Web design methods improve with the evolving technology but it is important to note the techniques that are still effective up to the present time. “Whilst we believe that some of the recommendations here are very specific to a certain type of website (e.g. news sites), there is a lot still to take away from this post”:
By: Steve Cooper
It’s been about five years since the last redesign of my website, Hitched. A lot has changed since then, most particularly the rise of mobile. While we made sure our website was mobile compatible all those years ago, it wasn’t (and still isn’t) optimized for smaller screens. Needless to say, we’re working pretty hard to correct this as quickly as possible. http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevecooper/2013/11/30/designing-a-website-for-2014/#!
Continuous scrolling, larger fonts, responsive mobile design, flat design and parallox scrolling are somewhat simple web design suggestions – but remember that things don’t have to be complicated when sending messages across the net. In fact – the more user-friendly, the better. Always consider to not just make your website attractive and enjoyable to your target market but also, make it easy for them to access, obtain relevant information and get in contact with you!