pages, be consistent in "look and feel"
and in navigation methods
- Give each
page a consistent background and set of
navigation links or icons.
meaningful key words or icons for these links so
the viewer knows what will be found when they
graphics and photographs that match the site's
appropriate graphics to communicate the concept
of your company, service or product.
- When an
enlarged graphic might be helpful, give the
visitor the option to open it by clicking on a
"thumbnail" (a smaller version of the
graphic). This reduces the time required for
loading the page. This gives the viewer the
option of viewing/not viewing an enlarged
must be relevant and current
information that is clear and interesting to
your visitor, with links to additional details
update your site for relevance and accuracy.
Hire or assign someone who has the necessary
time and skills to maintain your site.
- Link to
sites outside your site only when serious
consideration has been given to how the links
would benefit your site. (You may
"lose" your viewer!)
on the site that inquiries and suggestions are
welcome. Offer visitors several ways to respond:
email - fax - phone - snail mail.
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