If you have a website, chances are very good that more and more of your visitors are viewing your site from a mobile device, and are expecting a user experience (UX) that reflects a mobile-first mindset. Among internet users, 93% are at least occasionally viewing websites on mobile devices, and 42% of B2B decision-makers are using a mobile device during the purchasing process.
Here’s what your website needs to give your mobile audience an excellent user experience.
At Web Solutions, every new site we build is optimized for mobile, and we've updated many of our older sites to make them mobile-friendly. We’ve also written several blog posts about how important mobile optimization is for modern websites, but there's still a lot of confusion out there about what it means to have a mobile website, how they're built, and what technology and design approach they use. Here are some key mobile-related terms, and what they mean for you.
A logo is an extension of your brand, and should be a unique and powerful mark to identify your company. If your logo isn't doing its job, it might be time for a change that will improve your image, engage customers, and drive business.
If you’ve ever visited a website and seen a strangely familiar face, you’re not alone. Many websites use stock photos, because they’re easy and relatively cheap (or even free). But they’re also impersonal, overused, and don’t represent your brand.
A website redesign can be a game-changer for your business, but it can also take significant resources in time and money, so it’s not a decision to be made lightly. The average lifespan of a well-designed website is 3 to 7 years, but time alone shouldn’t be the main reason for a redesign. That decision should depend less on trends and more on whether your audience is effectively engaging with your site. Here are some good reasons to consider a website redesign and how to determine if they apply to you.
In today’s marketing world, web is the most effective solution for efficiently getting a message out to the masses. But still, nothing quite measures up to the tangible and personal experience of holding and reading a well-executed printed work.
Web design is a fast-moving field, and this year's new design trends, best-practices and technology advances will create an online landscape so visually modern that even the least savvy visitor will stand up and take notice. Here's what you'll see if you decide to give your site a fresh look for 2016.