Every business owner asks the question: “What makes a business website good?” – and the answer is different for every business. What may have worked for you in 2010, 2011 or even 6 months ago may not work now. We’re on the verge of the post-PC era, with users accessing our websites on a myriad of devices; your website has to be smart, fast, and communicate across each and every one. You have to build anticipation with your audience, making them interested in what you have to offer – while keeping them happy enough to keep coming back for more.
Have you ever been to a site on both your phone and your computer or tablet? Responsive web design allows the user to get a great, uniform experience across a variety of devices; this is exactly why you need us as your Florida web design team. We’ll be able to help you communicate across a variety of devices, helping your business reach the people that matter most.
Did you know that over half of users will hit the back button if a page doesn’t load within 3 seconds? With fast internet connections and fast fingers, users don’t want to deal with a website that takes too long to load. If you want to be able to bring your business to the next level and surpass your competitors, you’re going to have to have a clean, fast loading website every time on every device.
Designing for emotional impact will help you entice users, get them to trust you and help you retain business. It’s easy to get a onetime customer, but the return customers are the ones that are going to help you thrive – both online and offline. You want to use dynamic graphics that communicate who you are as a business, the problems you can help them solve. Specific fonts and colors that people associate with your business type will help people trust you, and happy customers always return for more business!
You need professional Florida web design if you want to survive in today’s competitive online market. With the rise of mobile devices and local search, more and more people are reaching for their phones for help. When they search for you, what will they find? A fast, responsive website that pulls them in, or a slow and outdated website that turns them off?