Everyone wants a website that’s attractive. But having one that’s attractive AND and successfully nudges visitors down the conversion path is a different story. A website can be beautiful but ineffective. Remember that it must drive sales and leads. Before you plan a website redesign, incorporate these web design best practices into your strategy.Read More
By and large, whether to have or not have a website is no longer a choice for the vast majority of businesses. The real question is: have you leveraged the best web design strategy to support your business and build an effective branding tool?
Any web design team — whether in-house or contracted — should be able to implement a proven design plan. If you’re unsure how your web design strategy connects to your overall marketing and branding, we've got you covered. Keep reading to explore web design strategy in depth, and it's role in boosting your business.Read More
These days, it’s not enough to have a website. While having an online presence is essential, a good website isn’t just about looking pretty. With changes coming to the Google algorithm, websites must also be designed with usability in mind. Usability refers to how easily visitors can browse and interact with different components. It also refers to accessibility.Read More
The words “contentious” or “controversial” used in the same breath with “web design trends” might seem a little weird—unless you’re heavily entrenched in the world of graphic and web design. But just like any other industry, web design isn’t immune to trends. Some trends are so enduring that they become timeless principles, like using legible fonts or ensuring that your color palette isn’t too intense for viewers’ eyes.Read More
Conversions are crucial key performance indicators (KPIs) for marketing and web design departments. The more conversions you have, the more you can assume that your design tactics are effective.
Some ideas, while well-intentioned, may not be data-driven or actionable. This, in turn, forces web designers and developers to implement website elements that may be doing more harm than good. Sometimes jumping on a design trend bandwagon isn't the best idea.Read More
Fast forward to today, and marketing your product or service offerings in the digital space is a non-negotiable for most businesses today. You reach more potential customers, get more targeted with advertising, and can use data to refine the shopping experience.Read More
In the past few years, virtual reality (VR) has taken off. In 2018, the VR market was worth almost $8 billion. By 2024, experts estimate that it will grow to an astounding $44.7 billion, and the technology is still in its infancy! There’s no doubt that VR will have significant applications in the future.
Google is tinkering with their algorithm again, and that means more changes for website owners and developers. This time, their focus will be on prioritizing sites that have a great user experience.
For almost 15 years, the F pattern has dictated the world of digital marketing and web design. Designers and content creators have worked tirelessly to make their web pages conform to their visitors’ gaze. Now, in 2020, it’s time to rethink the F pattern. Is it still effective? Or have website visitors’ viewing habits changed over the years?
A good user experience (UX) is what every web designer strives to achieve. Typically, if you’re a good web designer, you try to learn what website visitors want and do your best to make their experience as positive as possible.
But sometimes, companies don’t care about their customers and focus only on their own agenda.