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Let’s remember that researching doesn’t just take place in schools and other educational institutions.
This is a comprehensive guide to teaching students of all ages how to research.
Let’s zoom in on a particular part of the research process — evaluating websites.
So more than half the time, people will leave a site almost immediately.
Bouncing away from sites is a natural part of researching.
So before devising a plan or strategy, make sure you know the answers of these questions:• the category of your business, • your target audience, the purpose of your website, • and your expectations from the audience. Usability In order to create a good website design, you need to make it user-friendly.
After that, evaluate whether your website design has accomplished what you wanted it to. You need to design your website in a way that it provides answers to user””s questions before they even put up. (Test for broken links at W3C Link Checker.) • Does the site work in different browsers?
Creating a website is an easy task, but evaluating its quality is not.
You don’t come to know about the quality of a website unless you have some measuring tools.