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Web Design Tips You Should Know

Web Design Tips You Should Know

by Web Designer

One of the most underestimated resources that an Internet marketer can have is to understand simple web design strategies. If you are selling a product or a service that you personally own, or if you want to market affiliate products that other people have made, it is important that you have a basic understanding of web designing so that websites that you create will actually motivate people to buy what you are offering. Although many people believe that having as many flashy gadgets on their website as possible is the key to making money online, in actuality, you need to have specific skills that will allow you to set up your website in a way that builds confidence and trust. In this article, we will go over web design tips that will help you create a website that will be profitable for you regardless of what you are selling.

One of the most important web design tips that you can ever learn is that less is more. When people arrive at your website, they need to know that you are offering them something of value. They also need to be able to trust that you are going to provide them with the information or product that they need that will help them either make more money or solve a problem that they have at hand. Building trust means that you have to present your website in a professional manner that does not involve too many bells and whistles. The more simplistic yourWeb Design website is, with minimal graphics that are professionally designed, will provide the visitor with the inspiration necessary to not only trust you, but to also purchase what it is you have for sale.

Web design is also important when it comes to presenting your product. If you are an affiliate marketer, you need to have graphics on your website that reference what you are selling. For instance, if you are marketing a dog training collar, then you will want to add graphics and colors to your website that reflect this type of product. Going bright red and showing graphics of cars would be an example of what not to do. But if you can show images of dogs that are going through some type of successful training, this will inspire a person to trust you and purchase the dog collar that you are selling.

The final tip that we would like to offer is to always have a way to capture leads. Web design demands that you have a space on the right where you can enter in your HTML code for your auto responder. Any legitimate business is going to offer a series of emails in order to help potential clientele solve a problem that they have. By adding an autoresponder and sign-up box to your website, not only will this help you capture leads to make a residual income, but it provides the visitor with what they need to trust that you are a professional offering products and services that may be of value.

Using these simple web design tips, you can motivate your visitors to potentially become customers. Making sure that your website looks professional, is not to cluttered, and has an autoresponder box for them to use, you can build trust and make more sales by using these simple web designing tips.



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Comments

    • Frud
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Awesome stuff! Learned a lot.

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    • AABraham Tech
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Hello people I am starting a company called AABraham Tech, There’s gonna be
    a selling department, an IT department, a web designing department ect,
    estimate company growth after 3 years 10.5 million. But I have many
    problems now I need some one to control the selling department, IT
    department, Web designing department many more to come but if you are
    interested in helping me send me an email to AABrahamTech@outlook.com you
    don’t need to send a resume just tell me some qualifications and I’ll tell
    you some open spots.

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    • Andrey Shipilov
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Wait, is he talking to kids?

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    • Dane Rossenrode
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    I.cannot.like.this.enough. Gees, Chris; what a guy. As a web desiger /
    developer, I could listen to this kind of talk all day. So thanks :)

    View Comment
    • blissB2
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    I love to hear Chris talk. Makes web design feel so easy ? It’s not. But
    the feelingz are real!

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    • Vladi Rehanek
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Cant believe this is 2 years old. Its very much valid now in Sep 2014.

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    • OneCoolDude08
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    That guy is awesome

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    • bigyan pokharel
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    nic thught keep it up…

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    • Cyber Goth
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Web design work-flow with Chris Coyier

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    • Hicaro Alfonso Rios
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply
    • Eng. Suhail
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    thank you >>> it’s really meditation sound man !!! hhh

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    • SF Website Design
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Nice presentation. :)) very engaging.

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    • STEPHAN FEIBISH
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Great talk. I’m an hour in. 3 beer cans. No obligatory forehead can
    crush )-:

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    • Miles Fonda
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Great talk. I completely agree with the concept of getting out of the
    browser and putting something to code right away, (because as he said you
    are build a website not a static comp) however, I personally find making a
    really well done design in Photoshop is essential when proofing the look
    and feel to a client. For me, my first love is design and I learned code
    and WordPress later, so Im sure that plays a part – but I prefer to create
    a great static design in Photoshop that the client can approve and gain
    expectations from and then I use that as my pixel perfect guide when I
    translate it to code. There is some overlap, but generally I think you get
    through coding that much quicker since you are just dealing mostly with
    functionality and structure and the style is already planned out for you.
    You are going have to use Photoshop for the images anyway so I find it
    works to just slice it up or whatever from my design. i could see Adobe
    Muse being a useful middle of the road solution though. This is a good
    discussion.

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    • Bill Hicks
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Great personality. Awesome talk. Learned a lot and had fun doing so.

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    • Scylla Technologies
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply
    • Sidney Dobber
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Cool and energetic presentation, but InDesign is the best tool for
    designing, doing typography, setup your grids etc. Using Photoshop for
    webdev is ancient and from the slice age.

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    • Robert Long
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Great video! For all you web designers watching, I have a ton of quality
    leads for sale daily for web design, online marketing, logo design and
    more. If any of you are interested then Google the key phrase “omegaweb
    web design leads” and when you get to the omegaweb site click on “Buy
    Leads”. The leads we get are from quality design firms, so they are not
    the usual garbage.

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    • Michael Thomas
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    lol Chris is sic!

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    • eagleclaww
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Annoying way of talking. My attention span isn’t that short that I need him
    dancing around yelling.

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    • Markus Nilsson
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Why weren’t my teachers at university like this dude…..

    View Comment
    • Andy Stone
    • October 16, 2014
    Reply

    Who’s coop? seems like I recognize him.

    View Comment
    • ultrageekChris
    • October 17, 2014
    Reply

    This guy is so cool, love the video and the site. Keep it up Chris!!!

    View Comment
    • CircularStopSign
    • October 17, 2014
    Reply

    I love this dude.

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