Three things your website should do

By May 1, 2014 Blog No Comments
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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find myself having to find supporting arguments for the good advice we give to our clients. Here, Forbes has done the work for me.

1) Go mobile

More than ever before people are shopping/searching with mobile devices. If you don’t have a mobile optimised website you are missing an increasing share of potential customers. A mobile optimised site should at the very least be responsive and have the capabilities to take payment from mobile customers.

2) Keep it simple

Customers are time poor so cut the unnecessary hoo haa. Make sure that your product offering is clear and easy to find. There is nothing worse than a whole lot of flash and hoo haa getting in the way of a great product offering.

3) Tell a story

Wrap a story around it so it’s memorable. Do you or your existing customers have an interesting story about your product or service? Tell the world, make it interesting and fun. As Seth Godin says “all marketers are story tellers”. People are bombarded by 5000 advertisements per day so stand out from the crowd and engage your customer base.

Implement these three tips today and let us know how you went.

Read on for the Forbes Top 3 Web design trends for 2014. “Top Web Design Trends in 2014″

Dan Kuss

About Dan Kuss

Twenty years in the design industry can do one of two things – drive your love affair with all things design, or drive you nuts. We’re pretty sure Dan hasn’t gone nuts. What does drive him nuts is agency-centric solutions.

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