More and more consumers are using smartphones, iPods and tablets to access the internet anytime, anywhere. How does your website look on these mobile devices? If your customers’ experience is filled with pinching and dragging to find a link, it’s time to make your website more accessible using a responsive design. Here are few things you need to know.
Providing customers with information about your products/services on your website is an effective way to influence their buying decision, but this can work against you if it’s not up-to-date. If your hands are tied and you can't make changes to your site, it’s time to consider a CMS to put you back in control.
Thinking about doing some on-line advertising? In addition to the graphics and message for your ad, you will also need to consider which file format to use. Here’s some basic information to help you decide which one to select for your next project.
If you think there shouldn’t be any scrolling on your website and all content should be above the fold, you may want to re-consider. You could be missing out on creating a better user experience and information resource for your customer.
Too many businesses take a “launch it and forget it” approach to their website which leads to out of date content, inaccessible pages and files. Not only can this create a bad experience for customers, it’s also bad for business. We outline a plan for improving and maintaining website quality that will help ensure your website works for visitors.