Final web design checklist
- Is the balance on the home page evenly divided into text, images and white space?
- Are the elements on the home page well organized and easy / intuitive to use?
- Is the most important information on your screen above the fold?
- Is the home page appealing to your target audience?
- Are all the most important parts of the site are accessible from the home page?
- Is there a clear statement of the purpose of the site which the visitor can see within a few seconds?
- Are the colours used harmonious and logically related?
- Are navigation, search and other static elements consistently used throughout the site?
- Is the main navigation simple to use and intuitive?
- Are the most important elements listed in the main navigation?
- Is it readable – i.e. is the text big enough and clear enough to see easily?
- Is the search function easily visible?
- Are your in-copy links worded descriptively so they give a clear indication of where they will take the visitor?
- Is there a clear indication on every page of the visitor’s current location?
- Is there a clear link to the home page on every page?
- Does your website follow the accessibility profile for disability?
- Is the website copy concise but useful?
- Does the writing style adhere to the style guide and speak to the target audience?
- Within articles, are there links to more detailed explanations of subjects, or definitions of jargon terms?