When designing a website, it can be easy for someone to confuse the concept of exciting designs, with practical ones. People tend to think that if visitors find your website interesting, it will automatically result in conversions and higher brand recognition. In reality this couldn’t be further from the truth.
In an ideal world, search engine optimisation shouldn’t be something that gets done as an afterthought. If you’re really intending to succeed at online marketing, then search engine optimisation is something you need to take into account from the very moment you start planning on building a website.
Navigation structure is a well-known ranking factor. Web crawlers can penalise your pages for long loading times or unintuitive link structures.
Human visitors can be even more particular than that. To keep your conversion funnel tight and reduce your abandonment rate, consider the following tips when designing your website.
We’ve been saying that site speed is important for optimisation for some time already. In fact, about a year ago, we wrote an article on this very topic. But now it turns out that not only is website speed important for optimisation, but it’s even more important for conversions too.
No matter how many visitors come to your website thanks to search engine results, or your online marketing efforts, it won’t help your business if your site doesn’t deliver on the promise it made to get them to visit in the first place.
As you may have noticed, Google launched their new feature, Instant Preview, two days ago, and already the web is abuzz with discussion of what it means for businesses in general, and web design in particular. So, in the true spirit of the internet, here’s our take on what you’ll need to keep in mind about designing for Google Instant Preview.
It’s a well known fact that internet users, on average, spend less than a single minute on any given page unless there is a compelling reason for them to stay. This means that, when you’re planning your website design, you have to design with ease, and speed, of use in mind.
When it comes to hiring somebody to design a website for your business, you’re usually paying attention to the goals you’d like your website to achieve. In other words, bringing you business, and converting visitors into leads. But there are other important factors that have to be kept in mind as well, and a professional website design company should help keep you moving in the right direction.
As we’ve pointed out before, no matter what keywords you target, there are likely to be thousands, if not millions, of websites that are competing for the same keywords and that important first page Google ranking.
A good SEO strategy will improve your chances, but the best strategy can’t help you if your sites web design makes it difficult for search engines to crawl your content. With that in mind, here’s a list of common design flaws that might affect your sites ranking.
If you’re planning on a new logo design, there are a variety of different routes you can take. Unless you’re an experienced graphic designer, it’s probably a good idea to approach one of the many graphic design, or web design, firms that are available.
Some of the most frequently discussed aspects of a website revolve around webdesigns. It’s generally accepted that the design of your site plays a major role in attracting visitors. This is not strictly true in certain senses…
One of the most important factors in a successful online presence depends on your sites web design.
Good web design serves a vital function for your business. It ensures that the design, or the look and feel, of your site works in favour of the goals of your online presence.
There was a time when Net Age did indeed use Flash. Chances are most people and businesses have gone through this stage in the development of their web design.
The foundation of website design is based on the 3 all-important principles of attraction, usability and accessibility.
Net Age websites can include the features and components listed here.