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  1. When you’re on the process of designing and redesigning your website, it’s easy to be caught up with the entire process especially when it comes to the aesthetics. In this post, we’ve put on together some practical guidelines that you should follow on your next website design project:.
    http://www.adotas.com/2019/02/7-guidelines-extraordinary-web-design-usability-user-experience/
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  2. Your website’s appearance can make or break a transaction. If it isn’t attractive, up-to-date or user-friendly, consumers will be quick to look elsewhere. You need your site to both make a great impression on potential customers and provide an easy and satisfying user experience (UX).

    Modern websites can feature a lot of flashy visual features designed to dazzle visitors. While it may be tempting to implement a slew of these “bells and whistles,” these extraneous features may intimidate consumers or make it difficult for them to navigate your site. Below, 13 Forbes Technology Council members list some website features they recommend companies avoid.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/01/28/web-design-donts-13-website-features-that-can-ruin-the-user-experience/
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  3. You probably don’t notice intuitive web design, but you do notice bad design. People such as Charles Novabos, who works with Pramerica, are essential to ensuring a seamless online experience.

    While bad website design sticks out like a sore thumb, good website design should be imperceptible. You mightn’t even notice when a page is well integrated across your devices or is designed intuitively – you’ll be too busy breezing through the site with ease.

    Ensuring websites are seamless to navigate, however, is a far from easy task. That’s why companies such as Pramerica need user experience (UX) researchers such as Charles Novabos. We caught up with Novabos to see what his working day entails.
    https://www.siliconrepublic.com/people/pramerica-charles-novabos-ux-design/
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  4. Your website’s appearance can make or break a transaction. If it isn’t attractive, up-to-date or user-friendly, consumers will be quick to look elsewhere. You need your site to both make a great impression on potential customers and provide an easy and satisfying user experience (UX).

    Modern websites can feature a lot of flashy visual features designed to dazzle visitors. While it may be tempting to implement a slew of these “bells and whistles,” these extraneous features may intimidate consumers or make it difficult for them to navigate your site. Below, 13 Forbes Technology Council members list some website features they recommend companies avoid.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/01/28/web-design-donts-13-website-features-that-can-ruin-the-user-experience/#6f20eab57679/
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  5. The holiday season is in full swing. And while most ecommerce businesses have been preparing for this for months already, we can’t help but notice that many of these same businesses are missing one important element in their strategies. Sure, they’ve optimised their mobile apps, set up various discounts and promotions to reel customers in, and updated their merchandising strategies…But what about the customers? How are they experiencing the holiday rush? Are there certain funnels in which they’re struggling?
    https://mopinion.com/tis-the-season-for-customer-feedback-heres-why/
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  6. Your site can always have a better user experience. It’s obvious that the users of your website are the most important audience online, but when do you know if you should improve, and what are some quick improvements that you can make?

    Your site can always offer a better user experience. It’s better to focus on sitewide improvements like site speed, maintaining a responsive site, and keeping design clean first. Once you are ready to look at individual pages, exploring the places users leave your site is a fantastic start.

    Ideally you should care about your user experience all the time. However, there are certain times that it is especially necessary to pay attention to your user’s onsite behavior and experience. When you start to see user attrition in certain areas of your site, a high bounce rate, or overall traffic loss, it’s time to get to work and start breaking down reasons that people are fleeing from your site.
    http://www.econtentmag.com/Articles/Editorial/Industry-Insights/Improve-Your-Site-UX-With-These-Tips-127053.htm/
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  7. Even though many businesses understand the importance of going digital and get their websites, they seldom consider its user-friendliness. In fact, great UI/UX can bring in more web traffic than you think. They help boost the SEO rank and bring back customers to the website more often.

    Along with user-friendliness, mobile-friendliness is also important. Responsive websites are a must these days because people use mobiles and smaller, smarter devices to browse through websites.

    Desktops have become almost extinct and laptops are now endangered! Mobiles and other smart devices have taken their place. They are more convenient to use and easier to carry. But ensuring user-friendliness on a mobile is just as important. Here are 11 interesting tips to make a mobile responsive web design.
    https://dzone.com/articles/11-unique-tips-to-create-a-user-friendly-mobile-re-1/
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  8. Creating a functional professional website is crucial in the digital age. Studies show that 70 percent of consumers research brands online before making a purchase – and the key to transforming that research into conversions is through a strong user experience online.
    https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/minimal-website-interfaces-shown-to-drastically-improve-user-experience-increase-time-on-site-1027448082/
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  9. "Are you someone who is facing the same issue with your website?
    Are you frustrated with not able to increase your conversion rate?

    Then, don’t worry. Just sit back and relax for a while, as we provide you with 8 creative web design tips which will surely help you to boost your conversion rate.

    So, let’s get the things underway and analyze each tip one-by-one."
    http://customerthink.com/8-creative-web-design-tips-to-boost-your-conversion-rate/
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  10. When it comes to the IT industry, today several products are there in the marketplace for the buyers from this industry. With millions of products, some of which even have almost similar functions, it is quite a challenge for a business to stand out amidst stiff competition. When it comes to selling software products or web-based applications, one thing that can make an application unique and that is a seamless user interface or UI Design, in short. User interface design is an approach to provide more interactivity, user-friendliness, and satisfaction to the end users. Good UI and UX design have a high impact on business revenue generation and conversion rate.
    https://www.promotionworld.com/se/articles/article/180720-essence-seamless-ux-web-design-ecommerce-stores-mobile-apps/
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