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Feng Shui Tips for Office Website

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Feng Shui office website allows you to develop an online presence that takes into consideration the rules and techniques of this ancient Chinese art. Almost everyone has heard about Feng Shui for the home or office as a range of methodologies for organizing the interior and exterior, but what about the design of a website? Can we use Feng Shui when producing the website of your company? The answer is not just positive but in fact you are encouraged to dick deep into this topic in order to gain the maximum amount of benefits.

The first and most basic rule of Feng Shui is to avoid clutter. All the items and furniture in a home or office must be perfectly positioned. The same goes out for a website. You got to eliminate the so called "cyber clutter" by getting rid of unnecessary images and text. Having too much stuff on your website can make it look almost repulsive to a visitor, so the idea is to achieve the perfect balance between having too much and too little. Pop-ups are considered as spam by most users and don't add much value to your site if you are looking for a professional type of vision. Don't think that as a website designer, you must fill up all the empty spaces on a webpage. You should aim for the ideal balance, which is often achieved by having some empty white space here and there to provide a sense of visual relief.



As you probably know already, Feng Shui is all about easing the flow of the Universal Chi energy which connects absolutely everything. This concept can be applied for a Feng Shui office website by making sure that the flow of information provided to your visitors is constant, logical, free of grammatical errors, simple and to the point. Most website users complain of confusing navigation so make sure your online product doesn't fall in that category. When linking out of you website, make sure those links open up in a new window so that your site can remain on the screen of your visitors rather than pushing them away. Remember that the point of a website is to keep people hooked up on it for as much as you can.

Feng Shui seriously emphasizes on the colors and they play a tremendous importance on how your website is accepted and viewed by people. There are five basic elements in Feng Shui - Fire, Wood, Earth, Metal and Water. Each of these elements is connected with a certain color. Brown and green symbolize new live and growth so it could be beneficial for business websites. Red is a rich color that's good for dating websites and restaurants. Yellow is a symbol of the sun hence it's related to new hope making it perfect of investment services websites. Blue stands for water which is a Feng Shui element of emotion and connection. Blue is recommended for websites that draw a large audience, like social networking sites.



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