I had a client in real estate come to me once about re-hauling his website and all collateral to attract more potential buyers when his units were 75% sold.
Once upon a time, I did some work for my mother because I was going to do “a beautiful job” (her words). She thought I had a beautiful style and an eye for great design and liked to tell everyone how good I was. Unfortunately, my mother suffers from the belief that an age-old design myth is true. Here it is, debunked.
There are two types of free themes: the ones in the free Wordpress theme repository, which are perfectly safe to use; and the ones that have been cracked from premium paid themes and are offered illegally.
You want a website redesign, and that usually means updating the look of your website so it can reflect a new colour scheme or a logo update that’s been newly implemented. This is all fine and dandy, but it can lead to a series of redesign mistakes that will cost you users if they are not remedied.
In web design, a call-to-action usually comes in the form of a button, a banner, or another type of graphic or text that prompts a user to do something in order to enter a conversion funnel (the journey a consumer takes to navigate an internet ad, a search engine, or an e-commerce website in order to convert this journey to a sale). These call-to-actions actively aim to convert a visitor into a lead and then, definitely, into a customer/consumer. All the clicks generated by those call-to-actions are then compiled to measure the success of its click-through rate (CTR). S