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If you are designing a site and your main focus will be solely on fancy features and business objectives, then you are making a huge mistake because you are neglecting the user.

A user-centered web design can be defined as the objective of designing to increase the usefulness as well as usability of websites. Here usefulness means how relevant the web content of the site is to the user and usability can also be looked at in terms of ease of use.

A user-centered web design builds sites from the user’s perspective and with their satisfaction in mind all the times. Below are some simple ways in which you can make your website user-centered.

1)Concentrate on Visibility:
In web designing visibility refers to vital site elements like navigational aids being highly conspicuous to the user. This allows the user to figure out immediately what he can do and what he can’t. Thus visibility is a great help in assisting users.

2)Keeping memory load to minimum:
Navigating a poorly designed site will be taxing on the average user’s memory. The way to deal with this is to ensure that the screen elements are purposeful and consistent over the whole site.

3)Accessibility is a priority:
Your users want their information found efficiently and quickly, and therefore accessibility can take the shape and form of any number of things, from the good, old sitemap to a basic search feature.

4)Site Orientation:
Site Orientation is achieved by way of navigational clues that can take various forms. The most powerful examples include sitemap, descriptive links and highly visible site elements on each page which tells the user where they are relative to other pages, as well as how to navigate to different pages.

5)Making your site pleasant:
The site should be simple to both use and look at. After all, the more satisfied the user is with your site interface, the likelier he is to have confidence in the information on the site, perceive the site to be user-friendly and be motivated to learn how to utilize the site.

6)Tie it together with visual design:
Visual design is the aesthetics of your entire interface. Some of the most vital aspects of good visual design includes webpages that feature a mix of being interesting and simple, the conservative use of color and making the most vital elements the most visually prominent.

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