A better user experience means a better website. The website should meet its user‘s needs and expectations. Website designer and web developers should build websites that can be conveniently and efficiently sustained and updated. A website don’t just work, but works well for its potential audience and the people behind its construction.
Efficiency is crucial for all websites that exist. It is the core of the project, may be in the form of responsiveness, accessibility, strategy of the content and the loading speed. The way of choosing the right CSS property to use should also be taken into consideration to make the project feasible.
Ask before you build
Ask questions on to whom the website you’re building is for? Why do they need this kind of website? Where are they going to use it? Talk to the client to understand the purpose of the website development. Know the requirements and functionalities needed by the client for their new website. Make things clear before you put your hand on your keyboard and start creating your website.
Make your code simple
Simplify your code using the shorter approach that does the same way using the longer one. Simplicity makes your code look cleaner.
Check the number of characters used
Using 45 – 75 characters are normally the accepted and safe count per line for a convenient reading. To assure that your design support this, use this simple trick of placing a line of dummy text with an asterisk at the characters 45 and 75, and then test the website to confirm if it resizes at this range.
Learn from issues and errors
Unexpected behaviors may occur even if you have tested and checked your application and to how many devices you have used. It is not common to launch an application without a bug. Bugs are found as soon as the application was launched and used by the users. Make yourself available for the concerns and issues encountered by the users by using the website. Record server errors and evaluate them. Keep track of the errors and think through on how to solve them.
Tag a functional piece of information on a specific line when you are trying to understand it. Note down the areas that you think makes sense when you’re attempting to remove a bug. Use console.log so that you can notice where the code is cracking.
Make background images responsive
Using the CSS property background – size: cover; is one easy way to make your background images responsive not considering the width of the screen. Furthermore, using this property in visual scalability when defining the size of an element of the background automates its pixel ratio where the image will display without indicating it in the rules.