10 Steps to Designing a Winning Website

High bounce rates, low conversion rates and less time spent on site are sure signs that your website is not working properly and it is time for a revamp. But how do you design a website that is attractive, innovative, and at the same time, effective and easy to use? AddPeople, one of the biggest Internet Marketing agencies in the UK, recently came out with this infographic, which tells you how exactly to do that.

From branding to content promotion, from trust indicators to calls-to-action, this brilliant infographic has answers to all your questions about designing a winning website for a small business.

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1 Comment

  1. Great information. Placing of right elements at right spots in a screen space is key to improve user experience. Responsive design is another important point. Identify key elements that need to be highlighted on a website and place them strategically on a site. Decide the preferences of elements considering its display on different devices. Clear, uncluttered navigation will help in improving usability of a website. Preferably using an enterprise web content management service (like WordPress, Sitefinity etc.) will allow you to look at various alternative designs and choose the best fit theme to move on with.

    Thanks for sharing this information.

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