Ways To Make Your Website Sizzle!

Want your online portfolio or website to SIZZLE? First, we suggest starting with a CMD website template. You can easily customize your template by tweaking and stylizing with the design options offered in the user friendly content management system. You can get creative with colors and logo placement to further personalize your site.

 

::: It’s Very Important  To Keep Your Sites Aesthetics SIMPLE And Clean :::

Keep your color scheme and fonts consistent and be sure to make your images the focal point. As an online portfolio of your work, your photos are the most important elements of the site and should therefore be emphasized the most.

::: A STRONG Logo :::

To create a strong logo, it is important to consider how you want clients to respond. When clients view the logo, they will quickly decide your professionalism, creativity and style. A hum drum logo that looks like all the other photography logos will give the impression you lack creativity. Apply the logo to watermarks on your photos, contact pages, and even on business cards.  A strong logo is a powerful marketing tool.

::: Contact Info :::

Consider including your contact information on every page. Make sure it is easy for your viewers to get in touch with minimal effort. This will save them time.

::: Show Your Strongest Work :::

You should always be very selective with what you show your audience; less is more and quality trumps quantity.  First impressions are the biggest, so you need to make the first visual contact really count. Make  your homepage a showcase of your very BEST images, start with your best and end with something even better.

::: BIGGER Is Better In This Case :::

There is nothing more disappointing than viewing a photography website with small lackluster images. USE YOUR SPACE (check your resolution and don’t stretch)! Fill the page with an amazing image that grabs the audience and lures them in for more. Bigger is better in this case to get the job done!

Now your website will sizzle from beginning to end! Just remember the SSB (Simple, Strong and BIG)!

Author: Jade Wills