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Internet users make up their minds about the quality of a website in the blink of an eye, a study shows*. Make your website impresive to look at and easy to get around. Making the journey simple is one key to success. You can make available as much wonderful information as you like but if it can't be readily found no action can be taken as a result. To create action - that's what your website is there for, to create activity for your business via visitor action. Help your visitors feel fluffy about you so they can take the necessary and all important action with no complication and unrivalled ease.
Stunning, unique and engaging graphics are key to tempting your visitor either to explore further or make that important call to action. Easy navigation, comprehensible yet innovative layout styles are all critical to encouraging further reading, trust in you and that vital next action - contact with you. A visitor focused experience is essential to ensuring the success of your site. Make the journey through your website comfortable, interesting, informative and complication free.
* Source: BBC News.
Usability refers to the overall ease by which a visitor can complete a task on your website. This might be a simple task like finding your contact details, or something more involved like retrieving a press release from your archives or more importantly making a decision to fill in a contact form ur pick up the phone to speak to you in person.
Web users are incrediblyfickle, and if your site is difficult to use they won't give it a second chance; they will move on somewhere else. We all know this beacuse we do it ourselves every day when searching for products and services that interest us. Be your own self analyst when it comes to your website, your window to teh world.
All our sites follow usability best practice at every stage.
Websites must be accessible to all, regardless of what type of computer or software the visitor is using. It is true that the majority of people use Internet Explorer on a PC, but a significant number choose other types of computer (like a Mac) or use internet browsing software like Firefox or Opera instead of Internet Explorer. If you already have a website can you be sure it works on all computer-software configurations?
Importantly, websites must be accessible to people with disabilities, who may not be able to see (or be partially-sighted), or they may not be able to use a mouse effectively. In fact, this is a legal requirement for many sites. Just as buildings have to be adapted for wheelchair access, websites must be built to co-operate with screen-reading software.
All our sites can be accessed by PC and Mac computers running any of the popular internet browsers, and are accessible to people with disabilities.
Given our track record, we’re sure we can help most companies, be it with web design, marketing or SEO so please fill in the form or call us on 01892 654154 to discuss your requirements.
We can often give you a guide price over the phone, so if you’d prefer a quick chat, we’re happy to talk.