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Upgrade Your Website Redesigning Efforts With This

Upgrade Your Website Redesigning Efforts With This

  Website redesigning can be a scary thought for all the teams in your company, from IT and design to sales and even marketing, everyone has to be on their toes in regards to their responsibilities when expecting a complete overhaul when your website’s design is concerned. Since everyone contributes, you won’t find any missing element to work on towards the final launch, but surprise surprise! There is. Most companies often forget to include this one component during a website redesign and most times, they’ve realized it after they’re finalized with their product, leaving them no gap to work or tailor the website further. Even though this vital component isn’t a product of design or of shifting pixels from one edge to another and neither is it a major change that can potentially cost you immense shortcomings, it’s sort of an important one to consider when redesigning your website in 2016. Why Analytics? Analytics are often paused until the website is fancy, shiny and completely finished. And I understand why one would not consider keeping the analytics on during redesigning, instead, keep the old website layout on or in maintenance mode right until the new website layout is patched on. But having analytics on during a complete website redesign can prove to be extremely beneficial as your page viewers can unintentionally direct you to certain navigation errors, and other user experience issues that you would have had to amend later on when the entire website is polished and updated. Wouldn’t it be more efficient if some of your users could do the live testing of your website during the...
The Top 5 Elements To Include In Your Website Footer

The Top 5 Elements To Include In Your Website Footer

It’s a given that your footer is one of the most winning and significant locations on your website and while designing your website’s footer should be as important as designing the header, website footers are often neglected in terms of design on the front-page. Most of the times the footer design for websites are brimming with disclaimers, copyright It’s a given that your footer is one of the most winning and significant locations on your website and while designing your website’s footer should be as important as designing the header, website footers are often neglected in terms of design on the front-page. Most of the times the footer design for websites are brimming with disclaimers, copyright information, and other important informative links. Businesses need to look at website footers differently because users inevitably scroll down to the footer to look up for more information and ways to contact or get in touch with the business. You need to experiment with the footer content of your website to add more functionality, good construction and a creative design template that has the ability to convince visitors to pay attention to your website and serve its purpose. It is important to be mindful while creating your web footer design because many users will scroll to the bottom of the page when trying to obtain contact details and location of your business. You can still prioritize your contact details as well as add more footer content like social media links, special offers, featured products, trending blog posts, etc. to demonstrate different aspects of your business apart from the ordinary layout. Designing a great...
The Brainchild That Is Hidden Menus in Website Design

The Brainchild That Is Hidden Menus in Website Design

Hidden menus were subjected to oodles of negative and resistive remarks, but now not only is it adopted by many websites, it is one of the most exciting web design trends to look out for in 2016. The stature of a navicon in web design is worth looking into and websites adopting this trend and this sort of an experience to their design has forced us to absolutely love what the brainchild of hidden menus has to offer to web designers and developers: creative freedom. Hidden menus have redefined the space of menu listings that were once not taken into creative consideration before. The simple and monotonous menu design has become yet another challenging element for web designers to brainstorm and think deep about when creating menus that look compelling, exciting and visually zealous. We’re very much excited and steamed up to see (and experience) how creative web designers engineer the standard hamburger icon, paving the way to visually confident hidden menus, and change the way users browse and construe user experience in 2016. Below, you’ll discover 6 websites that have made use of the brainchild that is hidden menus in website design and how well it works for who they are and what they represent in the internet space. Demodern Demodern is one of the leading digital agencies in Germany. Since 2008 they have been designing and developing digital communication from websites to mobile concepts and wearable apps to event and store installation. Intelart Intelart is a team of well-organized front-end developers who love what they do. They’re the harmonious team of developers and designers you need for...
Live Chat Support to Discover Flexibility for Your Business

Live Chat Support to Discover Flexibility for Your Business

The beginning of any website page design is primarily focused on navigation, color, text, CTAs, and to-the-point information provided about the business. How can you bring in more flexibility between you and your visitors after they’ve discovered your website and what it offers? How can you broaden the communication funnel beyond content and visual elements, making it more personal and customer-centric? You can accomplish all that by the installing a simple live chat feature. Live chat comes in handy, and is deemed extremely crucial for ecommerce websites where customers have more queries regarding the product that they’re contemplating to purchase. Visitors often pose questions, request for more details on any given product or go over for more details about the brand. The trouble that was once seen in online shopping of customers being disconnected from someone who can answer their questions in real time is defeated. Through the feature of live chat support, on behalf of the brand itself, visitors can now navigate, effortlessly, throughout the website to ultimately make a sale. This is emerging as the most basic form of one-on-one communication between a new visitor on-site and the brand. Is it possible to recreate that basic form, so that it can benefit businesses scaling from different genres and standards, other than ecommerce? Yes, it is. With growing technology, knowledge and easy accessibility of information online, people know more about your business services and may have more profound, deep and accurately challenging questions to exhaust. Needless to say, you would want your visitors to post their questions about your business on your website rather than some other business-related...
Introduction to A/B Testing

Introduction to A/B Testing

While A/B Testing isn’t in the spotlight, yet, it has proven to become one of the most effective tools to change the face of design & goal conversions. People aren’t aware of it as much as they should be and the reason behind it is simply unknown. A/B testing can provide insights to your online visitor behavior, goal conversions and bounce rate. The best question you should ask is not the definition of A/B testing, it is how can you manipulate it to your profit? Nevertheless, I’ll provide a quick introduction to what A/B testing really is. It is what it exactly sounds like: you present two versions of a certain element on your webpage (A and B) that leads to the completion of your goal, these versions (A and B) are actively distributed among your online visitors, simultaneously, and in the end with the proper statistics (percentage of increase or decrease in your goal conversions) you decide which version is the winner (A or B?). Yes, it’s that simple. To determine which version (A and B) works better for your online website, you install both versions to experimentation, simultaneously, and you know which one works the best, after a period of time. You can measure the success of each version with metrics that matter most for your website. They can be downloads, purchases, sign-up forms, bounce rates, sales, etc. The kind of A/B testing you perform on your website depends wholly on the kind of goals you’ve allotted. Other than this, there exists no metric or testing strategy that you an set to better benefit from this tool....
The Art of Minimalism in Designing

The Art of Minimalism in Designing

The immediate circle of minimalist web design, the concept and purpose of it expresses simplicity and style like never before. The introduction of minimalism in web designs has been swaying around for some time, and now it has emerged as contrastive to a more defined design form for web designers since people prefer less cluttered websites than overly crowded websites which hinders user experience and causes distractive confusion for the user. Minimalism can be described as the gravitation of replacing every ‘should’ element on a website with a ‘must’ element. Minimalism is primarily concerned with denuding away all that’s unnecessary on your website and bringing forth a simple, yet creative layout of images, content, call-to-action buttons, advertisements, etc. which is only needed, so, your visitors are more likely to interact with you based on the sole purpose of your website and not feel bombarded with many options that are not likely to help communicate your brand image. This is considered the best practice for web designers who want to create a cutting-edge and neoteric website layout for their clients or themselves. Having too many elements on a webpage leads to less control of choice and navigation for the users and this causes confusion, which ultimately leads to more bounce rates and a bad first impression. The more control you offer to your users, they’ll like you more and want more out of your website. This would be the time when you consider less as more and more as detrimental. I have stumbled upon a few websites that have rocked the anti-minimalist factor as well: each element on their webpage...