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Why Interactive Web Design Is Important

In 2009 the number of people using the Internet in the UK grew by 4 million. With nearly 40 million people connected to the Internet, websites are becoming increasingly important. Around 60% of Internet users currently enjoy broadband with speeds of over 2MB. Such speeds allow people to experience dynamic video and rich media executions with ease, which has raised people’s expectations of what they can do with websites.

These days a static web page is no long satisfactory. To really engage the online community, interactive web design is essential.

Interactivity simply means building a function into your website which allows the user to get involved. It’s more than simply reading text on a screen. Interactivity is a way of engaging the user so they have a more interesting user experience.

There are many simple ways to make your website interactive. Developing a survey on an interesting subject and hosting it on your site will encourage people to share their opinion. This gives you the opportunity to open up the discussion when you announce the results too. You could create a quiz with multiple choice or true and false answers. These work well when the correct answers are displayed instantly.

Another popular interactive feature allows users to interact with someone via live chat. This is particularly relevant for websites where people may be seeking information or advice.

One thing any website can easily offer users is a free download. This could be a white paper, a free trial on software or even a webinar. You could also run a competition on your website; if the prize is exciting then people will forward it to their friends, and even more people will be drawn to your site. Making your website interactive can also be as easy as allowing users to comment on your web pages.

With the government’s plans to roll out super fast broadband across the country, interactive website design will become an even bigger priority.

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10 thoughts on “Design Uk Web”

  1. Web design UK – which company to choose?

    I have the job of finding a web designer that will design a new website for the company I work for and provide excellent optimisation in a competative UK market. I would like to know if anyone can tell me of any ‘go to’ companies that are good at both the asthetic designs and SEO. We are based in Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire/Sheffield.

  2. What university in the UK offers a Web Design Degree?
    I currently live in the US and want to move to the UK to study. However, I’m interested in a Web Design degree (or a Digital Arts degree with web courses). Basically something like this:

    I’ve been looking at universities but haven’t found one with that sort of degree yet. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

  3. Try looking at the UCAS website, they have lists of all courses available at UK universities (

  4. Any body knows the best Web Design and Graphics design company at UK?

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  6. What are the best websites for finding different colleges in UK offering various web design courses?
    I mean like similar to the Access to Higher Education website showing a database of different colleges in UK offering various Access to HE courses but in this case web design courses. Thanks.

  7. Some advice on forming a web-design company in the UK ?
    I’m not from the UK, and I would like to form a web-design company based in the UK. I would really appreciate some advice about the papers needed from someone who has done this or something similar. Will I need to have a physical headquarters, or can I use the address from my home country (in the EU) ? How much (approximately) will all the paperwork and approvals cost ? Any othe advice is welcome.

  8. I would suggest that you try the official business link for the Uk.

    You should be able to do your business using your physical address in the EU.
    I would consult your local business authorities as well. They should be able to provide you with helpful info as well.


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