Posts by Hector Perez-Nieto

Design Guidelines for e-Commerce Product Search

Can you sell something that your customers can’t find ? Tips for e-commerce with the power of advanced search while preserving the clarity of simple search.

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Top Web Design Trends of 2014

2014 is here and we must evolve to the latest web design patterns used worldwide. Read about these trends and see some real-world examples.

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Web Design Deadly Sin # 7 – Choosing the Wrong Font

Form must follow function. And on websites this means readability. Poor choice of font in your web design will destroy your conversion rates and skyrocket bounce rates.

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Web Design Deadly Sin # 6 – Website Not Mobile-Friendly

These days, all websites need to be accessible on every type of screen including smartphones, tablets, and laptops. See our examples and usage statistics.

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Web Design Deadly Sin # 5 – Outdated Websites

Tracking website visitors, up-to-date content and a sound social media strategy are all part of an ongoing push to make yours a successful website.

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Web Design Deadly Sin # 4 – Difficult Navigation

One of the things that can ruin a website design is non-intuitive navigation. The last thing you want your visitor to be is confused as to where to go, or what to do next.

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Web Design Deadly Sin # 3 – Website too cluttered

A controversial aspect of website design is how much information to include? As a rule of thumb, a website should have as much as is needed, but not more.

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Web Design Deadly Sin #2 – No call to action

The best websites do a good job of clearly communicating their purpose. This means there is no doubt as to what is offered and how visitors can benefit.

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7 Deadly Sins of Web Design

In order to create a website that sells, informs, promotes and attracts maximum attention, you and your web designer should know the 7 deadly sins of web design, and avoid them at all costs.

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A picture, or a thousand words? – Seeing is believing (and buying)

How do you attract your web visitors' attention and get the to buy, when we know they will NOT read most of your content anyway? The answer is a clever use of imagery.

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