Embracing The Traditional Ways Of Web Design

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There’s a purpose why most ice cream scooper function in literally the same way. There’s a specific reason why every new smartphones being released is ultimately some version of a rectangular tablet. There’s a specific reason why your car has a centre console with the temperature and audio controls. So, in other words, there’s a purpose why website logos are commonly found at the top left of a web page.

That’s probably because it makes sense in a lot of ways, and it definitely works. To make it simpler, it’s the traditional way of doing things.

In today’s design world, the traditional ways of web design is usually being rejected and is quite a negative term. For most, traditional is utterly dull and boring.

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But then if you think hard enough, you’ll realize that sometimes, boring is actually a good thing! When it comes to designing and planning your website, a traditional and somewhat boring navigation bar at the topmost section of your page means your visitors won’t have to search long and hard just to go to a particular page. If things are positioned the traditional way, customers can easily get on and find what they need. No need for unfamiliar and unnecessary buttons that your visitors are not familiar with.

A traditional button doesn’t stress out your web visitors. A traditional form doesn’t make anyone question what that particular field is for. To sum it all up, a web design that embraces some of the traditional ways enables users to forget about the construction of your website and instead focus on the great content that you have in store for them.

It’s how you can scroll through your smartphones and be unable to remember that there’s actually a phone involved. You’re just casually scrolling and swiping because it’s the conventional way to use smartphones.

Having a traditional and standard foundation allows you to fully utilize your creativity in some other areas of your web page. If you find that there’s a better way than the traditional ways, you better make sure that it truly is better and not just different.

In the meantime, why not use some of the conventional ways to build a website. Utilize and embrace these ways for they make browsing easier for your clients. After all, web design is much more than just how your website looks, but instead, it’s how it actually works.

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