With the launch of the World’s Biggest Competition site, we now know how to make it look good.
And it turns out that there’s no such thing as a bad website design.
And the results?
People are loving it.
And so are the companies who built it.
One of the most popular sites is the competition site website, but it’s not just for the rich.
Here are some other things you should consider if you want to create a new competition site.
Designing a competition site is a big undertaking, so make sure to put a lot of thought into it.
There are many elements to consider when designing a competition website.
Here’s a breakdown of what to consider.1.
The Competition site’s site title (Title) The name of the competition website will determine what kind of content it will contain.
A simple name will probably be sufficient, but you’ll want to consider the competition’s logo.
For example, the logo might be a white circle with a star in the center.
The competition logo will be the main focus of the site.2.
Content elements on the website The content of the website should reflect the content of that page.
This is important to consider as well.
If your site’s main content is a list of competition prizes, then it’s probably best to have the homepage as the main page.3.
Content layout for each competition page (Content layout) Content on a page should be structured according to the competition, so that the page is easily navigable.
For a list, the main content should be on a white background.
If there’s a menu bar on the main screen, you may want to include a menu item with the competition page’s name and URL.4.
Content for each category page (Conceptual layout) A good competition site should have a good concept for the content on its page.
The idea of the page should reflect that it’s a place to compete.5.
Layout for each main category page(Content layout in a grid) Layout should be organized according to a grid.
You’ll want a clear, clean design for each page.6.
Concept of the category pageFor a category page, you should include the relevant competition information, such as a short description of the topic or a brief description of some aspect of the contest.7.
Submission form layout (Submit form layout) The submission form should have clear buttons to select a contest, which are easy to click and use.8.
Headline layoutFor a headline, it should include an image and a headline in the form.9.
Body text for each entry in the category and category title(Body text) Body text should be consistent throughout the competition and should be readable on all platforms.10.
Headlines for each of the categories in each category and each of its sub-categories(Headline text) Headlines for every entry in each of each category’s sub-category should be concise and clear.11.
Headings for each sub-section of each page in each competition category and sub-subcategory(Headlines in a row) Headings in each subsection of a competition page should include a clear heading for each competing category and its subcategory.12.
Headers for each section of each competition entry in a competition category, and for each other category(Headers in a column) Headers for every section of every entry for each competitor’s competition page must be clearly readable.13.
Footnotes for each item of each entry(Footnotes) Footnotes should be legible.14.
Content navigation for each content element(Navigation) Navigation should be minimal and easily accessible for the reader.15.
Conclusions for each submission(Conclusions) Conclusions should be clear and concise for readers to understand.16.
Header images for each individual entry and each subcategory entry(Header images) Header images for every individual entry, and subcategory entries should be visually appealing.17.
Footer images for all entries and subcategories of the same category and for all competitors of the given category(Footer Images) Footer images should be easily readable for all platforms and should fit on any screen size.18.
Header image for each contestant entry, subcategory and category name(Header image in a line) Header image for every contestant entry and sub category name should be easy to read on all screens.19.
Heading for each contender entry, category name and competitor category(Header in a vertical line) Heading for every competitor entry and competitor type should be clearly visible.20.
Header images on each page of a competitor’s entry and page of subcategory(Header Images) Header Images should be prominent and easy to see.21.
Header Image for each team entry, page of competitor category, page on competitor’s page and subpage(Header Image in a horizontal line)Heading should be simple, readable and legible for all readers.22.
Headed links to each of competitor’s pages(Head