Over the last couple of decades online casinos have transformed from what was originally a niche entertainment for a few geeks into a major almost worldwide phenomenon which attracts the same sort of gaming revenues as real casinos. Today anybody who plays roulette or blackjack for real money is as likely to do it at a casino online as they are to do it at a real one. With such a huge expanding market it would be strange if it didn’t attract many entrepreneurs to enter the online gaming sector, and indeed it has done so.
While there are significant barriers to entry, including obtaining a gaming licence, anyone with sufficient resources and determination can do so. The result is that today there is a multitude of online casinos fighting for what is a limited though rapidly growing audience. While such events tend to achieve a kind of equilibrium, what we are seeing is that some online casinos make it big, while others simply fail and disappear.
While good design is important it isn’t the only factor. It is necessary to get other things right, for instance establishing the brand, providing good levels of customer service, a well formulated and implemented advertising and PR campaign, but getting the design right too. Great casino design should focus on three primary elements. These are usability, appearance, and delivering for visitors a safe gaming experience. In terms of usability it is important to provide intuitive navigation, ease of depositing and withdrawing money, good instructions for all the games, the opportunity to play games for free.
Creating the right appearance means keeping up to date with ever changing styles and fashions, for instance at the moment flat designs are in vogue, while not so long ago flashy 3D graphics were thought to be attractive. Creating a safe gaming experience includes providing instant access to customer services and information of payouts along with links to casino audits. Get all these things right and you are on your way to success.