A brief discussion on the behavior of Chinese nternet users in surfing the web
users actually use the Internet in ways that are not exactly what you think. Especially when you’re designing a web page. Let’s talk about our blog. We think that when a user opens a web page, he reads each text carefully and thinks about the meaning of each picture.
but in fact, the way users use the site is a big gap from our imagination. They just glanced at each page, scanned the text without looking at it, and clicked on the first link that interested them. Generally speaking, there are many parts of the page that they are not interested in and are not interested in.
For example, I have
on b3b4.org/gender that Bo Wen proud of those illustrations, in the minds of ordinary users, just watching them to reach the goal of this blog, so enjoy the site itself, or see your Bo Wen illustration and not their purpose (except of course learning website design, picture production).
(ever proud of Bowen’s illustrations)
when we’re looking for data, we use Google or Baidu as the figure above to query, and then click the link from the massive search results one by one to the sites that might meet the requirements. In this case, the user is not in the mood to read all of the content in your blog. They are busy, and they know that in most Bowen, only a small part of them are interesting.
(people use the network most of the time)
I don’t mean you can give up details and design at will. A clear structure, beautiful pictures, and unambiguous text can help users quickly find what they are interested in. If the user is slightly frustrated, they are likely to close your blog right away. Sometimes they are just like some bad customers who treat them a little carelessly and can never be redeemed.