Starting a new website is daunting, and it can be tempting to outsource the necessary design work to a professional designer. A core part of any website is the visual branding. A great marketing scheme and message needs great design work to hold it all together.
User Experience (UX) is a practice in website design that focuses on the satisfaction of your site’s visitors.
You’ll find lots on the internet about User Experience these days. With so much information, it’s difficult to know what’s what.
Read our quick tips on UX Design for those of you who are learning about it for the first time and want to successfully introduce it onto your website.
Your new website is looking great and you’re getting ready for its big launch; the content is in place and your social media accounts set up. But have you paid real attention to the small things that could make the difference between selling your products and not?
Thinking of starting your own website? Not knowing the financial implications before getting going can be daunting, and if you’re a small business with a small budget, it’s reasonable to be cautious of the hidden costs that might accumulate as you start.
Not to fear! Don’t let your budget (or lack thereof) hold you back from starting your own website today. Here are some of the best ways to cut costs while still having a fantastic, professional website.