Web Design your Customers and Employees will Love

Web Design your Customers and Employees will Love

Posted on February 18, 2019

Are you looking to take better care of your customers? Many businesses are striving for better ways to improve customer service online. How about a new website? It’s is a great plan for improving external and internal customer service in 2019. A new website can: Improve user experience through a fresh design. These days, landing on a well designed, beautiful website is similar to walking into a well designed room. Our online experiences are gradually becoming more important, and we like a good experience. Just the aesthetics of your site (a nice photo, calm colors, or framework) can effect your … Continue reading

Minimalistic Web Design That Works

Minimalistic Web Design That Works

Posted on January 28, 2019

Are you looking to freshen up your web design in 2019? Reorganizing and refreshing spaces is all the rage, and websites are not immune to the pattern. Minimalism is a theme for website design that you will see more of in the near future. It sounds easy, like all you have to do it take out the obvious clutter, but it may not be as easy as you think.  Before you simplify your website design, you have to have a clear idea of what you are trying to do online. If you are selling products, then helping your customer find … Continue reading

Three Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Mobile Responsive Websites

Three Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Mobile Responsive Websites

Posted on January 21, 2019

Roughly ninety percent of users in the United States and the UK rely heavily on their mobile devices for internet access, including videos, shopping, and other consumer activities. That alone should be enough reason for your next website to be a mobile-responsive one. However, there are far more reasons to ensure that your next website is responsive. Before you start your next website design, there are some things you should know about mobile responsiveness and why it is important. Mobile Response Prevents You From Needing Two Sites Before mobile responsive websites became a standard option, businesses wanting to cater to … Continue reading

Increase Your Page Loading Speed with These Website Development Tips

Increase Your Page Loading Speed with These Website Development Tips

Posted on September 27, 2016

If you employ brilliant writers for your blog posts, use the best copywriters for your sales pages, have landing pages optimized for conversion, have a mobile friendly website, and employ a talented marketing team, then they are poorly utilized if your website has slow page loading speeds. The reason is that much of the traffic driven to your website by your capable marketing team, will not have the patience to wait for the pages to load. Users of the Internet today want to do more with their limited time, and waiting seven to ten seconds for pages to load on a slow website … Continue reading

Website Development Tip: Eliminating Unnecessary Features Can Improve Security

Website Development Tip: Eliminating Unnecessary Features Can Improve Security

Posted on September 20, 2016

Cyber security is a critical challenge businesses struggle with when building their websites. Website security flaws can wind up exposing businesses and their customers to criminal activities. Sometimes, these unauthorized activities don’t involve any obvious theft or exposure of sensitive information. A recent article from Tech Crunch points out how some hackers exploit weaknesses in website code and use spam comments to underhandedly improve their own sites’ SEO. They quietly introduce bits of code to your site that might weaken your search engine rankings but improve theirs. Unfortunately, there isn’t any one way of completely preventing these devious activities. However, … Continue reading

Website Development: Performance vs. Design

Website Development: Performance vs. Design

Posted on May 25, 2016

There are certain trade-offs associated with website development that businesses have to confront. If you optimize your site for desktop computers, for example, then your site won’t function as well on mobile devices. One of the most important decisions is whether you want to prioritize your site’s functionality or design. Some businesses may care more about their brand’s aesthetic as opposed to their site’s performance. Unless you’re in a very visual industry, however, we recommend prioritizing your site’s functionality. The reason for this stems from how consumers browse sites. A recent Business 2 Community article explains the impatience that most consumers have in regard to company … Continue reading

3 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Website Development

3 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Website Development

Posted on March 14, 2016

Building a successful business today requires not only a good grasp of current business strategies but also, just as importantly, a great online presence. And while marketing a business online today entails multiple different areas such as SEO, paid advertisements, email marketing, and social media, just to name a few, it all starts with a smart, well-designed website. Whether you’re getting ready to launch your company’s first website or you’re considering developing a new and improved website for your business, here are 3 things every business owner should know about Website Development: 1. It will be one of your most … Continue reading

Embrace Minimalism for the Best User Experience

Embrace Minimalism for the Best User Experience

Posted on November 16, 2015

Do you know what your website will look like in five years? If your answer is no or if you have no plans to change anything about your website in that time, you might want to reconsider. Things are changing rapidly in the world of UX, and if you want to stay relevant in your marketing, you will need to keep up. Many web designers feel that the Internet needs a major remodeling, and they are already working hard to envision and promote, largely through their own work, what the future will look like. One clear trend that has emerged … Continue reading

Website Design and the User Experience: 3 Additions to Encourage Customer Interaction

Website Design and the User Experience: 3 Additions to Encourage Customer Interaction

Posted on November 9, 2015

As the owner of a business, you already know that maintaining a professionally designed website is necessary to remain competitive. Drawing visitors to your website is important, but once they are there, then what? Because your competition may be only the click of a mouse away, keeping potential customers on your website long enough to see what your business has to offer and acquire a level of comfort is crucial to that customer completing a transaction. In order to improve the user experience and keep visitors on your page, consider incorporating the following ideas into your website design. Ask for feedback – … Continue reading