Both before and after launch, our clients often want to change the images that are on their website. Before you submit the support ticket with your request, make sure that the images are appropriate for your website by asking yourself these questions:
When it comes to your website, first impressions are everything. Sure, there’s the age-old expression “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” – but it’s difficult to get someone’s attention without catching their eye first! As soon as customers land on your website, their brains will automatically start to associate your site with specific emotions based on its use of colors.
The same concept can be used in web design. Of course, there is no literal “fold” – just an area of the website that a customer sees first. When assessing the “fold” on the homepage of your website, keep in mind that the viewing area will differ based on screen size (ex. a computer, tablet, or mobile phone).
To decide what to include “above the fold” on your website’s homepage, remember – don’t overcrowd, and make sure to include these 6 things:
A responsive website is a site that adapts its layout to be appropriate for the device on which it is being viewed. When a responsive website is viewed on a smartphone, desktop computer screen or tablet, the experience needs will be consistent and well thought out.
So why should you have a responsive website design for your business or organization? Here are the top 5 reasons from the Links Web Design – Online Marketing Heroes:
Let’s be honest. There’s no magic formula for the “perfect” website. There are however, measures you can take to greatly increase its chances of success.