People are scanning web pages in an F pattern.
Eye tracking studies show people read the first full paragraph of the page but their attention wanes as they continue down the page. It is therefore important to tell your readers what the article is about by putting the summary at the top of the page.
People read web pages differently than printed materials.
Following these web page writing tips will make your content scannable and increase user engagement. Remember to write the opposite way you would for print media and make your content easier to read by using lists and bolding keywords.
After writing the post “You Don’t Need a Home Page Per Sa”, which basically says that with WordPress, you can set any page to be the landing page of your site; I have been wondering why we need a specific page called HOME or WELCOME at all. By the way, more often than not, there isn’t […]
Whether you use an artist website portfolio page with an album with all your galleries OR individual gallery pages without an album, it is imperative that you include descriptive text with images. It is our job as artists to inform and educate people about our work, using words.
For an artist, the about page is typically where you place your biography. A biography provides visitors with an in depth account of your art career. Since an artist’s bio is written in the third person your artist about page content should be as well.
It should also include…
An artist website contact page lists ways people can contact you. It can and should be more than just a contact form or an email address
List more information on this page, such as…