The newest desinger and devleoper to join the Rainman team is Chris Garza, who comes to us all the way from Chicago. Chris takes on a hot topic in website design, how design impacts your company’s online potential.
Believe it, or not, the design and development of your website will affect all of your audience in one way or another. In a retail setting, nobody wants to walk into store that is completely unorganized, with aisles that are difficult to navigate and employees that ignore you. Customers want to be able to find what they are looking for fast, easy, and get great customer service while shopping.
Your website works the same way. A website with complicated navigation, poor visual appeal, and a lack of organization is more likely to detour users faster than sites that are easy to navigate and have a clean, enjoyable design. The easier you make it for the client or customer, the more they will want to do business with you and your company.
Your goal is to make your website inviting and welcome, having a cluttered and poorly designed website will only hurt your business and your image. Apple’s website is one of the best examples of this, their website has a great look and is extremely easy to navigate.
Look at your website as an employee that works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Most business owners would not hire an employee if they know the employee is not qualified and will hurt the image of their company. This works the same way with your website.
Take the time to think about what elements you want on your website. Look at websites that you enjoy and take notes on what elements you think make their website successful. Taking the time and money to produce a good website will insure you better success in the online market.
Not sure what you want on your site design-wise? Don’t worry, Rainman designers and devleopers are here to walk you through the process step by step. Give us a call today for your free website recommendation: 830.331.9995 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Fredericksburg Web Development, Hill Country Web Development, Rainey Threadgill, Rainman Web Development, Rainman.com, small business, Web Design, Web Development, Websites