If you need a website built for your business or your old site redesigned to keep up with the changing online world, the first thing you need to do is find a skilled, reliable developer. To help you weed out the hacks and find someone who can help your business succeed, ask these five questions.
One of the biggest problems that can plague a website is poor user experience, or "UX," design. Poor UX can range from minimal design issues like complicated menus or poorly mapped content on a page to bigger issues such as potential customers not understanding a website's navigation. Even the smallest of design issues can start to have large repercussions, as you have about 7 seconds to hook potential customers that are viewing your site for the first time.
The Rise of Messaging Apps
I’m willing to bet that even if you don’t use them yourself, you have probably have heard or seen something concerning the current messaging app craze. Apple iPhones have iMessage and Google has SMS Messenger for Android devices. However, even these two companies are evolving their messaging apps in an effort to keep up with consumer demands. Apple has kept up with the use of stickers and games and will soon offer an option for paying friends who bought you lunch, all within a single app. As for Google, the Android SMS Messenger recently added the option to merge with Facebook’s Messenger app to allow a singular experience for users, so you don't have to go back and forth between different screens to send texts or messages.
There is a lot that goes into building a website—from the simplest thing like picking a color pallet that goes with your brand to something complex like incorporating e-commerce on your site. Even if you are passing the baton of to someone else to create your site for you, it helps to have some basic knowledge about web design. That way, you can help guide them in the right direction to create your dream site. Here are four things that everyone should understand on a basic level when starting a new website
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Your website is one of the most important assets that you own. It can be your number one salesperson, bringing in new leads and selling your products or services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can’t afford to have it performing poorly. Here are the top five reasons you should redesign your website this year.
Topics: Web Design