You probably have seen it when opening Linkedin or Facebook: the so called skeleton screens. It’s like bones without the flesh, which will be loaded in soon. It’s a way to load you website friendly, but a more important thing is that the skeleton screen shows how the content will be shown on the website. That helps your visitor to orientate on the screen without seeing some content already. It’s a thing we will see more this year and maybe on your website too?
My name is Pauline and I’m a Business Communications graduate from the Netherlands. I’m responsible for the social media accounts and writer of different weekly articles here at TheArtHunters. I’m also an entrepeneur and founder of Creable.