There was a time when using many animations made your website seem customized. But as a designer let me inform you that, that time is long gone. All these animations did was take up space and distract the viewers. Divi’s animation options allow you to create micro animations that load faster and take up less space. Micro animations add elegance to your webpage and keeping it classy.
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Step 1: Optimizing Responsiveness Manually
A responsive website is one that adapts its sizes according to the device’s screen size. Divi is a theme that makes every element you create in your website responsive automatically. This reduces the workload for the Divi designer. Even though Divi makes your website responsive on its own, you should always make sure to manually adjust the elements after test-running the website on various devices. Want to know more about responsive websites?
Step 2: Mobile-friendliness
Following the first point about optimizing the responsiveness manually to fit the screen size of various devices, make sure that your website is mobile-friendly. According to research, websites are visited more using mobile devices. This means that your webpage should not only look nice, function well on a computer screen but also on mobile phones.
Step 3: Testing loading speed
Step 4: Compress images
Images are a great way to capture the attention of the viewer but they take time to load. While adding Images make sure that they are compressed to reduce the loading time. Divi has features that allow you to compress images quickly.
Step 5: Breadcrumbs
This cool element named after the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale, allows visitors to understand where they are on your website. It leaves a trail that they can follow to get back to any layer. Did the term ‘Breadcrumbs’ cause you to fumble a little? Here is a blog that will help you with the terms and abbreviations you need to know.
Step 6: Use post navigation
Blogs are a key element in keeping your website visitors engaged. It adds charms to your webpage. Having blog Post Navigation is a great way to improve user experience. It allows the viewer to navigate through the blogs without having to go back and forth between the Blog page and blogs.
Step 7: Add more white space
Divi web designers make it compulsory to use white spaces or blank spaces in order to avoid crowding. A little goes a long way in web designing. It takes a lot of effort to read a crowded webpage. So increasing the white space allows creating a great user experience.
Step 8: Simplify your forms
Web designers use forms to allow communication between the website owner and the visitors. Keeping the form simple and to the point encourages more visitors to communicate with you. Divi allows designers to simplify the forms easily.
Step 9: Clear CTA
Research says that visitors tend to follow arrows while visiting a website more than any other forms of Call-To-Actions. Divi designers make use of this psychological factor to create a clear and simple Call To Action button on webpages.