When I get to a webpage and I see that almost no thought has been put into it, my mind screams at me to turn around and that I’ve made a possible machine ruining mistake by even clicking on the link. A homepage should be well done and invite people to utilize your site. Richard Millington has provided us with the three main problems facing many community homepages today and provides a few tips and tricks on how to turn those problems into profit.
- Since a homepage is meant to give regular visitors a watch to see quickly what’s up, pushing the latest news far beneath the fold is not a visually appealing or useful choice.
- Although mobile apps are great, having to endlessly scroll before arriving at the new stuff will greatly deter visitors.
- Also, while navigation choices are useful, it is better to save prime visual space for browsers to easily view new activities.
“Ensure members can hide the banner and remove anything which doesn’t let members immediately see what’s new in the community.”
Read more: https://www.feverbee.com/community-homepage/