Best UX Websites (Adelaide) With UX Design Examples & Ideas.
Before seeing examples of the best user experience websites Adelaide businesses have had designed, it’s worth understanding what goes into building a positive experience for visitors and why that’s important, especially if you want to be found in search engine result pages (SERP) or if you have an ecommerce website, repeat customers.
A website’s user experience (UX) includes more than just the user interface (UI). It covers all the functionality, layout and end-user’s usability of the site.
It’s the role of website designers to build a UX design that meets the needs of the user (visitor to the website), in the most efficient manner possible.
The best UX websites Adelaide businesses have designed for them meet best practice guidelines, spelt out by Google and receive positive user experience feedback from visitor’s.
Having a great looking website that visitors love is important for your brand, but unless it conforms to measurable signals and ranking factors by search engines, it wont ever be found by potential customers.
The following list contains the 5 most important considerations that go into the best UX design websites.
Landing Page First Impressions
The page a visitor lands on after clicking on a URL link, listed in search engine result pages is called the landing page. This can be the website’s ‘Home’ page, but doesn’t have to be and often isn’t, therefore it’s important to make all of your pages user experience positive because ‘first impressions count’.
Some website designers set up specific landing pages for ‘Pay Per Click’ campaigns and some build landing pages that promote specials or limited time offers.
This is not a good idea because you want all pages to be found within 2 ‘clicks’ from any other page on UX websites.
With Regards To Content – Get To The Point, Quick
Content in the form of text is important. Use a happy or natural tone of speech in your writing and make your discussion points in a succinct manner. Try to reduce unnecessary words as you re-read your draft.
Break Up Text With Images & Colour Boxes
The rule I have is to break up page content such that 70% is visual and 30% is text for a good UX design page layout.
Relevant images are worth a thousand words, so break up slabs of text with colourful pictures or info-graphics.Coloured boxes are also a great way of attracting attention to important points you’d like the user to take notice of.
Vary The Uniformity Of Pages
Even a winning formulae can be boring if it’s repeated often enough, so switching things up a bit is a good idea, especially on main pages users visit.
Include Easy Navigation & Calls To Action
Thought needs to be given on choosing what pages go into your ‘primary’ navigation menus and how they’ll be set up. Many drop-downs can be annoying, so can ‘Mega-Menus’, especially when viewed on smaller screen devices like smartphones.
Call to action areas and banners are useful in directing users to pages you think may be of interest to them, or to pages you want them to visit.
A user’s experience should be guided by empathy
Before even starting the design process of a project, a UX website designer needs to put themselves in the shoes of the visitor. They must have an understanding of what the user is actually after from the search term typed into search engines such as Google. Designers must be able to anticipate the best way to move through the site, making it easy for the user to navigate. Remember UX puts the user in usability!
The following best UX design examples had a lot of thought put into them. Funnels were set up with ‘call to action’ sections and banners encouraging visitors (especially outside of business hours) to complete a ‘quote’ form, or ‘contact us’ form, the end goal of the website.
Several revisions and improvements were made on each, from data gathered to increase the ‘click through’ success rate.
With regards to ecommerce UX websites, the best sites make the ‘buying’ of products as easy as possible, while encouraging users to buy more at the time of ordering.
The ordering process needs to be seamless, quick and easy, and most important, secure.
While page load speed needs to be quick for all websites, it’s critical for ecommerce sites that are prone to being slow due to the amount of extra code and functionality each product page holds.
Slow loading pages will see users ‘abandon’ the site before pages have had a chance to fully appear, then they’ll go to buy from your competitors.
For those after a new website, we hope you now have some UX design ideas you’d like included in your site, expertly built by Adelaide UX website designers from Thinking IT.
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