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Using Persuasive Web Design to Increase Conversion Rates

By blog, Design Links, Web Design

People have this mindset that effective web design is all about the visual when it should also be about the usability and function of the site. Although the visual appeal is equally important, web design should also factor in good user experience (UX). Both factors – form and function – composed a persuasive web design. Integrating the concept of persuasiveness…

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SEO and Web Design Balance: 8 Things to Consider

By blog, SEO, Web Design

Search engine optimization (SEO) and web design are two distinctly different aspects of digital marketing. They exist in silos. Unfortunately, not all web designers understand that the visual aspects of a website also affects how it performs, traffic and ranking-wise. Whether it will be displayed on search engine results pages (SERPs) will depend on several factors, although the starting point…

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7 Principles of Persuasive Web Design Every Designer Needs to Know

By blog, Design Links, Web Design

In the absence of words, how can you persuade a person using only illustrations or objects? Persuasive design is the answer, getting people to act on what they’ve seen without using any words. People prefer the defaults, which explains the acceptable social behaviors, for example. People would conform to behaviors that resonate their values. That’s why. Defaults are considered as…

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Mobile SEO Factors

By AMP, blog, mobile-related, SEO

The use of mobile devices grows steadily over the years. Businesses, online and offline, continually realize the value of this ongoing trend. How mobility influences both–brands and users–would only expand further. Also, in this digital age wherein the numbers of mobile devices surpass the numbers of desktops, it is irresponsible to deliberate ignore mobile optimization or simply, mobile SEO. Mobile…

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7 Design Hacks to Keep Your Visitors on Your Website Longer

By Uncategorized, Web Design One Comment

Last 2015, Microsoft Corp. did a research and surveyed 2,000 Canadian participants. Using high technology particularly electroencephalograms (EEGs) to study brain activities, they found out that from the average attention span of 12 seconds from the year 2000, it is now as low as eight seconds. Goldfish even have a longer attention span, which is nine seconds, compared to humans….

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