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7 Steps to a Successful Website Redesign

Your website is a critical marketing tool in the digital age, which is why you shouldn’t enter into a site redesign lightly. The decision to redesign your site needs to be made for the right reasons, and with the benefits it will ultimately bring to your business in mind.

It’s important to understand that a redesign isn’t primarily about an aesthetic change. The main changes you make should be directly related to user experience and reaching specific business goals. Simply put, it’s about getting site visitors to do what you want while they’re on your site.

author: Brittney Stephenson

How To Successfully Redesign Your Website

Design process is something that all designers follow even though it varies from one designer to the other. The process also depends on the type of a design project you are working with. The other side of the design process is from the business perspective, which should result in a functional creative brief. This is the crucial part in order to redesign your website successfully….

author: Haris Bacic

Understanding The Phase of Website Design

Design phase consists of all the activities that ensure that page elements, colors and graphics all work together to provide an enjoyable experience for the customers while projecting a professional image for the business.

Design of a Web project is the next most important and popular Web development phase. The focus of the design phase is to determine how the Website application will meet the objectives, to answer the question, “how it will do what it must do?” Design is all about communication. Web design is no different. The sale process starts from the very moment the visitor looks at the Website. First impressions are very important. If the site has weak design, users create a bad impression of the business or Website.

author: Manmeet Singh

The Power of WordPress Web Design for Small Business

Creating a website can be a complex and intimidating job for a small business owner. Especially when you have so many other things you could be doing. That is why most people choose to hire a pro to do the work. Fair enough. I would too, if I wanted the job done right. You would definitely get:

  • a well designed website
  • a fast load time
  • top security
  • reliable backup

And many more things you need, which take a long time to learn on your own. But once the site is ready. Delivered. Installed. And available on the web, what next?

author: Ashley