Web design trends 2016
Web design trends 2016THE web design environment is constantly changing. And if some affect this area only a little, others are destined to become "long-playing" trends and influence the web…

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Web design: fashion trends 2012
Web design: fashion trends 2012web design is developing every year, and 2012 has just come, too, brings its changes to the fashion trends of web design. Some trends have remained…

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Web site design: 5 secrets of success
Web site design: 5 secrets of uspihuu in most cases, the main task of business sites is to make sales: directly, if it is an online store, or indirectly-if it…

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How to make a page “Site for reconstruction”?

How to make a page “Site for reconstruction”?If the site needs to be closed for some time for users to access due to any work to change it, you usually have to create a special page “Site for reconstruction”, which warns visitors that the site is temporarily unavailable, and invites them to visit the site later. How to make such a page correctly, so as not to lose regular site visitors and not scare off new users?

The “Site under reconstruction” page is usually called a stub in the webmaster environment. Such a stub on the site is necessary in cases where changes that are implemented on the site, too deeply affect its structure or design, because during this period, the site simply can not be shown to users: the pages may “go” layout, content may be missing, and so on. Continue reading

Web design and increase your website’s conversion rate

Increasing site conversion is the dream of all commercial site owners to get a high conversion rate, because a good conversion means, first of all, good income. Unfortunately, right from the first days of creating a site, its conversion rate is never high, and therefore increasing the conversion rate of a site is a task that is relevant at any stage of its life cycle.

Site conversion is the ratio of the number of visitors who have made a certain target action on the site to the total number of visitors to this site. The easiest way to understand what conversion is is to use the example of an online store: the term “conversion” usually refers to the ratio of the number of purchases made to the total number of visits. Continue reading

Usability of the online store: what to check first?

Usability of the online store: what to check first?The conversion rate of an online store is influenced by a whole group of factors, among which one of the main ones can be called usability. Even when developing the issue of usability of an online store, you should pay close attention, and if the store is already working, you should definitely check its usability for compliance with some basic parameters.

When analyzing the usability of an online store, you usually need to carefully study a lot of different characteristics for each page, because there can be no small things in the matter of increasing the conversion rate. First of all, you should check for several standard pages — the catalog page, the product page, and the shopping cart page. Continue reading

Web design trends 2015
Trends in web design 2015plyva fashion subject to many areas of activity, including web design. And, for example, even before 2015, both web design specialists and potential site customers are…

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Improving the usability of the website: Google Maps with routes
Improving the usability of the site: Google Maps with the site's routsabiliti is a feature that shows how convenient it is for site visitors to perform targeted actions and interact…

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How to use favicon for your site effectively?
How to use favicon for your site effectively?The favicon of a site is an image of 16x16 or 32x32 Pixels. that is reflected along with the title of pages in…

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Slider for the site that chinnici scho uplyvayut on GNU usable
The sliders for the site and the factors affecting their usability Sliders for the site and factors that affect their usability on commercial sites, especially when it comes to online…

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