you’re not the type of person who would spend at least 30 minutes trying to look for a perfect theme for your website (assuming you’re using WordPress), well, you should be.
A website theme is equivalent to your office. To get a great theme, you must be willing to shell out a bit of money in the process. Attractiveness, presence and convenience are three factors in choosing the right website layout.
Why did Microsoft’s Windows OS win over so many companies that today it’s impartial to defeat the OS without imitating it?
Well, it’s because it’s user-friendly and intuitive. Design and concept is something you pay companies and experts grandiosely. While you might say the parts of the machine are expensive, the design that came from behind it is much more.
So choosing the right website layout must include the smallest of details that would make things convenient for your clients – all of it should have the same treatment.
Google’s concept of Material design is not too expensive. Instead of relying on so many details, the concept relies on ‘easy-looking’ functions that define things simplistically. It is a blend between much colour and minimalism. The latter is effective because it limits the thought that comes with the initial view of a website.
Basic colours can be helpful in your end. But if you’re a cutting-edge fashion styling company, additional colours might be needed. But you must also consider knowing about contrasts if you need to add such additional details.
If you’re not a nut about codes, maybe you should be. Inspect the codes of the html properly; sometimes, they’re not too cleanly-coded. That goes for about 20% of the WordPress theme developing community.
But for most of what you’ll be choosing you can get a clean code.
The consequences for troubling codes would mean unnecessary consumption of hardware resources or bandwidth for your website design and slow-loading, which could affect item number 1 in this list.