InfoGraphic – How to Improve Website User Experience

Recently, I have read more of Neil Patel quickSprout blog and was amazed by the quality of information shared there. Reading Neil Patel’s blog was full of fun and learning.  This week I caught up with something that grab my attention and love to share it here with you….it’s about improve website user experience.

It is an infographic packed with quality and informative content that will help put your blog design and usability in the right direction.

A website/blog is useful to users when they find it easy to use and quickly spot what they’re looking for without having to go through the vigorous task of endless searching for what they want.

It doesn’t matter how good-looking your blog theme is, or made of beautiful color combination, if users find it hard to use, then it worth not a penny spend on it.

Like Neil Put it;

Marketing isn’t just about driving traffic to a website. It also incorporates design and usability. Just think of Apple. Its computers and products wouldn’t be as popular as they are today if they weren’t beautiful and, more “importantly, usable“.


I bold the two word on purpose “Importantly and Usable” and I hope you got that too?

Your website shouldn’t just be beautiful but also, usable.

In the past here on CyberNaira, I wrote a post which might be of further help on the subject of better web design mistakes to avoid. This post contains fourteen valuable tips to follow or take in to account when designing your next WordPress blog or better you check your present blog to see where you’re doing it wrong.

I strongly recommend after going through with the infographic below… the blog post and for a great further reading, there is an out bound link that further put more light on this subject.

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8 Ways to Improve the Usability of Your Website
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout
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  1. says

    User experience on a website should be a priority with website owners when it comes to designs. Personally, I am completely turned-off when a website loads slow and not easily navigable. These are poor user experience for me.

    The infographic shared is a reminder to bloggers of the importance of making their blogs/websites user friendly. This readily helps in improving conversions and boosting sales!

    This post “kingged” or upvoted in where it was shared for bloggers,social marketers,and online marketers.

  2. says

    Hi Shamsudeen,

    This is my first visit to your site! Great Post and Infographic!!

    The website/blog design is very important and it should be user-friendly as it’s always been said that the first impression is the last impression right?

    Visitors tend to run away from blogs with complex designs. They may come and leave without even reading any post. It is very important that your design is user friendly or your entire hard work would go in vain. You worked hard to get that visitor into your site, make it a pleasurable and a relaxing experience for them to find what they are looking for so they can come back.

    Thanks Shamsudeen for a great share! Have yourself a great day!!

    Be Blessed,

    Neamat Tawadrous recently posted…How To Overcome The Guilt That Comes From Taking A Vacation!My Profile

    • says

      Hi Neamat,

      Thanks for visiting; I hope you find my place a good read.

      Like you rightly said, the first impression is just about the last impression; it takes just about 3 to 5 seconds for a first time visitor to decide either to stay or leave immediately. And your blog design is part of what help the visitor make a choice.

      The more will let things be simple and user friendly, the better for our blog readers to make use of. Thanks for coming and hope I see more of you around here.

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