Web Design in 2020: User Experience

Web Design in 2020: User Experience

Just as in 2019 there are several areas of web design that aren't any different. User Experience is one of those areas and we want to make sure that we're on the same page. Read part one of this series first. Discussing web design in 2020 overall. Mobile responsiveness Making sure your site is mobile responsive is imperative. This simply means that your site will auto-fit whatever device you are using. When you design a new site most platforms and CMS will automatically make your site mobile responsive. Convertible calls to action Make sure that there is something for your customers to do when they are on your site. Play videos, read bios, but most importantly give them an opportunity to reach out to you and become a lead. Your website should be one of, if not your primary, lead generating device. Write for the user not just search engines A lot of new websites get too caught up in worrying about SEO and writing their...
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Web Design in 2020

Web Design in 2020

There are some very static principles when it comes to web design and we adhere to all of them. We did an entire series earlier this year regarding web design and not a whole lot has changed since then. So when we look ahead to strategies for web design in 2020 there are some nuances that come into play. ADA Compliance ADA compliance from an SEO perspective is becoming much more of an important component of web design. Since the search engines are going to start viewing ADA compliant guidelines as best practices you will need a partner who can stay in front of the changes and updates to these guidelines. Coming into ADA compliance can sometimes seem impossible and while yes, it is a lot of work, there are experts ready to speak with you about how to do it, and it isn’t as expensive as you may think. Some of the things we're seeing more of include plugins...
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