Even today, some people confuse the terms usability and accessibility. Others might think that having a usable website is accessible by default. But, there are differences in the terms usability and accessibility that need to be understood.
Looking for inspiration and how to design UI is hard enough. But it is very difficult to find a great color palette that is appealing to the eye and also applied correctly in the UI.
By testing our code with the W3C validator, we can find mistakes and errors with suggestions on how to solve the problems.
It is difficult to tell a client that you will design a user experience. It is better to explain exactly what you would do in your design that will increase the usability, conversion, provides what your users want, and performance of the page.
Most websites, and their content, design, font, images, color, style, etc, are focused at a particular type of person, and these persons are collectively called your target audience (Persona).
No matter what stage you are in the website process, every step of the way, you should consider making your website more user-friendly