Characteristics of A Quality Website
There is a massive range of approaches to building a good quality website, but some of the key ingredients remain consistent.
A website should be easy to use and navigate. When users visit your website, do they find the information they are looking for, without struggling? Does your website provide easy navigation to jump from one page to another and go back?
You want to make sure your website is using current trends and technologies. You do not want to build a website that does not support today’s needs.
Design plays more than just a role in presenting your company as a professional, cutting-edge business. A well-designed website is also more likely to appeal to search engines for ranking. In fact, there are several design decisions you can mess up to negatively impact your search engine visibility.
Performance and Speed
Your website can’t be slow when presenting content to its visitors. If your website takes more than two seconds to load, it is probably too slow.
Security is a major concern to today’s web visitors. You need to make sure that your website follows industry standards and guidelines. You also want to ensure that the website is secure and uses SSL encryption. If you’ve forgotten a password feature, you do not want to provide a reset password feature without asking the security questions to the user.
A website is designed to serve a purpose, usually to solve a problem. Once applied, there should be a way for candidates and employers to communicate and keep up to date with a job application. If you build a job board and it only lets you post jobs, that’s not enough.
Your website and its content should be optimized for different devices, browsers, data speed, search engines, and users. If your website is not optimized for mobile data users and their download speed, users may leave your website. If your website does not support common modern browsers, you may be missing out on some users. If your website is not optimized for popular smartphones and their sizes, users may not want to visit your website.
A website should be able to scale to a number of potential visitors. Not only should the website’s user interface be scalable but the back-end database, APIs, and services too should be able to scale.
Websites should be able to send notifications and posted to keep the viewers updated. Make sure it is accessible 24/7.
May 14, 2018
May 14, 2018
May 14, 2018