Arguably the most important consideration in web design is your audience. Different demographics prefer different types of designs, and it’s important to take this into account as you plan your website design.
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When your organization is ready for a website or redesign, you want everything to be perfect. But a minimum viable website may be a better choice. Why?
By making your website accessible, you show your users that each of them is important to you. If increasing trust with your visitors isn’t reason enough, then consider instead that you may face legal consequences if your website is not accessible.
Learn to think like a developer when you design websites. The goal of this article is not to change the way you design, but to help you understand how your design choices will translate to web so you can make the best choices for your project.