Outdated Website? Time to Redesign
Our website redesign services aren’t just about making your website look pretty. Your website needs to function well, provide a great user experience, be optimised for search engines and maximise your return on investment.
Mobile First Design
Consumers now have a mini computer in their pocket in the form of a smartphone.
Mobile-friendly website design is no longer an option, it is a necessity.
If your website is not optimised for mobile you are sure to be losing business.
You have seconds to capture your audience’s attention. In 2024, human attention spans are less than 5 seconds.
Could you imagine staring at your mobile phone for more than 5 seconds waiting for a page to load?
You’re not likely to, and neither are your customers.
UI and UX
UI is your website’s user interface (ie, how it looks and feels for the user) and UX is user experience.
Ask yourself, what do your customers want from your website?
Is it simple, easy to use and helps them get what they want?
How We Can Help With a Website Redesign
Your online presence is one of your most essential tools to get in touch with customers, build trustworthiness and encourage more business.
When was the last time your website was updated or redesigned? If your website is 3-5 years old (or older), you may want to consider a redesign.
Like all other things digital, trends and user expectations are continuously changing. Your site is the gateway to your company, and impressions matter to your customers and your competition.
It’s essential to understand and acknowledge your website’s critical role in your customer acquisition efforts and the total impact on sales and revenue.
To be taken seriously and to be considered a professional, trustworthy service, your website must represent a strong image that portrays your company accurately and outlines your brand’s basis.
A stronger brand image can take small businesses and entrepreneurs and make them stick out amongst their larger rivals, leveling the playing field.
With style trends altering every few years, a three or four-year-old website can quickly appear dated.
The most recent design patterns now require a flat design using basic two-dimensional ways with a clean, contemporary look.
Websites are now taking a straightforward, minimalistic approach to style. With mobile use outweighing desktop computers, it is essential to redesign a website in 2024 with mobile usage in mind.
How frequently should you upgrade your site?
Upgrade your site now if it isn’t responsive on mobile phones.
If it is, we suggest evaluating your site every three years or so and consider a redesign.
If it’s five years or older, it highly likely needs a redesign.
When reviewing your website, ask yourself if it is still doing its job of helping you gain trust, convert prospects and credibly present your company. If you are in any way unsure, a website redesign may be the solution.