When we have an online store or an internet sales project, or we want to implement an online catalog of our products, a rather laborious and delicate phase begins for our company. However, if we execute it well and make a good layout, we will achieve an optimal catalog web design for our e-commerce to work.
There are two crucial questions we must ask ourselves to design a good web catalog:

     .   What characteristics does good web design have to have?
     .   How can we implement it?

Let’s go straight to the first of the questions:

What characteristics must a web design fulfill to succeed with e-commerce?
Although the web catalog design has a certain complexity, we must start from the base that it must be a clean and organized design with a web structure and a comfortable user interface.

It must also have easy-to-read fonts (that are consistent with the brand image) and quality multimedia files (images, videos, etc.) that bring the product closer to our audience.

In web design, it is essential to work a good user experience, and this includes making a good copy of the product with intuitive and detailed files, accompanied by the corresponding multimedia material.

In this line, this leads us to remember the importance of web speed, which is related to proper web layout and correct optimization of files (multimedia, CSS, javascript …). In addition, the latest trends dictated by Google (and by users) make it essential to design and layout our website for mobile devices.

All this leads us to address the second question:

How Do We Make A Good Web Layout To Get Our Web Catalog?

When it comes to building a website, we have a wide range of options, from doing everything to measure, using multiple programming resources, to resorting to the most used CMS templates, such as the well-known WordPress.

In any case, we must know (that sounds to us, at least)

HTML5, as the most used programming language and that any browser will interpret correctly. It is the universal content code for the www.

Another widely used resource is CSS3, the style sheet language that allows us to “shape” our content in boxes, lists, or blocks.

Although there are many more options, it is not our intention to dwell on more technical aspects. The current reality is that this is a winning combination and widely used to layout web pages. With HTML5, CSS3, and support from other resources, we can make a good catalog design web, with multiple formats to achieve a design to suit our brand and also be responsive and allow us to optimize the loading speed of web files.

For all this, with CSS3 and HTML5, we can make a page:

      Quick.
     .  Intuitive
     .  With a nice and good interface for UX.

These three key points will favor the construction of a web catalog that will attract visits and retain users on our website.