How To Make The Perfect Website Layout

How To Make The Perfect Website Layout

Website Layout

There are many issues that completely disrupt the way your website looks to the client or even to yourself. In order to achieve the perfect layout, here is what you need to do:

Start with jotting down all the ideas you have on paper. Instead of experimenting it on the website itself. Not only is this less frustrating and exhausting, it is also more stimulating. You can come up with many things with a pen in your hand and a blank paper in front of you. You can come up with an entire layout just with a single pen and this becomes your guiding force when you begin to implement it on your website.

Website Layout

  1. Once you are done with the basics, begin with designing a framework. This will help you resolve all the design problems if you have any. It allows you to understand the number of and the location of all the navigation and side bars that will ultimately appear on your website.

  2. Once you have, somewhat, visualized how you wish your website layout to be; add a grid. A lot of people prefer to work without it, though this is almost never a smart option. With a grid you are able to see how your website will appear and it also stimulates more thoughts and ideas. A grid is added to help you structure the layout and see how good or bad the design looks.

  3. The next thing you need to do is choose a landscape for yourself. This is one of the most significant steps. This includes various things such as the color and effect you want the written word to have known as the typefaces. The final look depends on you entirely and you can have it however you wish it to be.

  4. Next up, you have to decide a color theme for yourself. Do you want it to be pink, blue, yellow or a mixture? You can experiment with colors and even come up with a completely unique color theme for your website.

  5. Always remember, there is a reason why you prefer a website that appears to be very basic and holds all relevant information, as opposed to a website you cannot find your way through. The simpler the structure of your website it, the easier it will be for you to design it and it will be more user friendly.

  6. Rethink every aspect of your website through. If you have a certain button or option on your website, do you really need it? If not, remove it. It is important to know and see that your website is exactly how you wish it to be.

  7. Lastly and most importantly give a lot of value to detail. If you have a certain dot on the paper you made your raw design on in step one, ensure that dot is present in the final visual thing. A lot of people pay attention to detail but fail to deliver.

With this you can get the perfect website layout.

Scott is a freelance web designer based in Edinburgh. With more than 10 years of experience in the field, he is always available for any help related to web design.


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