Whitespace

Too many people forget about whitespace and its importance. They try to cram as much as they can onto a single page. End result? A busy, cluttered and unreadable page that will drive viewers away.

5 thoughts on “Whitespace

  1. I definitely agree with you, there are many drawbacks of putting too much stuffs in the same page, it will increase the page-load time, and in the same time will look too more lengthy, and drives the interest away.
    Thanks for your tips XD

  2. Leaving a space in a website is really a necessity, and it not only the website more easy to navigate, but also makes the website look more professional and ultimately, the skim value and readability of the website contents increases. These are small things, but make a very large scale of effect on a website.

  3. You are absolutely right, having a considerable amount of whitespace in a website will really add up to the simple navigation and more easy browsing experience for the users, that are more concerned about reading the things written in the website.
    Finally, a thanks for your posting..:)

  4. You are so right, my friend.. It will definitely drive visitors away. If a page is like you are talking about, I will close it and find another site with the information I am looking for.

  5. A lot of people have learned webdesign on their own or have been taught the wrong concepts under an instructor.They feel it is the correct way to design a webpage is to fill every inch of a page with content but not realizing that they are making a horrible looking site that most users find unattractive and a turn off. Good webdesign does start with the proper use of white space. Nice point.

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