A coming soon page is so much more than just a practical placeholder for your website. When implemented mindfully effectively, it can serve as a launch pad for the entire online presence of your business. By utilizing some of these practices, your business can take off with enough momentum to escape the internet’s gravitational pull.
How a website looks depends entirely on the individual or company doing its web design. However, having a website isn’t just all about making a website pretty. It can also impact a website’s SEO. Furthermore, web design and digital branding also plays a crucial role in giving a website’s visitors the best possible customer experience. […]
If you haven’t already heard about Sitejet, it’s a new CMS, and it’s generating a lot of buzz among web designers. Sitejet is just like many other CMSs around, except for a few distinct differences a better dashboard, a client feedback system, and better project management capabilities. This post addresses the newbie that is Sitejet […]
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then consider a video worth a thousand bucks to your website, more specifically… an intro video! There’s no better way to establish yourself for all prospective website visitors than a video describing what your brand is and why it relates to them. With more people using their mobile […]
Web tables are antiquated technology. If you don’t know this, welcome to the club that everyone else joined in 2010. Tables as a layout tool are a hack, a corruption of HTML used to create layouts that the code hadn’t thought of yet. When tables were added in HTML in 1996, this was in the […]
What, did you think JPEG would live forever? It was introduced in 1992, more than twenty-five years ago! The modern generation of web developers uses WebP for images, not the archeological specimen that is JPEG. Here’s a quick introduction to WebP, SVG, and why they’re better. TL;DR: they’re way smaller, producing faster, and more responsive […]
The WebP image format is a new image encoding format that’s especially appealing to web developers. It can encode a high density of information within a given file size, allowing higher quality images at lower file sizes. Considering that images make up about 60-percent of the web, lower image file sizes mean faster loading pages, […]
If you’ve got these things in your website, you better remove them before 2019. Here’s our “favorite” outdated or regrettable content choices. Mouseover Navigation Menus The most obvious problems with mouseover navigation menus is that not every visitor has a mouse. How does a mobile user “mouseover” something? Obviously, they don’t. This leads to slapped […]
Your website navigation is one of the most crucial parts of your overall design. Not only is it used to help visitors orientate themselves in your digital space, but it can also affect everything from your conversion rate to your bounce rate.
Once you’re past the stage of creating traffic and at least some sales or leads, the next thing you want to do is to make sure you are actually getting the most conversions you can out of your users. Even a small increase in conversion rate, from say 1% to 1.25% can mean a 25% […]