May 3, 2021
Tips on the best design practices to help relay a lot of information without overwhelming and confusing the user.
A grid structure allows you to take large sums of text and divide it into categories for better navigation and readability of the content. Not only does it provide easier navigation - it is also easier on the reader’s eyes and may not look as intimidating as opposed to a long chunk of text which the reader may skip all together if they feel the content is not worth the time to read. Divided and organized content allows the user to find and read what is of interest to them and then determine if they are interested further.
Using hierarchy to help align titles and subtitles to columns of text allows for better usability and quicker read times. Websites are used to conduct research into a product/service/or brand and with that knowledge the user makes conclusions. Provide an ease of use experience where the user finds what they are looking for exactly and they have a higher return and satisfaction rate. We’ve all been frustrated when we have visited a website in the hopes of finding the answer to a question we seek and we are met with so much content that it is very difficult to navigate. But we feel a sense of reward when we find the answer to our specific question efficiently and easily.
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