A nice big clever Heading 2
A very interesting tagline in Heading 3
The important stuff – blah blah blah. Not too much text though. Nice clear points. Two lines at a time and never more than 500 words. People will only look at your page for 2 minutes at the most. Keep it simple. Less is more people.
This is where you should have done your homework. What is the objective? What do you want your reader to know and then do. Think about your audience.
Don’t forget we are Psychiatry and these are our web pages. Use these collective pronouns instead of typing out the Department of Psychiatry every time. It’s also easier to read.
You don’t want to tempt people into leaving early by adding a link too soon. If you add an email here they may email you asking about information that’s already available underneath. Like my shopping list that’s coming up.
Who doesn’t love a good quote?
Very clever person at Psychiatry
If you have a list of options why not use some bullet points:
Don’t be afraid of space. It helps people read and digest information. Easy on the eyes.
Links should be user-friendly and accessible (people access the web with a variety of helpful aids). Highlight multiple words in bold or Heading 4 and use arrows or buttons. Words used should be active. Also, let’s hide those links peeps.
Wow, that line looks good. As does this Sub-Heading 3
Now I can break up useful information and link to older versions of stuff people probably won’t read or need.
One more time for the pal at the back—less is more. Keep it simple.