A website redesign is lot more than just giving it a “face lift”. When someone gets a face-lift the sole purpose for doing so is to look younger and better. A strategic redesign not only improves the look of your website, but also goes far beyond the surface, dealing with increasing the functionality and improving the overall structure of the website. You could have a great looking website but that doesn’t eliminate the need for a redesign.
If you have redesigned your website twelve months ago, but since then you have added more content and features cluttering the website, you may want to look at a strategic structural redesign. This redesign would primarily focus on the placement and structure in order to ensure your website is simple to navigate and that you can direct your end users to specific content before they lose interest. Click here to view few of our most recent strategic redesigns.
People are known to have a very low attention span; you only have seconds to impress your end user. Your website should allow them to make a decision to explore and go beyond the first page. The look of your website plays a very important role, but the interactive content that your website provides will keep them coming back for more and provide them with a reason to make a positive decision towards your product or services.
A website redesign is nice for getting a burst of clients coming to check out what’s new, but in order to keep potential prospects interested while visiting your website it takes a sound strategy to back up that design. Utilizing these ideas, a strategic redesign can make your website the most productive employee in your company.