Choosing the best font for a site is not only a matter of attractiveness of the site design, but also a matter of ensuring the necessary level of usability. After all, it is often an incorrectly selected font on the site that leads to the reluctance of visitors to read the text content of pages and provokes them to leave the site almost immediately after opening. How do I choose the font for the site correctly?
In recent years, much attention has been paid to the font design of websites in web design. There is even a fashionable trend of creating website design only through the use of various original font solutions. However, in the pursuit of fashionable solutions, it is often forgotten that the font of the actual content of the site, which was previously important. Continue reading
What is usability testing (usability audit)an indicator of the usability of various sites is usability, and using the so-called usability testing (usability audit), you can evaluate this indicator. Usability testing can be performed both at the site development stage and during the entire site lifecycle.
Usability audit helps you find out whether a site needs a redesign or redesign of the user interface. Such an audit is necessary for all sites, but online stores especially need it, since this type of site works “directly” with potential buyers. For online stores, usability audit helps to solve the following tasks: Continue reading
How to make a page “Site for reconstruction”?If the site needs to be closed for some time for users to access due to any work to change it, you usually have to create a special page “Site for reconstruction”, which warns visitors that the site is temporarily unavailable, and invites them to visit the site later. How to make such a page correctly, so as not to lose regular site visitors and not scare off new users?
The “Site under reconstruction” page is usually called a stub in the webmaster environment. Such a stub on the site is necessary in cases where changes that are implemented on the site, too deeply affect its structure or design, because during this period, the site simply can not be shown to users: the pages may “go” layout, content may be missing, and so on. Continue reading