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Apr
9
4 Fundamentals of eCommerce Design
Posted by Laura Harvsey on 09 April 2019 10:00 AM

It’s likely that you have visited an eCommerce store in the past few months.

If we were to ask you to describe how it looked, could you? Probably not...

But if we asked you how it made you feel, it’s likely you could tell us if you trusted the site, if it looked visually appealing, whether or not it worked well on your mobile device, or if it was easy to navigate.

The way that an eCommerce store makes us feel is important. It’s usually the way that we feel about the store that impacts whether or not we spend our money there.

In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the basic building blocks that make an eCommerce store successful. We are going to look at the importance of trust, ease of navigation, visual appeal, and using the site on your mobile device.


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Apr
4

A great website is the perfect calling card for most businesses. Sometimes you have a site that serves purely as a digital business card. Sometimes it’s to generate leads. Of course, for eCommerce businesses, sometimes the site is your actual storefront.

At any rate, you usually start with a great design. A logo here, a carousel banner there, and then some concerted effort in writing the content. Once your site is ready, you might even decide to invest time and effort in drumming up traffic to your website.


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Mar
19
Best Website Usability Testing Tools to Improve Your Website
Posted by [email protected] (Gonzalo Gil) on 19 March 2019 10:00 AM

The meaning of the term “website usability” seems fittingly obvious just from its name. It is the measure of the ease with which people can use your website. Less obvious is how one goes about measuring it.

In this article we'll provide more information on website usability, including why it is important and how you can test your own website for it.

What is Usability Testing?

Usability testing entails testing a website for how easily it can be used. This can involve checking a wide range of different factors, including but not limited to your sitemap, graphics, metadata, code grammar, and content. All of this is used to measure certain elements that can affect user experience (see the section “What Website Elements Impact Usability?” below).


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Mar
12
10 eCommerce Web Design Trends to Look For in 2019
Posted by Jitin Mishra on 12 March 2019 10:00 AM

High quality web design is likely to attract more visitors and increase traffic to your website. For any website to be effective and successful, it is crucial to keep current with website designs and trends. A web page that looked modern and sleek in 2018 could be obsolete and outdated in 2019.

It is in this regard that web designers and eCommerce development companies are working round the clock to keep up with eCommerce web design trends in 2019.

Whether you own a small business or a large multi-international organization, it is of the paramount essence to keep up with these trends in order to keep the visitors landing on your webpage, staying there to browse, and hopefully making a purchase.

But how can you achieve the aforementioned scenario? It is important to realize that your web page should be as user-friendly as possible, easily navigable, and eye-catching.

Since there are many competing businesses in the free and open market structure, you should always ensure that your web design creates a lasting impression on the visitors who land on it and gives you an upper hand over all the other competing web pages.

Importantly, your webpage is what connects your customers to the type of product or service you offer online. To maximize the number of carts that convert to purchase, you have to seek web design services that are current and trending.

With that in mind, here are the top ten web design trends that you should be looking for in 2019.


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Mar
7
7 Web Design Strategies That Will Lead Your Marketing Business
Posted by Emily Bartels on 07 March 2019 11:00 AM

One key part of marketing these days is web design.

What are the best ways to really create the best site that you can? Which elements should you implement in order to engage the user?

Here are the top web design strategies that will take your marketing business to the next level.


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Feb
12
How to Make Your Website ADA Compliant
Posted by [email protected] (Gonzalo Gil) on 12 February 2019 11:00 AM

When you start an eCommerce business, no matter how obscure your niche may be, you are trying to attract as many potential customers as possible. If you already have your own online store, you may believe that you are already doing everything you can to accomplish this. You may be sending targeted email blasts, or promoting yourself on websites aimed at the same demographic.  If this is working for you, then excellent! Keep at it!

However, you just might be neglecting a significant portion of that target audience without realizing it. Many people with physical disabilities use the internet, and not every website is properly equipped to accommodate them.

They face barriers in operating a computer and surfing the net, barriers that able-bodied web developers and site owners might not think to address. These difficulties may be keeping your store out of their reach — as well as the reach of their money.

Thankfully, there are many ways that you can bring down these barriers and make your store available to people with disabilities. You can get a little help in this endeavor from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the primary organization that governs standards for the internet. They provide extensive guidelines, which the US Department of Justice regularly cites, that you can follow to augment your website for greater accessibility.

Here is some information on how to make your website compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


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