Understanding Visitor Content Flow in Web Design
Posted on Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 at 2:46 pm
“Visitor content flow” might sound like a technical term, but it really isn’t. For those of us in the web design business, it’s just a way of thinking about how someone who arrives on your site might move from one page or idea to the next.
This ties into usability, and is something that influences you (both as a business owner or marketer and someone who uses the internet) on a daily basis. You might not think about it in terms of content flow, but you’ve undoubtedly noticed that some websites are well-organized and easy to navigate while others are jumbled and frustrating. Read more…
Who Will be Using Your Website?
Posted on Thursday, January 25th, 2018 at 1:52 pm
When potential clients come to see us about web design, they usually have a lot of ideas about what they want their new site to look like, and what sort of role it will fill in the business. They will invariably begin by explaining that they want more incoming leads, or to generate additional revenue. Read more…
Is Your Business Website Too Slow?
Posted on Thursday, January 4th, 2018 at 12:52 pm
Most of the business owners and marketing executives we meet with for the first time are concerned about the look of their website, how many leads it is or isn’t generating, or where it ranks on Google’s search listings. What most never really consider is the speed of their website, even though that affects all of these other results in an indirect way. Read more…
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