Web Design: 4 Things that Really Matter

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As Steve Jobs famously said, “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”

Those words have never been more true.

As Albuquerque businesses compete to set themselves apart online, establishing an experience that meets people’s needs is paramount to success in the Digital Age. To make sure your web design doesn’t fall flat with today’s tech-savvy consumers, consider the following: 

    Cross Platform Design

    Just because your website looks good and functions well on a large desktop monitor does not mean it will function equally well on a mobile device or smaller screen. When developing your website, take the time to make sure it’s functional across all platforms to ensure a quality experience no matter how someone accesses your site.

    Highly-Focused Messaging

    Every page on your site should be designed to communicate one main message. Content and design must work together to guide people through your site to achieve one key goal. Highly-focused content not only creates a better experience for people visiting your site, but also helps the search engines better determine what each page on your site is all about so you have more ranking potential.

    Consistent Branding

    No matter what look you want to define your company, keep it consistent—throughout your website and all of your marketing materials. Regardless of the touch point, people should immediately know they’ve arrived at one of your properties.

    User-Friendly Navigation

    Make it easy for people to find the information they’re looking for on your site. If you don’t, they’ll find a site that does it better and do business with them.

Of course, elements of good web design still apply. But if you keep these four things in mind, you’ll be well on your way to establishing a strong website that provides users with a positive experience—which ultimately translates into more sales.

Contact SonicSEO.com today and find out how our Albuquerque website design services can help your business succeed!

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