Tag: web design

Reduce Bounce Rates with Website Heatmaps

Oftentimes, business owners are puzzled by high bounce rates on their websites. Despite quality products and relevant information, their bounce rates are often very high—a large amount of visitors are leaving the site quickly after just arriving. This problem can be remedied with a heatmap tool. The tool is based on an algorithm that predicts […]

What is A/B Testing – Multivariate Testing for Websites

A/B testing—or multivariate testing—is an experiment that you can use to increase the productivity of your website. A/B testing shows visitors alternate versions of the same web page simultaneously and randomly, to help the website owner find out what elements of the page need to be fixed. Although A/B testing can be applied to any […]

Quick Web Design Tips To Remember

Web design has changed.  The novelty of going to the World Wide Web and exploring this new medium has worn off significantly.  No longer are users visiting a site and reading through lines and lines of text or watching humorous animated gifs online. Nielsen & Loranger’s extensive research uncovered four questions users ask when arriving at […]

Simple Home Page Design – Tips to Avoid and Best Practices

You’re home page is important for many reasons, as it’s linked to most frequently (for small business) and unless you’re coming in from a landing page or internal blog, it’s oftentimes is the first place prospective clients make the first impression of your company. Moreover, it’s an impression that is created in mere seconds while […]

Is Your Site Design Getting in the Way of Your SEO?

By Scott Orth If so, it’s time for a redesign!  Don’t whine about the cost of a redesign, the lost opportunities without effective SEO will cost you far more in the long run.  In today’s highly competitive Internet realm, it’s absolutely critical that your site is based on a search engine friendly structure; but what […]

New Design Trends Lend to Better Success Rates

By Wendy Epner Roe Too often in a prospective client conversation, at the moment when a redesign is discussed,  the client is thinking more about all of the information they would like to present instead of how they want to present it.  Giving too much user choice as to ‘where to go next’ is a […]