When building a website, the user’s experience is one of the most important things to consider. This can make or break the number of visitors on your website, as a bad user experience can lead to potential customers clicking away. Fortunately, one way of improving the user experience is through the use of two techniques: front-loading and backloading.
Front loading and backloading when building a website are essential as these two processes help with creating a better user experience. They ensure that every page loads entirely and becomes fully interactive for all users. It also improves the website speed for visitors.
In particular, front loading improves the website's user experience by helping the users quickly scan what the site is all about. For instance, if your website is informative, it would be best to put the blog's details in the first paragraph. In this way, customers will not waste their time reading the overall content and find out they are reading content they do not need.
Similarly, backloading improves the user experience as it speeds up the website's load time. A poor backload time results in a customer clicking the site and witnessing only a blank screen because of the slow load time. In addition, backloading improves the site's page rank.
A website without proper front and backloading is next to having no website at all. If you plan to build a website for your business, it would be best to ensure that your web developers use these two techniques to improve the user experience and boost your website's search engine rankings.
Learn more about website building by reading this post about the key considerations in website design.
Paul Bohrer initially worked with Gab Crothers when he put up his first business. After years of trial and error, he knows what works and what doesn’t. As a certified IT Expert, he is always happy to write about what he has learned, to help you create the site you have envisioned. He shares this research on his posts for Page Kits as well.