Web design can be hard. Whether you’re creating a site for a comic, a store, or just a portfolio of sorts, they all offer different sorts of challenges. This is often the case regardless of how you make the site (in other words, whether you use a website builder or code it from scratch). Choices of font, layout, and the likes all come into play throughout the process, and it is inevitably a trial that tests both a creator’s aesthetic abilities as well as their ability to write, organize, and beyond.
Now, I certainly wouldn’t consider myself an expert web-designer (if that wasn’t obvious). There are a lot of things I don’t understand, such as common SEO practices, logo design, and graphic theming to name a few. However, I have dabbled enough to feel confident in naming things you shouldn’t do. As such, I would like to give you three tips today for what not to do when designing a website.
These tips are more for absolute beginners, so if you know a bit about web design this probably isn’t the article for you. Without further ado, let’s begin.