This infographic deals with the cycle that the average business owner goes through before finally getting a site that not only looks good, but also works for the business. The cycle begins with a “Do It Yourself” site and moves up to a fully planned and functional website.
Web design covers many different skills and disciplines which are used in the creating and maintaining of the websites. Web graphic design, authoring, interface design, inclusion of standardized code and proprietary software, SEO and user experience design are the different areas of web design as you will see in this infographic by All WebDesign Info.
A good landing page can provide a great starting point in the process of generating leads from your website, but getting them to that place of perfection is easier said than done. This infographic, published by Pardot, provides a comprehensive guide to optimizing your landing pages for maximum effect.
Today’s world of web browsing is facilitated by lighting-speed data connectivity as well as speedy computer processing all of which allows people to gain access to information in milliseconds, that is until a slow web site brings the process to a grinding halt. And because of our impatience, a slow-loading web site often has us using the back button to escape and move on somewhere else.
Your website content, design and goals should be revisited on a regular basis in order to have the best success. Realigning your website to meet your ever changing online objectives and user needs is part of that success process. The following infographic provides 10 reasons to realign your sit along with some thought provoking questions to get you started.
Removing crawl errors and enhancing the crawl-ability of website, makes it easy for the robots to index and eventually resulting in better ranking. This infographic from SearchEnabler highlights the steps that are involved while search engines crawls a website and provides remedies to fix any crawl errors.
Do you want to build a website but had no clue as to where to begin? You may be among those who feel that website development is something that only ‘technical people’ do? A lot has changed in the wonderful world of website building since then. Building websites is now accessible to everybody regardless of technical ability. This infographic from BaseKit will guide you through the process.
This Infographic from from R.O.I Media examines the primary components of a good website design including the design itself, navigation, usability, content and so much more.