The ideal website is easy for users to navigate intuitively through the content they need. And while many websites start out simple, it doesn’t take long for well-intentioned content to build up and become cumbersome, ultimately clogging up the well-planned, beautifully-designed navigation.
While a lot of content can be evergreen, it’s important to make sure less valuable content isn’t getting in the way of users’ attempts to find what they need. A new website design is a great time to undergo the process of weeding out unnecessary content, but you can also implement an annual or bi-annual website content audit to examine what’s on your site and identify what needs to go.
View this infographic for the right questions to ask yourself when determining which content to purge:
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