So, how usable is your business website? Many business websites fail to meet common user expectations, which means your business website is no longer supporting your business objectives. To help you do better here is a simple website usability checklist you should run on your website to help you determine and fix any shortcomings.
Hiring a web designer is one of the most important things you need to do in order to get an effective and engaging online presence. But most businesses don’t give a lot of thought to hiring a web designer, which means their web design or website redesign project may not provide the required or expected results. Here is how you can do better!
Are you sure your business website actually meets your short and long-term business objectives? Or is it working against you and your business interests? The main purpose of your business website is to showcase your services or business, and to sell your products. Here are 14 warning signs that your website may no longer be effective for either purpose.
So you have a website. Great, but does it actually meet your user expectations? If you want a user-friendly website that will support your short and long-term business objectives you need to focus on usability and user experience. Let me show you why that is important, and how you can use that to your online advantage.
Is your website supporting your business objectives? In today’s fiercely competitive world, businesses often overlook the significance of professional web design. Instead, they rely on free or low-cost services or DIY website builders. Unfortunately, cheap web design leads to website failure. Here are the ten most common website failures and what you can do to fix them.