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If an organization’s goal is for people to inquire, then its website’s contact page is among its most critical assets. No matter what the organization promotes, the contact (or sign-up) page is the last step in the sales pitch. This …
Website conversion rate is a key marker of your site’s success. Apart from other statistic data, conversion shows the actual numbers of visitors who not only
Last week I offered free conversion rate optimization advice on a popular forum (known as Hacker News). Within a single day I got 50+ requests
Which is better for users, a top or left navigation? Web designers have debated this issue for a long time. Many have drawn their own conclusions.
Once you’ve built or designed a website, it’s absolutely vital that you perform some degree of usability testing to ensure that it’s functioning as it should.
For your design enhancement related needs, we’ve made a compilation of free web icon sets containing all of the basic foundation icons needed for almost any
As the next part of our Web Design Layouts series, today we’re going to examine the “F Pattern Layout”; Rather than trying to force the viewer’s visual flow,
A good friend of mine is moving into a new apartment after being away from the area for a few years. Needing quite a bit of furniture
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What People See Before They Buy: Design Guidelines For E-Commerce Product Pages With Eyetracking Data
I carried out a series of eye tracking studies at cxpartners to look into what shoppers need and prefer to see on a product page to help