Mobile version First of all, the mobile design must be taken into account. Look at yourself as many times as you browse the mobile and how many with the laptop or tower, surely you connect much more with the first than with the second, and if not also look at… Read more“WEB DESIGN PREFERENCES”
You’ve designed, built and publicized your organization’s website. Now you have to convert that hard work into sales.
Successful web design is all about visitor engagement. For many years the look and visual appeal of a website has mattered most, but layouts that mimic popular discussion forums may be the next big thing in web design.
We live in an age of scroll culture. Just take a moment to think about how you move through any of your social channel feeds. Or how you’re about to zoom through this article (thought we wouldn’t notice, didn’t you?). With Internet users browsing speedily through content, how can you… Read more“Web Design in the Age of Skim Reading”
Anatomy of a website may soon become a self-sufficient discipline. You don’t need to be a designer or developer to start a web platform, neither need you to hire one. Maybe you’ll just need to Google a couple of basic terms to make sure you are doing everything right.
Everyone here knows the importance of good web design. But with attention spans seemingly falling by the minute and competition ever on the rise, it’s never been more vital that users are kept interested and engaged.
These days, there’s little in the digital world that isn’t constantly changing and developing. Your website should be no exception. If you want to keep your audience engaged and your content desirable, you’ll have to stay on top of your game and make sure you’re in-the-know about the latest web… Read more“How to Update Your Website: Tips and Best Practices”
Every designer is in an endeavor to outbid everything conventional when it comes to web design. In order to attract and engage, sometimes designers ditch best web design practices and resort to something called web design brutalism.
Are you a business owner or a digital marketer with a dilemma: to invest in pay-per-click search engine campaigns or to go for social media advertising? To advertise on Facebook or not? To create a long-term blogging plan or to go for ad hoc video production?
As ecommerce businesses evolve with new technology, redesigning their websites is a common occurrence. It’s important to recognize the difference between an aesthetic lift and a necessary update to the site’s backend platform and design to best support your client and to help drive consistent revenue.