Website Must-Haves #10: Flash and Animation - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #10: Flash and Animation

Design Angler - Friday, September 23, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
Flash animation can grab someone’s attention, yes, but it can also distract people from saying yes to your site. Not only are mobile applications lacking the capability to view flash animation but many people simply don’t want to be bothered with unexpected noises and animations. Google has disabled...

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Website Must-Haves #9: Navigation - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #9: Navigation

Design Angler - Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
Perhaps one of the biggest factors to keep visitors on your website is having a good, solid navigation system that supports all search preferences. In fact, more than three-quarters of survey respondents from a recent HubSpot study say that the most important factor...

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Website Must-Haves #8: Using the Right Images - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #8: Using the Right Images

Design Angler - Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
Images can be a powerful element to any website but you need to use them wisely. For example, consider stock photography. Stock images are seen everywhere because they are easily accessible and inexpensive. But are they good to use? Marketing Experiments performed a test comparing the use of...

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Website Must-Haves #7: Maintain Consistency - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #7: Maintain Consistency

Design Angler - Monday, September 12, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
People are creature of habits, and a certain rhythm increases efficiency. Therefore, it’s best to keep the design elements of your site fairly consistent from page-to-page. These elements include colors, sizes, text hierarchy, layout and placement. Good use of these elements helps your...

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Website Must-Haves #6: First Impression - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #6: First Impression

Design Angler - Wednesday, September 07, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
After generating some good traffic, your next focus is getting that traffic to stay on your website. Most websites have a 30-60% bounce rate on average. This means a large percentage of web traffic entering your website leaves without navigating to any other...

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