Creating a Focal Point for Your Website
The focal point of a webpage is the place where you want your visitors to focus. You can use size, coloration or shape as differentiating factors in order to create this space and make it stand out from other sections on the page.
Creative ways that sites have used their Focal Point:
-A contrasting background makes text more readable for those with vision problems
-White font against black backgrounds allow readers who are distracted by bright screenspace to read without being hindered by harsh colors.
Choosing Your Website Colors
The color scheme you choose for your website can help or hinder the way a visitor responds to it. You should consider how colors balance each other out as well as create contrasting effects when looking through different themes and schemes, such as two-tone versus three-color combinations. A typical web theme usually includes about 2-3 colors in its design that blend together nicely with one another, while limiting variety of hues throughout the site’s graphics and text formatting options so not too many patterns are competing against each other onscreen at any given time (i.e., white background with black font).
Creating a Balanced Website
A color scheme with contrasting colors is the best way to create a balanced look. A website that has an attractive, unbalanced design may not be very appealing and it will discourage visitors from staying long or coming back for more. The focus should primarily be on making your site easy-to-use so as to encourage longer visits by people who want easier access in order to find what they’re looking for quickly and efficiently without being distracted or drawn away too much due to something else happening at the same time elsewhere on their screen when clicking around.
Using Your Available Space
A good-looking, effective website is based on a logical but creative layout. A designer’s imagination and creativity are limited only by the size of their monitor screen when it comes to designing layouts for websites; however, there are still some guidelines that can be followed in order to help with both your design intentions as well as usability metrics like conversion rates.
You want to keep things organized so people know where they’re going without having to search around too much or use navigation menus all over the place which quickly become overwhelming tasks if you have a lot of content throughout your site pages — so instead make sure everything has its own page (or section) including products and services offered, contact information such as phone number/email address, etc., company profile info.
Using Lines in Your Website Design
Creative designers use all sorts of elements to get their message across, and the lines on your website are no different. Horizontal lines have a soothing effect which is ideal for professional websites like those for businesses or law firms. Vertical lines create more engagement because they stimulate activity in the viewer’s brain as well as emphasize certain points about what you’re selling (think car commercials). Diagonal line patterns offer an interesting element that can be great in childrens’ sites or when you need to create excitement!