Imagine you’re visiting a new website page and it’s taking a long time to load.
When the page finally displays, the content moves or shifts around to accommodate images, promotional banners, and other content on the page.
That’s frustrating, it’s not a good user experience.
Sadly, it’s not uncommon. It happens to me every day.
My typical response?
I leave the website, not likely to return again.
Or when I do, I remember the poor experience I had the last time.
And consider what other site has the information or content I’m looking for.
That’s not what website creators want.
When you design a website page with a good user experience, a website where
- Content loads fast
- User interactions respond quickly
- Page layout doesn’t shift
you create a better user experience for everyone.
Wondering what strategies you can use to improve user experience?
Read on to get tips for methods you can use on your website. Continue reading UX Patterns Optimized for Core Web Vitals [Video]