Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
It just takes 0.9 seconds for the users to form an opinion. So, make sure that the first few seconds when users land on the website provide them with a good experience.
Many people might think that web design and web development are synonyms of each other. That’s completely misleading. Web design is a subset of web development because the web developer has a lot more to do than just design and write code. Designers are those guys who are focused on the look and finish of a website; whereas web developers have a broader responsibility to make all the aspects(Back-end and Front-end) of the site perform in an error-free manner. These myths have been brought up because of similarness between front end development and web design.
According to the research reports, two-thirds of the users surf the web pages on their smartphones. So it is necessary to use things such as CSS Flexbox or other tags which changes page as per the screen ratio and doesn’t compromise with the quality. All users surely might not be having desktop and laptops, so proper communication with the smartphone audience with the chatbot feature might play a good role.
Appearance and credibility are inextricably linked. According to web credibility research from Stanford University, 75% of web users admit to making judgements about a company’s credibility based on their website design.
You should avoid website errors of all types, no matter how small they seem. Stanford University research found that broken links and typographical errors have a significantly more negative effect on users opinions of websites and businesses than people may first assume. Get proofing that website!
In 2015 Google announced that websites that were responsive and mobile-friendly would be favoured in search results. When falling out of the top 3 search results can result in a 90% drop in website visits, this is a fact that cannot be ignored. A detailed study by Moovweb has since found that 81% of the search results in the top 3 positions were mobile-friendly. Make sure your website design makes the mobile grade.
When it comes to websites, the adage ‘the older the better’ does not apply. Stanford research shows that internet users assigned higher credibility to websites which had been updated regularly and often. Businesses often make the mistake of investing every few years in a website refresh and then neglect the site. We recommend the new gold-standard approach of ‘growth-driven web design' to meet the exacting demands of today’s web user.
In today’s world people do not hang around. The same applies to your website. You will need to ensure that it is designed with the load speed in mind. Your website load speed can be affected by pictures, videos and coding practices. Adobe has found that 39% of website visitors (your potential customers!) will leave a website if images take too long to load.
According to a report from the Society of Digital Agencies (SoDA) 77% of digital agencies rated their client's websites user experience (UX) as a significant weakness for their client, making website design the most significant weakness identified.
That’s why, in our opinion, you should consider your website to be your number one branch. It should see more ‘footfall’ than any of your stores and it should demand more of your focus than any outlet your business operates in.
Creating a website nowadays is much less complicated than it was a decade ago. Free platforms such as WordPress and paid website building programs allow beginners to create beautiful websites in a relatively short period of time.
The average attention span has decreased from 12 to 8 seconds A goldfish, at 9 seconds, has a longer attention span than the average internet user. You must deliver the content to the audience in the shortest amount of time possible. Otherwise, you risk having a high bounce rate and the potential customer leaving to get what they need elsewhere.
Mobile devices make up two thirds of web usage
Advancements in mobile devices means surfing the web on the go is more common than the desktop environment. It’s a no-brainer to optimize your website for mobile use so that the UX is pleasant to use.
Lists are better than large paragraphs
Website experts know that a text-heavy page is great for SEO, but too much text is counter-productive for actual human readers. Huge chunks of text can look daunting to visitors. Instead, try using lists, bolding, and descriptive headers to make the text easier to skim.
7 out of 10 consumers find a company via the blog
A blog is a great way to attract new customers in an organic way. When designing your website, there is no excuse for not having a blog. If you release just one piece of content per week, you’ll have a comprehensive collection of content for new consumers to digest within a few months.
On a daily basis, 2.9 billion Google searches are executed
SEO must be one of the primary concerns when creating content. Do your keyword research to figure out what phrases people are searching for in your niche. With so many daily searches, the traffic potential is huge. At the same time, though, you shouldn’t sacrifice content quality in the pursuit of better SEO.
73% of visitors are heavily influenced by video YouTube has aided the explosion of online video, and some consumers opt for video over text where possible. So try to find a way to use video to help persuade the customer on the merits of your products or services.