pages are working within the site and your pages load quickly and correctly with no faults. Anyone who is not completely aware of computers, the internet and technology can be concerned about your website integrity when there are failings within it. You need to portray as professional an image as possible to attract a good reputation.

Contact Us or About You Page

Including contact information and some background history adds an existence to you and your business, something your customers can relate to. You are open and up front with nothing hidden. You are available to your audience.

Good Quality Images and Photographs

Always use clear images, pictures, photographs or diagrams so they serve their purpose. Blurred images again can look “dodgy” and unprofessional, questioning the reliability of the rest of your site.

Content of Every Page

Make sure every page treats visitors as if it is the only page. Do not take for granted that your visitor has been to your home page and knows what you are about. They may have landed there by chance from another link or website and having to hunt around to see what you are about can be confusing and tiresome. Be clear and “open book” to everyone.

Page Length

The length and content of your pages is important. Remember the size of a computer screen and how much information can be displayed at one time. Having to continuously scroll down can become repetitive. Keep your information concise and relevant.