As a project manager during the design part of projects I often get asked by clients how their site will look when they put all of their information in it. In other words, how will the content look? The easiest and best way to customize your content on a website is by using different Design Layouts.
When building a website, the look and feel of the pages and content are determined by the Design Layouts. You are able to put any type of content that you want on your site, but how it looks will be determined by the different Design Layouts on your website.
For instance, you can put a video on any page inside your site. However, if you have designed the page to highlight text and you drop a video randomly in the middle, it might not look good. Or if you’ve designed the page to highlight photos and video and you decide to put a 600 word article on that page instead, not so good.
Your site is designed with certain layouts that are meant to highlight certain types of information. They will be formatted a certain way, have a certain look, feel, color, size, etc.
Some examples of Design Layouts that you will see on websites (this is not an exclusive list).
There are so many things you can do with Design Layouts that a full list would be impossible to put together. The ones listed here are most common, but if you don’t already have the design of your site in mind, or your current site is not producing the results you want it to, connect up with a professional Website Design/Development firm who can help you customize your site with Design Layouts
A good firm will be able to help you design your site to create a massive funnel that takes visitors and turns them into prospects who reach out to start or continue the sales process.