This week, we posted about some of the various issues that come across our screens in a days work. Bad images, bad navigation, and bad CTAs are just the tip of the iceberg. When a website redesign is coming, here are a few other articles to review before you sit down with a developer.
Top 5 Website Design Mistakes Killing Business Bottom Lines
Your website can have all the right words, but if they are hidden within clutter, confusion, and chaos no one will be able to engage with you.
“A website’s design often provides the first impression customers have of a company,” Joseph Putnam of Crazy Egg explained.
If a service listing is posted on the internet and no one finds it, does it help your customer?
4 Reasons Why You Must Kill Your Drop-down Menu (and what to do instead)
Sometimes the standard needs to be challenged. When redesigning a website, the navigation is not where your creativity comes out, but it is what makes sure your hard work is justified. Maybe you could benefit from rethinking your navigation
On Vacation? 5 Tips on How to Shoot Great Travel Photos
With the advances in phone camera technology, everyone can take good photos. However, there are a few easy tricks you can do to take your good photos into photos you want to share.
Believe it or not, even a couple of filters can turn your dark and dull photos to vibrant and appealing ones.
These tips work for both personal and business use!
Under the hood: How Chrome’s ad filtering works
Announced in February, Google Chrome will begin filtering ads that do not follow the Better Ads Standards whose goal is to create a better user experience. Ads that prevent a visitor from accessing content, being playing music with sound, or cover of most of the content are on the list of bad practices.
Although a few of the ad experiences that violate the Better Ads Standards are problems in the advertisement itself, the majority of problematic ad experiences are controlled by the site owner — such as high ad density or prestitial ads with countdown.