Website design is a skill that takes practice and experience to master. With the rise of online tools, there are many options for DIY’ers out there. If you fancy yourself a dab-hand with a computer, and have an eye for detail there are options to get you online (and fast) iHere are some tips on how to design your own website if you are feeling confident!

Consider the User Experience at every step

You should also consider the user experience (UX) as you build your website. This means making sure that everything is clear and easy to understand. For example, if you’re trying to sell something, you’ll want to make sure that your checkout process is simple and straightforward.

Include Calls to Action.

Another tip is to use calls to action (CTAs) throughout your site. These are buttons that prompt visitors to take certain actions. CTAs can be found at the top of pages, in sidebars, and even in blog posts.

Add Social Media Links.

You should also make sure that your website has social media links so people can share your content through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, etc. This will help you reach more people and build up your brand.

Include Contact Information.

If you’re looking to improve your website’s usability, then you need to make sure that you provide contact information. It’s easy to forget to add this when you first start building your site, but it’s essential to keep it there.

Create a Mobile-First Site.

If you’re looking to make your site more user-friendly, consider creating a mobile-first site. This means that you should build your site first for mobile devices before building it for desktop computers. You’ll also need to test your site on different browsers and operating systems to ensure that it works well across all platforms.

Of course there are many other things to consider when designing your website – this is not a comprehensive list! But if you wanted a helping hand get in touch and I’m happy to talk you through you options.