How To Build A Website-Web Design Tutorial

If you are considering designing your own website, then this web design tutorial video is worth watching, as it offers a range of useful tips on how to build a website.

 
I'm Jazza and today we're going to talk about web design. Having your own website is one of the most important things, when it comes to building your brand, building an audience or serving a product. I'm going to be sharing some tips, tricks and techniques that you can use to make your website stand out that, when applied, will help your website serve it's core purpose to the best of its ability, be it to sell your product, to build an audience, so on and so forth.

I'm going to jump into today's video by breaking it down into eight different parts and I want to talk about these eight different principles and give some examples of each application. 
 
The first and most important thing to ask yourself when Building A Website is, 'What is it's purpose?' Specifically broken down into two questions; 'What is the hook?' and 'What is the call-to-action?' This website is an example of someone who sells typography posters for children. As soon as you visit the website you see examples of the typography posters, as well as a clear statement of what the product is and the name of the brand. Immediately after that you see the call-to-action- 'SHOP NOW' which when you click on it, people are able to make their purchases and the call-to-action has been made. There are, of course, other parts of the website; all posters, custom things, statements and 'About' sections but really, as soon as you go to the website these are the most commanding aspects that you see.
 
Further browsing the web site reveals all the other stuff but really, that call-to-action and the hook has been served immediately.
 
Here's a website where, even though it's in Turkish and I can't understand it, it is a great example of how the first thing you actually see is the call-to-action, that being booking a stay in what seems to be a hotel, and it gives some very large, very colorful images to help make that happen. So, fefore you jump into designing the visual aspect of your website you first want to understand what you want the viewer to do and then you need to ask yourself 'How can I keep them there long enough to convince them to do that?'
 
The next thing I want to talk about is clarity. I've seen time and time again, when people design their first website, they follow an instinct quite often of putting as much content on the website as possible. Essentially, the instinct being followed there is the thought that, the more you offer, the more value the viewer gets. But the reality is, people who visit your website are used to visiting a lot of websites very quickly and dismissing them just as quickly.

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If you are considering designing your own website, then this web design tutorial video is worth watching, as it offers a range of useful tips on how to build a website. I'm Jazza and today we're going to talk about web design. Having your own website is one of the most important things, when it comes to building your brand, building an audience or serving a product. I'm going to be sharing some tips, tricks...