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4 Tips for Finding New Clients For Your Web Design Business

November 17, 2015 5:21 pm Published by

It’s not easy to find new clients when you’re in the web design and programming business. It’s just not enough to have an awesome looking site floating around in cyberspace to attract newcomers. But there are a few things you can do to garner some attention from new customers, regardless if you’re new to the industry or have been in business for a long time.

6 Web Definitions You Should Know

August 19, 2015 5:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Listening to your mechanic telling you what’s wrong with your car can sound like you’re listening to a foreign language being spoken if you’re not familiar with the terminology of mechanics. By the same token, many terms and phrases in the world of web design can be just as confusing. Here are 6 terms within the realm of web design that you should know.

6 Steps to Help You Redesign Your Website

June 23, 2015 2:22 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Having a company website is absolutely paramount. People want to have access to information about goods and services through the internet, which makes having a user-friendly site imperative. But if it’s been a while since you’ve designed your site, or you’re noticing that your conversions aren’t as high as you’d like them to be, perhaps it’s time to revamp it. Here are 6 steps to help you do just that.

5 Ways to Create a Landing Page That Converts

May 27, 2015 9:02 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Your landing page is an important part of your business. It’s what allows you to grab your visitors’ information through a lead form, and help you convert a higher portion of your site’s visitors into leads. But not all landing pages are created equal. After all the work that you’ve put into your website and driving visitors to it, don’t stop short of creating a killer landing page. And here are some ways to do just that.

Don’t Make These 5 Image Mistakes on Your Website!

April 29, 2015 6:37 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Including images on your website is a no-brainer. We are visual beings, and need to look at something visually appealing to peak our interests. But when it comes to websites, sometimes certain images can actually hamper the site. Here are 5 mistakes you should never make when it comes to your website’s images.

How Graphic Design Plays a Key Role in Your Marketing Efforts

February 24, 2015 11:27 am Published by Leave your thoughts

You’ve most likely already heard the popular expression, “you only have one chance to make a first impression.” When it comes to your business and your online presence, the design of your website is essentially the first impression that potential customers have of your brand. It’s absolutely imperative that the graphic design of your site be very attractive, inviting, and easy to navigate. Since your online presence is often the first way that clients start a business relationship with you, it’s important to capitalize on this opportunity and make your clients feel like you are a true expert in your field.

5 Ideas to Help Simplify and Streamline Your Web Design

February 18, 2015 9:53 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In today’s age, simplicity is key when it comes to web design. Not only does it look much more modern, it also makes navigation much easier and less confusing, which is important to reduce your site’s bounce rate. But sometimes it can actually be a challenge to make your website design simpler without taking away too much from its features. Here are 5 ways to help you successfully simply your website’s design.

Using the ‘Cone Principle’ to Structure Your Home Page

February 11, 2015 9:40 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Making a good impression is critical when it comes to your website’s homepage. After all, you’ve worked hard to get your visitors there. Now you want them to stick around for as long as possible. The structure of the home page can have a huge impact on keeping your visitors on your site. How your web content is presented is essentially what the structure is all about. Imagine seeing a book at a store. Is the cover enticing? Does it make you want to pick up the book and start reading? How about the title? Does it reel you in?