Allow your visitors to move about your site.
We used to be afraid to create our web pages, especially your homepage, too long. This was done to prevent customers from scrolling, forcing them to cram as much information as possible into the most popular screen size for viewing their website.
A good rule of thumb is to have three to five segments that help direct new and recurring users to the most important portions of your site.
What should these segments’ titles be? This list may go on indefinitely, but here’s a quick review of some of the most crucial points:
Each navigation item has enough space to see where the lines are drawn clearly.
Users may simply visit these places with just one click here, so be sure to do the same (without overloading your navigation).
These simple and well-organized navigations signal to the user that you want them to be able to quickly traverse your website and that there is nothing to hide. As a result, your visitors are more likely to browse more pages during their session, extending their stay on your website.