My mission is to make the Internet filled more with more effective websites that don't make users frustrated.

I’m Aaron, or The Website Architect. I love creating effective and beautiful websites that its users will love, appreciate, and understand through the power of great web design and user experience.

This isn’t just marketing talk either. Here are some common practices in web design that hurt user experience and frustrate users:

  • Autoplaying sliders
  • Autoplaying sound
  • When your mouse scrolling gets taken over by an animation
  • Not being able to see it a menu because its behind a button
  • When important content is hidden behind a carousel/slider
  • LONG animations

A lot of mistakes are being made out there in the name of being unique, standing out, and trying to be remembered. Well, guess what – you don’t have to hurt a website’s user experience to have those things.

Websites can be both user-experience-focused as well as beautifully designed, you shouldn’t have to choose between the two. 

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This is where I came in. I asked myself questions like “what really makes a good website?” and “what do /users/ really care about when designing a website?”.

By answering those questions I figured out what makes good websites tick and where websites or particular page layouts go wrong, enabling me to create better and more effective websites for my clients.

I don’t claim what I know is revolutionary or anything, in fact there’s a lot of other designers out there who approach design with such a user-experience focus. But, I think the internet is always in need of reminders as I (and I’m sure you too), come across too many frustrating websites.

And that’s why I’ve started my own YouTube channel – to teach other aspiring web designers how to also create beautiful, user-experience-focused websites.

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How I'm going to make the internet a better place:

(only in terms of website user experience and design, other issues like cyber-bullying, cyber terrorism, and Internet-related addiction can be solved by other people)

#1: Perfect my craft and build great websites for clients

Get better and better at making websites across many different industries, requirements, and styles to make my skills alot more robust.

#2: Use my first-hand experience to refine my web-design videos

Using this knowledge I want to teach the ideas and philosophies I’ve learned and formulated so more people can make better websites.

#3: Create a course teaching how to make great websites

With a following of eager supporters, I’ll take my knowledge to a professional format to share my knowledge on making great websites.

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Do you share the same user-focused approach as me? Let's make a great website!