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UX Mistake #77 – Delaying Publication to Reach Perfection

It is important to keep in mind that perfection is perceived. What may be perfect for you might not be so for someone else, so delaying publication of you website till the time it can be called “perfect…

UX Mistake #76 – Ignoring SEO Rules While Writing Copy for the Website

No matter hard you try, you just cannot make your website rank better on search engines without optimizing the content on it for the intended search engines. Your web copies should have the adequate amount…

UX Mistake #75 – Lack of SSL Certificate

An SSL certificate helps you initiate secure web sessions with the users’ browsers. These certificates binds the website’s domain name to the organisation it belongs to, complete with the location and…

UX Mistake #74 – Installing Captcha for Forms (Lowering Conversion Rate)

No, I’m not a robot – you ask your users to verify that using Captcha for forms. Chances are that a majority of these users wouldn’t bother with the form altogether unless absolutely necessary. It’s like…

UX Mistake #73 – Designing Mockups Using Lorem-Ipsum

Yes, it is crucial to test your mockups, but using Lorem Ipsum for it doesn’t quite help your website. It’s like putting up your website to test its functionality and collect user feedback on it, without…

UX Mistake #72 – Setting Autoplay for Embedded Videos on the Website

We know videos are THE raging trend when it comes to promoting your brand, but when you embed them on your website, you need to exercise caution. Yes, the video may be useful for everyone who visits your…

UX Mistake #71 – Not Implementing Gestalt Effect within the Website Design

Gestalt is a German word that means “the shape or essence of the complete form of an entity”. The Gestalt Effect is an important rule for design that stresses the need for focusing on the overall design…

UX Mistake #70 – Lack of white space

How do you feel when you walk into a cluttered room? You feel trapped and suffocated, like there is no space to move or breathe. The same happens to the users when you squeeze everything including text…

UX Mistake #69 – Lack Of (Or Using Not Enough Visible) Favicon

Now I wouldn’t say that it is absolutely important to use a favicon for your website, but using one can add that finesse or finishing touch that improves the overall quality of your website. Your favicon…

UX Mistake #68 – Not Specifying Meta Tags for Each Subpage of the Website

Each subpage of the website you design is created because it holds something important for the prospective users. The content/information these subpages hold will obviously be related to the basic concept…

UX Mistake #67 – Lack of Open Graph Images for Each Subpage

An open graph image becomes an identity of your webpage when it is shared on different online platforms. Where most web designers would be careful of encoding an open graph image for the homepage, many…

UX Mistake #66 – Lack of Sitemap File

Many businesses or web developers wouldn’t bother paying attention to the creating a sitemap when developing a website. While it may not seem too outwardly important to create one, having one in place…

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