Do you have big plans for the first holiday of the season? Promote your specials with graphics from our Halloween image giveaway.
The best marketing tool you can have is a solid ecommerce web design. Without a professional aesthetic, your business faces an uphill battle in gaining customer trust, and more importantly, customer purchases. Check out these resources to ensure that your ecommerce design is up to par, all without needing a degree in the visual arts.
As customers become more sophisticated in their browsing habits and rely on an ever-growing diversity of screen sizes and resolutions, digital storefronts must cater to consumers with content that their devices can easily digest. For most sites, that means appealing Continue reading…
Your content is not the only aspect of your site that speaks. Learn three ways that your web design starts a nonverbal conversation with your visitors, from branding to layout and persuasive navigation.
Your logo is the most prolific, memorable aspect of your brand. With a lot to say and only a few pixels to say it, make sure your logo design reflects the following gold standards.
Learn by example as one of our web designers reviews 5 ecommerce websites that were able to bring the visual branding of their site to the next level.
Are your customers gearing up for the return of the school year? Promote your back to school sales specials with complementary images from Volusion.
Images, showcases and buttons are all important elements for your website design, but they are all secondary considerations. See your vision come to life from begging to end by starting with a customized site layout. We’ll show you how.
Are you dissatisfied with your current website design, but can’t quite put your finger on why? A few simple questions can clarify your tastes, identify your brand voice and give you direction.
Poorly constructed or default 404 pages create a high risk that those visitors will back out to explore a competitor’s site. Learn how custom 404 pages can keep your visitors engaged and guide them to the their appropriate destination.
How do online businesses learn from their accomplishments and push themselves towards higher sales goals? Alissa White reveals how her a simple web design project did just that for Matcha Source.