Web Design for a Fitness Page
Everybody knows that if nobody hears about your business, there is no way for it to grow. Advertisement is important for a page regarding banking just as much as it is to the one dealing with furniture. People need to know you are out there, they need to know that they can trust you and what to expect from you, and that is why you need to have a web page.
When creating the web site http://bestpersonaltrainingtoronto.com for these personal training folks, there are a number of things that we considered in order to make it attractive and better suited to represent their business. First we need to understand what it is they do. They are connecting various people looking for a fitness advices with the best teachers and trainers in their area. Their service is localized, so there is http://bestpersonaltrainingtoronto.com/whitby where you can find trainers in Whitby area and if you are from Oshawa then http://bestpersonaltrainingtoronto.com/oshawa is for you. This means that every segment of that page must be personalized for this area and search optimization must be done in order to highlight each of these locations.
Pages are also very personal, as they communicate with the user on a personal level, showing him or her the information about other professionals, trainers and instructors that they might like. There is a description for each one of them so clients can study them and decide which one is the best for them. The page will explain some basics of the exercises you have as an option for your future exercise endeavors, all in order to make it a better and easier experience for you.
You might notice that the homepage for this site is fairly simple page. There is not a lot to it, and that is done for a reason. A lot of people don’t understand it at first, but less is more in web design. You don’t want a lot of banners showing off your Photoshop skills or a lot of buttons showing me you know how to build a complex page, there is simply no need for it. This page is simple and easy to navigate. Once the user is there it is clear what the page is about. Content is spread so it’s easy to read. Pictures indicate exercise and physical activity. Highlighted headings are telling us what the text is about, and just from a 2 second glance, we have a pretty good idea what we’re looking at. And you will want that on your page.
If a user spends more than 5-10 seconds on the page and can’t tell for sure what it’s about, experience says, he will leave it and find another one where it’s easier to find stuff. That’s why simple and easy navigation and design is needed and that’s why the little things like that make a world of difference.