Images express more than words or content, but they obviously vary according to the web design and business purpose. In a website dominated by text and content, images refresh the website perception among visitors. In other words, images in web design should be synchronized with the aspect, perception, content and purpose. When used in the right proportions, they can obviously provide the website with the optimal balance and can fully increase its perspectives. Therefore, using images is not such a simple task, so there are quite a few important points that must be considered for a plus of quality.
Compromising the image quality
Never compromise the image quality when you publish it over the Internet. Web images can easily be created as imprinting images. While focusing on the quality, web designers should not ignore the image size either. It goes up with the resolution. Most image editing tools can provide extra quality by optimizing the size. On the other hand, the download time is a negative effect of a large image. Users may be distracted or even unhappy with the loading time. In conclusion, images can represent a pleasant element, but they may also create a negative impression if used inappropriately.
Increasing the click rate
An adequate use of images might increase the click rate among visitors for a website designed with supported image content. The image percentage on a website can vary according to the website type or purpose. For example, websites designed to provide geographical or travel information do require a lot of pictures to actually support the information. At the same time, a website designed to make the difference between a pre and postoperative state will need some images in order to visualize the difference too.
Images are powerful communication tools
Images can sometimes confuse your visitors when they are not used appropriately. Images transpose your message on the website in a tight conformity with the web designerâs creativity. For example, an image with some kids playing in a green environment can describe their happiness in kindergarten. Therefore, such an image is great when you design websites for the nearby daily care centers, schools or kindergartens. But on the other hand, the same image is not useful in identifying a kid inside the group. In this case, the image can be confusing and not really informative.
As a short final conclusion, web designers should strictly follow all the images used in a website. If any problems arise, editing the image catalog is extremely easy, as long as you pick the same size and quality. Besides, the same catalog can be used as a source for alternative text (alt text) when the images are used in more locations. The primary purpose of alt text is to provide relevant information to the visitors. Web designers should focus on having the same size for all pictures, only for a stylish and sharp web design. With these ideas in mind, achieving a professional design without exaggerating becomes a piece of cake. A little attention to small details is everything you need.
Renee Klein is a student from Europe with a passion for blogging. She writes about WordPress and sheâs also a passionate web designer. Besides WordPress Renee loves to read, shop, play tennis and indulge her passion for dark chocolate. She maintains a website called WPdiscounts where she offers discount coupon and reviews on plugins like DirectoryPress.
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