ARTICLE SUMMARY: Thanks to computers and the internet the world is getting smaller day by day. Thanks to computers and the internet competition is growing day by day.

Due to the reach of the internet even local markets face stiff competition from around the world.

The average person takes 15 seconds to decide whether or not to explore your website further. If they decide to stay the average person will spend another 52 seconds on that page. Not a whole heck of a lot of time to get your message across or your sales pitch in.

With averages like that designers really need to be on top of their game, and where “6 UI design mistakes that are killing your conversion rates” by Dana Kachan can be a big help in holding your target audiences attention. She talks about

  • Unresponsive design
  • Uninviting CTAs
  • Too much of everything

These and the other suggestions in this article can help you design a site that will create a pleasant experience and boost conversions.

There are certain UI design mistakes that can really turn perspective customers off, and surprisingly enough they are more common than you think. The goal of this article is to hold onto your target audience and avoid these common mistakes made by the best of us.

Whether a seasoned pro or a design beginner this is a good article to peruse every so often just to remind you what not to do.

Design is a tough business. If you have any other suggestions that would help and would like to share let us know in the comments