Website Design Facts (Part-2)
When it comes to web design, the stakes have never been higher for professional firms. You don't want your website to be a hindrance to your business's growth and success when clients are few.
In 2015, Google declared that responsive and mobile-friendly websites will be given preference in search results. This is a truth that cannot be disregarded when falling out of the top three search results can result in a 90 percent decline in website visitors. According to a rigorous analysis conducted by Moovweb, 81 percent of the overall three search results were mobile-friendly. Make certain that your website is designed to fit mobile view.
Your website resembles a sports vehicle. It may seem nice on the outside, but the real performance is found beneath the hood. The underlying source code on your website can have an impact on your search results. To boost your search engine optimization ranks, you'll need a competent web developer to follow the coding best practices that search engines demand (SEO).
The ancient saying "the older, the better" does not apply to websites. According to a Stanford study, internet users give websites that are updated frequently and regularly more credibility. Businesses frequently make the mistake of spending in a website refresh every few years and then neglecting the site. To overcome the challenges, we advocate the new gold-standard approach of "growth-driven web design."
People in today's world do not linger. The same may be said of your website. You'll want to make sure it's built with the load speed in mind. Pictures, videos, and coding techniques can all slow down your website's load time. According to Adobe, if photos take too long to load, 39% of website visitors (potential clients!) will abandon the site.
According to a research published by the Society of Digital Agencies (SoDA), 77 percent of digital agencies evaluated their client's website user experience (UX) as a serious shortcoming, with website design being the most significant flaw noted.
As our 10 facts have shown, the tech world is always changing, and online credibility is hard to earn and easy to lose. Make sure your website is on par with the rest of your company.