Web design is the basis of our page. Thanks to it, we see which is the most striking, simple, and attractive structure for those who visit our website. To avoid starting to introduce too many elements, many of them unnecessary, it is better to put ourselves in the shoes of people who may be interested in the services or information we offer. What would we like to find? How would we expect everything to be? How would it be easier for us to access the different sections?
One of the structures that have become very fashionable today is a minimalist design. The reason why we bet so much on it is that this type of design is simple, uses few images, although of great quality, and the information is concrete, ordered, and clear. As soon as a user enters a minimalist page, they know exactly the theme of the web, what their objective is and where they should go to buy a product, subscribe to the newsletter, send a comment, etc.
It is possible to choose other types of designs, but so that we do not lose sight of the importance of the UX, it is necessary to remember that all the information must be structured in a clear and intuitive way. In addition, the most important elements should never be on secondary tabs, but on the main ones. However, you always have to synthesize as much as possible. Too much text does not help users to stay, just the opposite. They want concrete information condensed into a few lines.
Loading Speed

In web design, we cannot forget very important elements such as the loading speed. This can be affected if, for example, we add images to the web page that are too heavy. Therefore, this is an element that we must bear in mind. Of course, this does not mean that we should upload poor quality images. We simply have to adjust them.
Also, it is convenient to reduce the number of videos or animations that can slow down our website. Although they are very visual and provide dynamism, let us remember that those who visit our page seek speed, and if they see that the page does not load, they will go looking for another one that is much faster.
Responsive Web Design

This is absolutely necessary. The web design must be responsive so that it can adapt to different technological devices such as mobile phones or tablets. This dramatically improves the user experience or UX, as it enables a correct display of the web page, updates at the same time on all devices, and, most importantly, reduces loading time.