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How to build an engaging website that isn't image-focused?


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Designing a website with a lot of text-based information can be a challenge as big chunks of text can be off-putting to the reader. Often, we rely on imagery to draw the users' attention or help communicate a message. But what if we don't have or want to rely on imagery?

What are some practices you've used or seen that create an engaging and informative display of textual content? Share in the comments below!

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Number one that comes to mind for me is a simple FAQ page, with or without anchors.  https://waterclinicfl.com/faq Put the text over a background image, make it the focal point. I did that i

Designing a website with a lot of text-based information can be a challenge as big chunks of text can be off-putting to the reader. Often, we rely on imagery to draw the users' attention or help commu

Number one that comes to mind for me is a simple FAQ page, with or without anchors. 

https://waterclinicfl.com/faq

Put the text over a background image, make it the focal point. I did that in the same site I posted the link to. 

Headlines become important,  they help grab the viewers  attention, so the text following  is read, 

Also a page of technical info , for example  a company that sells computers or audio equipment could have a page of manuals and guides that can be read online and/or could be downloaded. 

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