- Begin with paper wireframing. Drawing your designs on paper first will give you a basic idea of what you want your website to look like.
- Use a maximum of three fonts.
- Headings must be clearly defined from the body.
- All images used must be free lest you end up infringing on other’s privacy.
- Footnotes must be written in a basic font.
- Get a minimum of three opinions to edit any faults found in your design. Other people will see the design differently from you thus, what may seem prefect to may not be readable to others.
- Always pay special attention to your colors as devices display colors differently, what may seem pastel to you may be displayed as neon to others.
A perfect ideal website can only be achieved through the process of trail and error. You can’t expect to get it right on the first try unless you are a professional. Always research, see how others have done they’re work and use it as a reference or template when adjusting your own designs.