The ongoing trend in web design is to be visual. People are drawn to website imagery, infographics, and photo galleries. After all, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” right?
While many website owners worry about their ranking in traditional search results, Google Image Search (and other image-based search engines) is a valuable source of traffic to your website. But, similar to ranking well in Google’s traditional search, your images must be optimized to gain this extra traffic.
When adding images to your website, you can take a few extra steps to make great strides in ranking in Google Images. Continue reading “Optimize Your Website Images for Google” »
A beautifully designed home page is the foundation for the success of a website but there are some key elements that will help your visitor’s experience — ultimately leading to better home page performance. Here is a brief checklist to consider. Continue reading “5 Key Elements For Every Home Page” »
If you’re planning to establish a mobile presence for your business, you will first need to decide whether you want to create a mobile application for users to download (app) or a mobile website. There are key differences. Determining which is most suited to your needs depends on your intended purpose and required features. Continue reading “Mobile App or Mobile Website? How Do I Choose?” »
Smashing Magazine recently published 10 useful usability findings and guidelines that may help you improve the user experience on your website. Check it out at http://uxdesign.smashingmagazine.com/2009/09/24/10-useful-usability-findings-and-guidelines/.