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Making sure that you portray the most accurate and professional image to potential customers while also making your website easy to navigate can be a challenge. However, popular web design trends are making this easier than ever before. This infographic from Bowen Media breaks down the top five web design trends for this year and why they are important to users.
If you are thinking about redoing your website in 2015, learn about flat web design, one page sites, scrolling and mobile friendly.
Learn which parts of your website impact users the most in this infographic from Red Website Design.
Infographic - One of the many reasons to redesign a poor website is page load time. Visitors just leave if it's slow.
What happens when Apple, IBM, Volkswagen, Citrix, and Deloitte all get a website makeover? Read this post to find out.
Home page design inspiration from big brands.
Visuals can help you achieve visitor conversions. Thus, keep the power of imagery in mind when working on your next blog post or other web design project.
Different ways to use visuals in web design to persuade - to inform, deliver information, provide context, tell a story, add emotion, trigger actions, offer experiences, show you care, showcase your trustworthiness.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to persuade someone while talking to them? Some say you have to talk fast and use hand gestures, while others believe that you should use powerful words and even s
Good discussion about design aspects of website pages, such as use of white space, visual hierarchy, etc.
Need better traffic & conversion? This post gives you 7 easy design tweaks that can send your conversion rates through the roof.
Learn about how call to action buttons, white space, colors, directional queues and more can boost your website conversions.
- Factor in user habits as you design your website. Align yourself with habits of existing users. For example, give away things, but bill for continued use. Use the big bold buttons like social media sites for your website calls to action. Recognize that the habits of users create a switching cost, the reninforce those habits.
- Make it easy for the user to take action.
- Vary the reward.
Quote: "If you’re thinking of getting into an established market, think about how you’re going to break existing habits. A few new features probably isn't enough. If breaking established habits seems too difficult, you may decide to pick an entirely new niche and try to get users forming a habit around your offering before other early movers show up."
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Learn how web design can affect your brain when you see these:
- Social media shares
- Social media widgets
- Trust seals
- Numbers of Happy Customers
- Most Popular Best Seller
- Studies and Stats
- As Seen in Press Mentions
- Plans and Pricing Pages
- Limited Supply
- Early Bird Registration, Countdown Clocks
- Trial periods, free samples
- Colors and action
It's fascinating. Click for details and examples.
"Remember, 100% of your target audience has brains. B2B or B2C, lead generation, or ecommerce, it doesn’t matter. Keep those brains in mind in your marketing. And as consumers, we should be aware of how marketers are taking advantage of our own biases."
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Let design principles backed by solid data increase your conversion rates. Check our 5 simple tricks to optimize your conversions.
Great design tips for more sales, friends.
Many screenshots with how-to examples.
While it's often in the eye of the beholder,...
"A combination of the following five items predicted 94% of visual appeal ratings for the 100 website homepages:
"She found the following two pairs did not predict the visual appeal as well.
Interesting discussion of what makes a website attractive, based on research. Often, it depends...
Presentation for Wordcamp Seattle 2013. A checklist of what website owners need to consider when working with web designers, from choosing the right designer to
Practical advice on making the relationship with your designer/developer for productive and efficient.
The "about me"-page is one of the most overlooked pages in development and one of the highest ranked pages on many websites.
Find design recommendations and many examples.