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 relevant for several years.
For example, large typography, moderate textures, social integration, large background images, three-dimensional effects, and many other fashion trends in web design 2011 moved to the new year almost unchanged. But a number of new products appeared only recently and continues to gain popularity. Continue reading
Conversion of an online store for any online store, the conversion rate is an important indicator of its performance. Conversion of an online store is the number of purchases made by its visitors, and its level shows the ratio of the number of online store visitors who made a purchase to the total number of visitors for a certain period of time. The higher the conversion rate of an online store, the higher its effectiveness is evaluated.
The conversion of an online store is influenced by many factors, not the least of which is the level of usability. If it is convenient for visitors to use the online store, then the probability of successful purchases increases. If the level of usability is low, then visitors who want to buy something can “drop out” from the first minutes of the visit to the online store. Continue reading
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