Much has been said about the theoretical principles of User Experience (UX) design (best practices, dos and don’ts, and so on). But there’s often a world of difference between learning a set of techniques and getting to grips with how to actually use them, and there can be real value in seeing how these principles get applied in the real world.
In this post, we’re going to look at five excellent websites run by well-known companies, analyse the nuts and bolts of why they work as well as they do – and highlight some of the wisdom that has gone into their creation.
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Images are visual elements that are made to overall give flair to your website. It is made for attracting different groups of people and making the website interactive. Also, images are incorporated in a site to bloom up the bland content you have. However, these contents have eaten up a large number of data, which can contribute to your website and webpage’s slow loading speed. It may come to a time where you are accessing a specific page, and all texts are done loading, but there are a lot of white spaces in the page wherein the images are not loading.
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Search engine optimization is the best way to get organic traffic to your website. Many companies invest a huge amount in their SEO strategies and campaigns to increase their sales and popularity. SEO is a consistent method to get better ranking on search engines. To develop an effective SEO strategy, you need to know about the SEO world completely. Right from basics, tactics, types, and methods to the new trends in the market, you need to have deep knowledge about the field to succeed. But, companies often ignore this criterion and appoint inept staff to manage their SEO campaigns that can lead to a disaster.
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