Great Website design
Is Based On The Collaboration Of
Designer - Client - Content
If you don’t engage your users, the rest of your design is of little value!
Creative Design Elements
Design elements help guide the user and enhance the visual appeal.
Color sets the mood, attracts the eye. and indicates the importance.
And the rest of the story
How does a search engine and user find you? By the content on your page for the most part.
Keep it focused!
With over 54% of all users now being on mobile devices, you better look as good on the smaller mobile screens too.
Branding is the best way to connect you, your website, and content at the same time. Be consistent, all of the time.
Strategy & Planning
Taking your ideas, style, and content, then converting them into words, illustrations,
and photos can be challenging. It doesn’t take a village to raise a website but it does
take some input from several sources.
Simple is Good
The Kiss Philosophy is popular for good reason. Make it as easy as you can for users to find what they want.
Not Too Many Choices
The more choices you have makes any decision more difficult. Too many options are not a good thing.
Benefits vs Features
Benefits demonstrate what you can
do for your user in terms they understand. Features do not.
The Need For Speed
Users don’t like to wait. So it’s a good idea to ensure you have a streamlined website that loads quickly.
Plan Now Or Pay Later
The time you take planning can save you time and money on the back end making changes or corrections.
Good communication is necessary to keep everyone on the same page. Literally, no pun intended.
OK, How Do
Check Out Our FAQ
& Planning Guide
Our FAQ (frequently asked questions) can answer many general questions about website design and our methodologies. We use WordPress as our primary platform since it’s easy for the clients to update and input articles if they choose. It’s the most popular custom web design platform for good reason, for both the designer and the client. We have been doing custom web development for small businesses for over 15 years.
Our Website Design Planning Guide also can provide some good information and a great checklist too. It has some good requirements of small business website design and helps you define your goals for your website. And if you currently have a website that you want to upgrade, update, and or do a redesign there’s information about that too.
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