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Bringing your Website to life




The design of your website can either make or break the business you are trying to deliver. It actually makes a difference on how your target audience views your business or company and potentially turn them into your customers.


As such, developing a website design that has an impressive user interface will result in a much better conversion rate, which leads to better business and revenue. When it comes to highlighting your online presence, there are several things that you need to put into great consideration.


Express your Purposes


Kick-off a brainstorming meeting between the Marketing, Management & HR teams to discuss in detail what you want your internal as well as external stakeholders to perceive you/your brand/business online. ‘What is the message or brand personality you want to portray?’ List an intention for what your website will be and what it will accomplish. Your website is an asset to your overall business and should fit into your overall business goals.  Consider what information you want your visitors to find, and what actions you want them to take. How will your visitors reach your intended goal by using your website? This should be kept in mind once you set your goal, and as you continue to design and develop the entirety of your new website.  If you already have a website and need refreshment then you need to run an audit of your existing site. This will allow you to gain a better understanding of what is working well and what is not. Further, determine the value of pages and how they are built by allowing you to analyze how each page is being used and how critical each page is. Review exactly how your wireframe is set, what pages are driving the most traffic, and which targeted keywords can improve your search rankings. This will lead you to make informed decisions/change suggestions to your agency when it comes to building your new website.


Focus on User Experience


Understand the visitors and the overall user experience you would like to give them. This is a critical step in the process because creating an effective buyer’s or client’s journey will determine whether or not you reach your goal. Identify your primary and secondary customers. What are their needs? Why would they be on your website? What will get them to convert? Perhaps you have several users on your website. Create a path for each visitor and define a flow that prevents redundant pages.  Your brand is what sets you apart from your competitors, maintain it with all visual integrity. It is very important for your target market to recognise your business brand in all types of mediums. These also include the choice of font and other typographic details. Such aspects of web design should go along together to deliver an accurate message to the audience. In most cases, readers tend to remember the message when it is concise and something that the readers can identify with. Add breathing space. There should be comfort in reading your visitor to perceive.


Build a solid Architecture


A solid foundation always helps, in the long run, consider the architecture of your website in the same light. A well-structured wireframe will define the correlation between all areas and pages on a website. Taking into consideration how your website visitors will navigate their way from page to page. To achieve the goal that you set previously - decide what is the most compatible technological environment to build your website around. The software and the language you choose will be a factor that will decide the flexibility you get. Gain a full perspective of what makes the most sense as your customers make their way through your website. Simple yet intuitive navigation that can make visitors come back for more.


Define the Page & Content Relationships


The final step is just as crucial as each step that was previously stated. The flow of your website defines the page and the content that should be included on your website. You will rank well with search engines your website is well organised and does not contain duplicate content. Both user experience and search engine accessibility play a critical role in developing a successful website. Creating a website sitemap is the same as having a floor plan before building a home. One must know how everything will fit into place in order to prevent it from falling down around then.

In this digital age, a website is of the utmost importance even for the SME to become more accessible for its customers. Business/Brand owners are able to create a user-friendly and welcoming online environment where patrons can access useful information at any time of the day. A well-managed website, many a time builds a sense of trust and confidence in your visitor’s psyche. And when your visitors trust you, they won’t have second thoughts in getting your products and services.


If you are looking for the development of your website or even refreshment, we will be happy to get on board with you and help you get to the goal that you want to achieve. You can get in touch with us on Whatsapp.


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