User experience is often conflated with user engagement. Here we examine the subtle differences between the two concepts.
Website Design & Development
User interface (UI) design is only one element of user experience (UX), though the two are commonly misconceived as the same thing.
Mobile or responsive: What’s the better approach for appealing to your mobile audience? There are certainly arguments in favor of both options, and no definitive right or wrong answer. It ultimately comes down to what your target audience needs in terms of a digital experience and the time and budget you can commit to the project.
The reason traffic in and of itself isn’t a sufficient measurement of performance is that traffic does not correlate directly with profit. Your website’s functionality is based not just on being seen, but being engaged with. A way to avoid this pratfall is to instead focus on actionable metrics.
From websites to cars, faster is typically better. However, there are a few basic reasons faster is more than desirable; it’s actually vital to your website’s success.
These days, a website is likely to be one of the first (if not the first) interactions potential customers have with a brand. And don’t we know how important first impressions are. It sets the foundation for future opinions, so it can make or break your chances of converting a visitor into a customer.
Within are 10 tips you should follow to create effective responsive design. Happy coding!
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Do you know what each of the HTTP response status codes mean? Looking for a reference guide to hang up next to your desk? Check out this infographic containing five classes of status codes by Kathryn Wheeler of our Inbound Marketing team.
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