Practical advice to help you plan and maintain your website
Brutality in webdesign
How to search when you don’t know the keyword
There will always be someone who can do it cheaper
There are several aspects to consider when budgeting for a website. The price is determined by functionality, amount and type of content, website design, website accessibility, and more.
Decorative images or unnecessary fluff?
A fantastic photo makes any website look great. However, web designers often overuse large pictures to the point that they obscure access to information and turn into unnecessary fluff.
Why a website needs a HOME button
Does GDPR affect companies in Canada?
If your website visitors come from the European Union and you collect their personal information, then the answer is YES, GDPR applies to you.
Deviations from conventional designs can frustrate visitors
People have expectations of how websites work based on previous experiences. Any deviationfrom conventional practices may frustrate website visitors and negatively impact their view of your brand.
Does you website have the Trust Factor?
Trust Factor turn visits into sales. Many companies spend a significant amount of money increasing their website traffic believing that more will lead to more sales.
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Five levels of the Pyramid of Trust
What makes a visitor pick up the phone and call a company or reach for their wallet and buy from their website? TRUST. Websites must meet users’ basic trust needs.
Technical accessibility doesn’t guarantee usable accessibility
Applying accessibility techniques to an unusable site is like putting lipstick on a pig. No matter how much lipstick you apply, it will always be a pig.