Just like us, the Internet has gone through some phases as its grown up. From its very basic and primitive beginnings in the mid 90s, to its rebellious phase in the 2000’s and its precocious phase in 2010 to its much more stable and appropriate self today, we’re able to reflect upon how technology has enabled websites to be customized to suit any need and aesthetic.
Reflect upon the growth of mobile device use over the last ten years. In 2008, iPhones were merely a year old and releasing their iPhone 3G. Facebook had just experienced it’s initial boost in usership (100 million users). Snapchat, Instagram and Pinterest had yet to be conceived.
Everyone needs a fresh start now and then. Even your eCommerce site, no matter how convenient and functional, could probably use a little revitalizing. Whether it’s applying a fresh coat of virtual paint, or expanding functionality for your customers’ convenience, here are a few ideas for sprucing up your eCommerce site without springing for a complete redesign.
Good communications and sharing of information are essential in all spheres. Communication can determine the success of any software design and development activity. This, of course, includes web and app design and development.
Prototyping offers one of the best means of communication these days. Prototyping tools are popular among project team members and other project stakeholders. Yet, it still takes quality prototyping tools to help create prototypes that can get the job done.
Prototypes and wireframes demonstrate how software products are supposed to function. Wireframes focus on a software system’s functionality and interactivity.
You know the drill. You’ve got a deadline looming just around the corner, or you’re running out of the budget. The solution? You’ve got to work that much harder to finish the project before the allotted time or money runs out.
You’ll succeed as always, but sometimes at a cost. The end product might be not quite what you envisioned. Or, you’ve had to compromise on the visual appeal of your website or its functionality. While your client may be satisfied with the outcome, he or she isn’t exactly thrilled.
Magic wands are hard to come by. You don’t particularly want to sell your soul to the devil to avoid these situations.
Fortunately, there’s a solution that’s so simple it’s almost laughable. That solution involves pre-built websites that come pre-packed with excellent UX. They also follow recent design trends and adhere to specific industry standards.
Interested? Read on.
We’ve learned that the first things that a potential client sees when viewing your company or business, is the logo. But what happens when the logo works, and they feel compelled to visit your website in order to learn more about you and your company? The first and foremost important is your web design, but the homepage of your website is what they see first, and whether they decide to navigate and spend any time learning about you is based on how much they like the home page design, and how user-friendly it is. Today, we will discover 10 home page designs that pull clients in.