Popups are an incredibly effective way to boost conversion and customer retention on your ecommerce website. According to Conversific.com 30% of the Top 1000 US ecommerce sites use popups – 22% are using entry popups, 14% are using exit popups, and 6% are using both!
If you aren’t using popups on your ecommerce site, you’re missing an opportunity. For ecommerce sites that use popups, designing popups your customers will love can help you increase your conversion rate.
These 5 tips will help you design popups that convert more visitors without annoying repeat buyers and new customers.
There has been a long-standing debate about whether or not the colors and design elements you use affect your websites conversions. There have been many studies done that have actually proven that there are changes that you can make on your website that will result in an increase in conversions. In fact, design element changes can influence conversions as well as other factors such as website usability, branding, and even search engine ranking. The key to improving all of these factors lies with testing different colors and design elements to see which ones work best with your website and your website’s visitors. Read More
Creation of e-commerce websites have been a new trend and demand for selling every possible goods online. Nevertheless, very few among these have the time and resources to build websites ground-up using the more basic coding techniques. So, people naturally use the third-party plug-ins that hastens the entire coding process. Joomla is one among the most used third-party plug-ins that creates some great websites at the trouble of working less than half the difficulty compared to the standard coding languages.
So, a step by step guide in such a process would be great to start working with. Here are the 5 major points which when followed, can create an amazing e-commerce application just as you want. Read More
One look at any of these 20 examples of bad design would lead you to believe that good web design isn’t as ubiquitous as it’s meant to be.
With 2014 fast giving way to another year, you’d think that such examples shouldn’t even be present.
But, they do.
Of course, there are beautiful designs out there. And that’s those websites are built for, to exude beauty. If that was the goal, it’s deemed accomplished.
But what if both the good and the bad designs are missing the mark completely? What if, and we pray not, design isn’t even addressing the main problem it needs to solve?
What if design is like makeup? What if design is just cosmetic? What if looks don’t matter? What if your goals were to convert arriving website visitors into long-term customers at maximum?
If there are multiple audience types such as casual visitors, serious customers looking for solutions, and then variations within each audience cluster such as gender, demographics, age, and other factors?
How do you design websites that suit the audience you are looking to target? Again, while every website is built for conversions of one type or the other, how do you gear up for such a challenge?
Underwater Photography can be fascinating, and a very expensive affair as well. For enthusiasts, few articles talk about how one can reduce costs when dabbling in an activity as rewarding (and at times, frustrating!) as photographing under water. Most will resources over the web will tell you which camera and housing to choose and stop at that.
A complex yet accessible activity, it can demand a great level of investment. However, if you’re looking at cutting costs and making it a relatively cheater act, here’s how you could go ahead with it:
In a world saturated with cheap online business cards, how can you make yours more interesting? Add a touch of colour to the edges. By simply adding a coloured edge to your business card, you can turn the ordinary into something striking and worth holding on to.
There are a lot of online printers that will charge you the earth to add colour edges by bonding a coloured sheet into the middle of two white sheets which are then printed and trimmed to size. This in some cases can cost the high hundreds ££!
Thankfully, with a little imagination and 30 minutes of your time, there is a far cheaper way! Just edge paint them. Edge painting is not only cheap, it also produces a bolder coloured edge!
If you run a web design company of your own or you are a freelance web designer with handful of regular customers, chances are you might be aware of what Reseller Hosting is and how it can add to growth of your business.
For those who aren’t well versed with it, what exactly is Reseller Hosting?
In Web Hosting terminologies, Reseller Hosting is a type of web hosting service wherein the ‘reseller’ or the account owner breaks up the hosting account into multiple small parts and allocates or ‘sells’ these to his end user customers at a profit. For the end user customers, the reseller acts as a hosting provider as the service including name-servers and control panel can be white labeled and then sold. Read More
Responsive vs adaptive- it’s a frequent point of confusion that most of the people encounter whenever exposed with web designing concepts and terminologies. Most of the people use both of the terms interchangeably, despite of the fact that they are completely different from each other. While both of the terms have similar goals, but with different approaches. Therefore, it is important for you to understand some point of the differences between the two to help you make an informed choice in your web designing endeavor.
In this guide, we will walk you through each and every detail of both of the platforms, as well what they can and cannot do. The comparison between responsive and adaptive web design includes all the fact with respect to how to deal with them and thus help you predict what lies ahead and make it.
For most people, the first contact they have with a brand and its products and services is through a website. This is the reason why every business needs a well-designed, conversion-friendly site. Such sites can help them stand out from crowd and prove to be revenue boosters.
Quite a few people think a successful website is one that looks visually appealing, but a website that looks nice is only a part of the equation. There are many other factors and design elements essential to make an effective website.
Haven’t we all come across a site that is gorgeously designed but lacks a thing or two? At the same time, we do come across some sites that are just plain looking but attract huge amounts of traffic because of their flow, content quality, loading speed and the way they are organized. This goes to show visuals are not everything.
To design an effective website, there are some truly basic things that every designer should know. There are tons of articles on the Internet that can help even an amateur designer create an effective website. Most of these articles put great stress on certain important design elements; unfortunately many designers forget about these elements or make mistakes while implementing them.
Let us look at things that are generally ignored by web designers while designing a site:
1. Web Design That Doesn’t Fit Business Objective or Target Audience
Every business website is designed to achieve some specific goal. It is crucial that a website is designed in such a way that it support’s a company’s business and marketing objectives. The design should not be distracting and the content should deliver the right message to your customers. A web designer must design a site that caters to the needs of the client as well as the target audience.