Design tips! If you are having trouble with a logo or webpage, follow these steps:
Declutter Your Design
Remove Design clutter, less is almost always more. Take out some elements and simplify them. A website is your virtual storefront it is how potential customers make assessments about your brand. If it is busy, cluttered, and disorganized it will reflect poorly.
Look for what stands out. If it’s the wrong thing, remove it. Design
Be Mindful of Background Images
Don’t use busy background images. Your Website design set the tone for your website content. They can be used to emphasize the text content and reinforce your site’s message. You want to select a beautiful design but it shouldn’t take away from the message of the text.
Make sure there is open space for any text you want to add. Choosing text size and position in relation to the design elements is essential, as this relates to the readability of the text itself.
Text Over Images
Never add text over people. If you add text over people it will obscure the image and make the text illegible. Try different positions for the lines such as centering them or aligning left or placing them vertically.
Stay consistent with your fonts. No more than three sizes or weight variations if possible. H1, H2, Body. Visitors to your sire can easily tell if you use a different font for all the pages. That type of inconsistent design technique can create confusion with potential clients and can make your content difficult to read. When you are consistent with your fonts it delivers the maximum impact.