Do you want your website to embody user-friendly components that make people wish to visit the site time and time again? This may seem tough on the surface but it isn’t. You just need to employ a few tried and true “tricks” such as the following:
Your selection of fonts will play a large role in whether or not your website is user friendly. You will want to use two or three common fonts that are easy to read and understand. You do not want to weave in several different fonts and you especially do not want to weave in a number of “exotic” fonts which have little or not visual benefit.
You also want to limit the size of the fonts to one or two as well. Scores of different fonts will undermine the ability to read the website which is not a good.
Similar prudence will be needed when selecting the colors of the fonts, website’s background, and items in the margin. Again, visual clarity is a must to create a user-friendly site.
Clarity also needs to extend to the links to the subpages on the site. Can visitors clearly see them? If not then you really don’t have a user-friendly website.
As you can see, most of the tips for creating a user-friendly website entail simply keeping the site clear, organizes, and aesthetically pleasing.