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
If you have a following of some size, then you do have power. And it’s great to hold that power, to be able to interact with people and share what you’re up to.
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.
From Microsoft’s Metro user interface to Apple’s move to minimalist design, flat design is everywhere: from web design to logo design, all the way to print design, too. But why is it so prevalent today? Let’s take a look.
We understand people on the other side (of the ocean, of the window, of the divide) but they aren’t us.
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Most creative industries accept that image galleries are hugely beneficial in displaying the workmanship and dedication they have in their work, but what about business industries? What benefits can they reap from image galleries when they don’t have artistic work to showcase?