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Posted on: 1/2/2019 by John Siebert
Are you a professional and a highly skilled individual? Whether you are working as a web developer or working as a real estate agent, today’s employment scene demands people to have their own personal website for branding. A personal website is one of the marketing tools skilled professionals use to market their services to potential clients. If you have a website yet still didn’t get referrals, inquiries, or job offers from it, there might be some mistakes in your personal website that drive customers away instead of booking your services. Here are some mistakes you might be doing that caused you some business and how you can fix them.  Read More
Posted on: 12/30/2018 by John Siebert
Pull up your credit union’s website. When you land on the homepage, do you see a rotating banner? Given today’s landscape of credit union website designs, I’d say there’s a 50-50 chance your website has a slider (aka rotating banner or carousel). Though sliders are incredibly prominent, they are remarkably bad for user experience. In this article, I’ll lay out the evidence against sliders and share some better alternatives.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Today’s consumers expect a fast, flawless and beautifully designed interface when they use a software product or browse a website. Slow page speeds, broken links, non-responsive page displays or simply poor design can turn users off from ever visiting your site again. That’s why it’s critical to make user experience and interface a top priority for your business’s development strategy.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
Before discussing the top most important factors to consider while designing a website, let us have a look at few of the interesting facts.  Read More
Posted on: 5/10/2018 by John Siebert
My big brother is a smart guy, and he recently got a new job that he’s super excited about. It’s a job in “UX design,” and he says it’s going to combine computer and design work in a way that will keep things really interesting for him. I’m thrilled that my big brother is getting a good job, and I’ve been nodding along when he mentions it, but I have to admit something: I have absolutely no idea what “UX” stands for, or what “UX design” actually is. I would ask him, but my brother has a bit of a reputation in the family for being bad at explaining things (if you ask him about an acronym, get ready to hear four more acronyms, which he will insist on explaining with more acronyms, and so on). So I’m asking you instead: what the heck is UX design?  Read More
Posted on: 2/26/2018 by John Siebert
It’s easy to make a bare-minimum website that contains the basics of your spa’s services and deals. However, if customers are not impressed with the website, nothing stops them from leaving and moving on to the next spa available.  Read More
Posted on: 2/18/2018 by John Siebert
Responsive web design ensures a site renders well on different devices and screens. Use responsive design tools to make sure your users have an optimal viewing experience. Here is a list of responsive design tools. There are tools to build responsive web page elements, and tools to test your design on a wide variety of actual devices and screen sizes. There are premium and free tools.  Read More
Posted on: 2/18/2018 by John Siebert
It is quite easy to just stick with the beauty aspect of the website but in order to make a good brand name with the website, it is important to focus on some essential factors of the site which does not always depend upon how the website looks. You can categorize such factors into brand awareness, brand image, lead generation and others. Let’s face the fact that there are billions of website in the competition. You need extraordinary efforts to top this game. The website design should be totally dependent upon more than a single factor. Firstly, It should be optimized for the usability. Secondly, the user can easily navigate through the website making them revisit it again and again.  Read More
Posted on: 2/12/2018 by John Siebert
A website for a dental office must include features that are both useful and engaging to visitors who are looking for a dentist. Ideally, the creator of this sort of website should provide all the pertinent data about the dentists and the practice in a visually appealing way. Consider ten features and elements necessary to build a great website for a dental practice.  Read More
Posted on: 1/31/2018 by John Siebert
Law firms trying to stand out from competitors know that having an effective website is essential for creating a good first impression on potential clients. Because web design is constantly evolving with both fresh ideas and concepts recycled from the past, it can often be hard to keep up with the latest trends in the online world. This year, web design is expected to be dominated by bold colors, illustrations, asymmetry and data-heavy content. While not all web design trends may be useful, understanding them can help lawyers decide what might be a good fit for their law firm.  Read More