Just a few years ago UX experts cautioned against website layouts or designs that made visitor scroll. There was this concept of “Above the Fold” which is a hold over from newsprint days. In this post we’ll explore what’s real and not in an era where your audience interacts on the small(er) and big screen (desktop).
Soon WordPress is going to go through some pretty big changes. With WordPress Gutenberg’s arrival imminent what do you need to do to make sure you’re ready.
So much of SEO and SEM is focused on getting people to your website, but what happens when they get there? To have any chance of converting a website visitor to a customer you need to make sure your site is focused on helping them make that transition. So let’s discuss how to optimize the post-click experience for your future customers.
We talk a lot about managing WordPress websites, especially about security updates it in order to keep the bad guys out. Regular maintenance also keeps a website healthy. Here are some of our top WordPress plugins, ones we recommend to make maintenance easier and more efficient:
Keeping your juice SEO while moving your WordPress site from one place to another can be tricky. There are some key things you need to do before moving site
Finding the right Website Designer and Developer for your business requires knowing what questions to ask and the success factors you’ll use to judge the finished product. To help CEOs and marketing managers effectively interview web designers and developers, we’ve created a list of 7 questions to the help you find the right consultant when updating or completely redesigning a company’s website.
All too often we see our clients spend hard-earned money on PPC campaigns but are unhappy with the results. Or worse, they’re happy with the click-through rate but don’t realize they are spending too much on mediocre results. Why? Because they aren’t thinking like a visitor and it shows in their landing page design.
What is User Experience? Sometimes referred to as UX, User Experience relates to how a person feels about using a product, service or system (like a website or social media platform). Website Designers know they need to pay attention to the valuable (and variable) aspects of human-computer interaction because it’s the difference between keeping your visitors on a landing page… or not. Subjective in nature, user experience depends heavily upon your target audience. It’s also a dynamic process that changes over time.
Page Not Found An often forgotten part of website design is your 404 page. A well-run business always has a plan b. Just like having a contingency plan for if your office has a power cut, you should have a plan for if a user visits part of your website that doesn’t exist anymore. Customizing […]
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an internet standard security technology for creating an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser. Once created this link makes sure that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. If you’re taking online transactions, you need to have SSL running on your site.