By David Gutierrez.
A lot of work goes into building a website. No matter if you’re starting from scratch or using a template—creating a unique design, populating your site with compelling content, and optimizing all elements—takes time and energy. No one wants to go through that whole process only to end up with a subpar web presence.
Do yourself a favor and take some time to make sure you’re avoiding these common website design flaws.
Are Your Fonts Really Legible?
What value are people going to get from your site if they have to struggle to read your words? Font selection isn’t just important. It borders on an art form.
For starters, stay away from script fonts, except for very special situations. It’s okay if the name of your website is written in script. But beyond that, you really want to avoid it. Not everyone has great eyesight or is capable of reading odd fonts. Use options that are easily comprehensible by as many people as possible.