Creating positive user experience online is based on your user’s perception of your website. However, it’s only natural for business owners, marketers, and website designers to question how we know whether we’re creating a better UX than we already have.
Here are three easy-to-understand ways to measure user experience…
Your site’s overall aesthetic can make a world of difference to each individual user’s resulting experience. Despite how many calls-to-action, banners and contact forms you have, visitors will rarely bother to invest their time if those cleverly engineered facets don’t look good.
If you haven’t noticed, we’ve been talking about user experience quite a bit lately. And by quite a bit, I mean all of our posts this month are about some aspect of user experience- but hey, it’s an important topic!
So, here are 13 overlooked elements of user experience…
Content is everywhere you look; it’s videos and blogs, website copy and images; it’s on your website and off, shared on social media and through email. Here are some tips on how you can provide a positive user experience with content strategy.
A couple weeks ago, I briefly reviewed what user experience is, why you should care about it, and how you know if your website offers great user experience. This week, I’m going to touch on how the design of your website directly affects user experience.
Turning a deaf ear to the human demands of your customers is a surefire way to ensure that they’ll find a competitor who is acknowledging and meeting those demands; a business who is treating them like the humans they are and showing them that as a business, they’re humans, too.
Here are some tips on how your business can cultivate supreme user and customer experiences with a human-like mentality.
Having a presence on social media is highly suggested, not only to synchronize your marketing efforts, but also to provide a seamless user experience for your website visitors, customers and potential customers.
How do you expand into the world of selling online? To help you decide amongst the varying platforms, we’ve dwindled it down to three credible and powerful self-hosted options: WordPress, Drupal and Magento. These big-hitters all have plus points and downsides – your final decision depends on the specific needs of your business.